Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wishes his New Year that the extraordinary strength, determination and compassion we saw last year will continue to inspire and guide Canadians in 2022.
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“In 2021, the pandemic will continue to have a significant impact on our lives. We all had to make sacrifices to protect each other. We have lost loved ones and members of our communities and many people across the country have lost their homes or their livelihoods due to extreme weather conditions, ”said Justin Trudeau, highlighting the efforts of Canadians in the campaign to vaccinate against COVID-19, which remains the nation’s best defense against new variants. .
The year 2021 will be a very difficult one for the indigenous people who have seen the reopening of many wounds with “finding anonymous graves and cemeteries near former residential schools”, the Prime Minister said. “We must continue to uncover these truths, support the healing process that leads to reconciliation and work together to eliminate the injustices faced by many local people,” he pledged to continue his government. Her efforts to resolve the legacy were also on the Indigenous women who were missing and murdered along with the tragedy.
“On behalf of our family, Sophie and I wish you a wonderful evening and a Happy New Year,” Mr. Trudeau concluded.