He even went as far as to say that the province is "led by a white supremacist government."
During a conference with Quebec Premier François Legault on March 22, Trudeau responded by saying, “As a Quebecer, I'm always sorry when people try to propagate shock statements to irritate, to have a bit of publicity."
"We will always defend freedom of expression. But that's enough Quebec-bashing," the PM added.
In a statement, Ottawa University said the professor “does not speak on behalf of the University, nor has he made any claim to do so.”
The "Florida of Canada"
It’s not the first time a U.S. comparison like this has been made on Twitter.
"We have committed to donating excess doses," Anand responded, before adding that Justin Trudeau and Health Minister Patty Hajdu had spoken on the issue previously.
She said Canada's leading officials are "on the same page in terms of the need to donate excess doses that Canadians aren't using," adding that the feds are "thinking of all of the options relating to any excess doses."