It's been a year since Justin Trudeau said it would take a least a year for life to return to normal in Canada.
On April 9, 2020, Trudeau said that "normality, as it was before, will not come back full-on until we get a vaccine."
Speaking in French, he had mentioned that getting back to normal depended on vaccines, which were expected to take at least a year if not more to roll out.
Trudeau also said at the time that Canadians would have to stay vigilant for the coming year.
Now a year later, vaccine doses are being administered but the country is still dealing with COVID-19, which has caused Ontario to enter a shutdown and stay-at-home order and Alberta to move back into Step 1 of its reopening plan.