(Ottawa) Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will hold another teleconference with regional and regional premiers next week to discuss government efforts to mitigate the health, economic and social consequences of the Omicron variant.
This was stated in a press release issued by the Prime Minister’s Office on Tuesday summarizing Justin Trudeau’s conversation with the Prime Minister of British Columbia. Chairman John Jగాrgen, Premier to the Council of the Federation.
The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) also discussed with Justin Trudeau and John Horgan Canada’s health transfer and agreed to continue discussions with all regional and regional governments to support Canadians through effective health systems. ”
The easily transmitted Omicron variant classroom practice had to be abolished and the number of COVID-19 cases increased nationwide with the return of several health restrictions.
The PMO said Justin Trudeau and John Horgan also discussed efforts to rebuild British Columbia after historic floods in late November caused thousands of people to flee their homes and destroy highways.
The Sumas Prairie region, which is responsible for much of British Columbia’s agricultural production, was particularly affected, with thousands of farm animals dying in the region.