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Justin Trudeau Congratulated New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern On Her Landslide Election Win

Trudeau said Canada and New Zealand have a strong friendship.
Justin Trudeau's Jacinda Ardern Congratulation Comes After She Got Re-Elected

Keeping the friendship strong! Justin Trudeau's congratulatory message to  Jacinda Ardern comes as the New Zealand prime minister got a second term in office with a landslide election win.

Following Ardern's win where her party got 49% of the vote, Trudeau tweeted out his congratulations.

He said that he's looking forward to working with her again whether they're fighting climate change, empowering women and girls or making sure a COVID-19 vaccine gets distributed fairly.

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I look forward to continuing our work together — and keeping the Canada-New Zealand friendship strong.

Justin Trudeau

Trudeau also said he's ready for them to keep the friendship going between Canada and New Zealand strong.

In a statement, the prime minister noted that the friendship is built on common priorities, close people-to-people ties and shared values.

He complimented the newly re-elected leader and said "her dedication and determination has helped advance" important issues.

Trudeau and Ardern met over Skype back when she was first elected in 2017 and then in-person in 2018.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has revealed that existing travel restrictions in Canada could become even stricter.

Speaking during a press conference on April 20, he confirmed that officials are considering how the rules could be updated to ensure that COVID-19 cases from abroad don’t come into Canada.

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George Floyd’s Death Was A ‘Real Wake Up Call’ About Systemic Racism Says Trudeau

"Make no mistake, systemic racism and anti-Black racism still exist."

Justin Trudeau has responded to the guilty verdict against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who killed George Floyd in May 2020.

On April 20, 2021, a jury found Chauvin guilty on all three charges against him, including second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.

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Jagmeet Singh Wants Trudeau To Declare A Federal Emergency ASAP To 'Help Ontario'

He wrote a letter to the PM about the situation.👇📝

As the number of cases of COVID-19 in Ontario continues to increase rapidly, Jagmeet Singh has called on Justin Trudeau to consider using the Federal Emergencies Act.

In a letter shared via Twitter, the NDP leader urged the PM to consider declaring a federal emergency in Canada, which would allow the government to issue orders and reallocate funding quickly following a Parliamentary review.

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Justin Trudeau Says He's Put 'Everything On The Table' For Federal Help In Ontario (VIDEO)

The PM has reached out to other Premiers to see what they can do to help out.

Things are getting bad enough in Ontario and Toronto that Justin Trudeau is sending us encouraging videos to comfort us.

In a video posted on Sunday, April 18, the prime minister urged Ontarians not to "give up" and laid out the ways the federal government and other provinces are helping Ontario deal with its third wave.

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