On the last day of 2020, Justin Trudeau shared a message to Canadians and he was so pumped when talking about the new year.
At the beginning of the video, he said "at long last, happy New Year" and punctuated every word of the greeting with a dramatic pause.
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I wanted to take a moment this holiday season to thank our front line workers. It’s been a tough year, I know, and… https://t.co/HFHbxcN30c— Justin Trudeau (@Justin Trudeau)1609436178.0
He then noted that as we move into 2021, a year of "possibilities and optimism," we have to reflect on the last 12 months we just went through.
"What a year it has been," he said.
Trudeau talked about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic across Canada and how everyone has been impacted.
He also thanked those on the frontline like healthcare workers, grocery store workers, teachers, farmers, volunteers and members of the armed forces.
They are "everyday heroes" according to the prime minister.