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@HonAhmedHussen Congratulations to you and your family, Ahmed - and welcome to the world, Manal! Sophie et moi espérons que vous profiterez bien de ces précieux moments ensemble.

Making housing more affordable, improving public transit, and ensuring a strong economic recovery from COVID-19 are priorities that I share with both @JyotiGondek and @AmarjeetSohiYEG. I spoke with them about that, and I’m looking forward to tackling these issues together.

J’ai discuté avec @JyotiGondek et @AmarjeetSohiYEG de nos priorités communes : rendre le logement plus abordable, améliorer les transports en commun et assurer une relance économique vigoureuse après la COVID-19. J’ai hâte de travailler à ces enjeux avec eux.

Premier @JSavikataaq and I spoke today about the water emergency in Iqaluit. He provided an update on the situation on the ground, and I let him know we’ll be there to make sure people have the support they need - including by deploying the @CanadianForces to provide assistance.

Aujourd’hui, j’ai parlé avec le premier ministre @JSavikataaq de l’urgence liée à l’eau à Iqaluit. Il m’a informé de la situation sur le terrain, et je lui ai dit qu’on va s’assurer d’offrir aux gens le soutien dont ils ont besoin, y compris par l’entremise des @ForcesCanada.

Today, as the economy is reopening and jobs are being created, as we are getting vaccinated and restrictions are carefully being eased in our communities and at our border, the time has come to adapt our income and business support measures.

Alors que l'économie redémarre et que des emplois sont créés, que nous nous faisons vacciner et que les restrictions sont soigneusement assouplies dans nos communautés, le moment est venu d'adapter nos mesures de soutien aux revenus et aux entreprises.

Already, we’re finding real solutions - we’re protecting 30% of our lands and oceans by 2030, putting a price on pollution, phasing out coal-fired electricity, and planting 2 billion trees. And we’ll keep working to build a cleaner future for our kids and grandkids.

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#ICYMI The government is proposing targeted #Covid19 supports for businesses still facing significant challenges through two streams: the Tourism and Hospitality Recovery Program and the Hardest Hit Business Recovery Program.

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We strongly advise anybody planning to travel in the coming weeks to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Otherwise, you MAY NOT be allowed on the plane or train you are planning on taking. Learn more here:

Canada’s COVID-19 proof of vaccination is a standardized, reliable and secure way to show your #Covid19 vaccination history in Canada.

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Today, PM Trudeau and @DeputyPM_Canada Chrystia Freeland visited @CHEO to announce that @pfizer submitted an application to @GovCanHealth to expand vaccine eligibility for children aged 5 to 11. Learn more:

Canada’s COVID-19 proof of vaccination is a standardized, reliable and secure way to show your #Covid19 vaccination history, in Canada and around the world. It was developed in close collaboration with the provinces and territories:

Taking a plane or train? Travellers age 12 or older must be vaccinated by October 30 in order to board. Travellers who are not yet fully vaccinated will be able to board with a valid #COVID19 molecular test alternative until November 30:

Protecting a child is any parent’s top priority. Vaccinating them against #Covid19 will help protect them from the disease and its long-term effects. If your child is 12+ you should get them vaccinated.

Watch live: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, joined by @DeputyPM_Canada Chrystia Freeland, holds a media availability.

Fully vaccinated international travellers who wish to be considered for the eased quarantine and testing requirements must meet all criteria, including the electronic submission of their #COVID19 information into #ArriveCAN prior to arrival in Canada.

#CovidVaccine helps protect you from getting sick with the disease. Even if you’re young, healthy, and fit, the vaccine will give your body a layer of protection that it didn’t have. Get #vaccinated and help protect everyone.

Still need the #Covid19Vaccine but concerned about #allergies? Allergic reactions to the vaccine are rare and, when they do happen, are treatable. Learn more:

Today is #PersonsDay in Canada, marking the day in 1929 when the legal definition of a person was amended to include women. This historic decision paved the way for women's increased participation in public and political life. #WomensHistoryMonth

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