“We will continue to be effective in advocating for Canada’s interests with this new administration.”
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The two leaders will discuss bilateral issues.
“I look forward to working with President Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, their administration, and the United States Congress as we strive to make our countries safer, more prosperous, and more resilient.”
“There is a need for a re-engaged United States in global circles.”
The border restrictions will last well into 2021.
The agency was “continuing to look at appropriate public health criteria for a future re-evaluation of existing restrictions.”
“I look forward to being able to talk with the new president about climate change.”
“I look forward to working with President-elect Biden.”
“Of course, what happens in the United States is going to be impacting Canada after the election.”
“We’re looking at the border with Canada. Canada would like it opened and we want to get back to normal business.”
“This cannot be a race with one winner. When one or more vaccines are successful, it must be a win for all of us.”
For months, Canadians followed strict public health rules on social movement.
The ban, introduced in March, has been extended several times and is due to expire on July 21.
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“We were able to control the virus better than many of our allies.”
Trudeau’s spokesperson Chantal Gagnon cited a scheduling conflict as the reason for the decline.
“We’re still in discussions with the Americans about whether a trilateral summit next week makes sense.”
It is “very probable” that he will meet with President Trump.
“I’m not going to sugarcoat it. We still have a long journey ahead.”
“The use of body-worn cameras by RCMP officers was discussed as a means of ensuring accurate evidence gathering and accountability… (and) increased transparency.”
Trudeau took a “very, very long silence” of roughly 20 seconds.