Trudeau meets workers at the Valbruna ASW INC to mark Labour Day 2021.
Protesters followed Justin Trudeau to Welland. They gathered in front of Valbruna ASW INC.
Answering a reporter’s question, Justin Trudeau said all candidates in the election of September 20 are fully vaccinated except for one person who had a medical condition.
He noted that Canadians must have been horrified by the images of the past few days of anti-vaxxers slowing down ambulances, and harassing health workers.
“These people have worked unbelievably hard over the past year and a half,” he said.
Trudeau said he would not back down despite being followed around by protesters.
Protesters were in Cambridge for Trudeau event.
“For those who question the timing of the election, take a look at the issues,” said Trudeau. He wants Canadians to consider the intensity of the debate while making a decision.
He said that some people who are angry and do not believe in science are lashing out with racist and misogynist attacks.
“The majority of Canadians are not represented by them,” said Trudeau.
The incumbent said he would not allow the voices of special interest groups to dictate how the economy recovers.
Ricky Picco, 11, posed a question to Justin Trudeau during his visit to Valbruna ASW INC., to mark Labour Day 2021. He was meeting with workers and the families during his visit.
Ricky Picco wanted to know what the job of the prime minister is all about.
Trudeau, incumbent in the September 20 election, spoke to young Ricky Picco on his job particularly as he manages COVID-19 pandemic.
He said he had a good team around him to help manage the pandemic.
“Canadians really did the right kind of things,” said Trudeau.
Ricky Picco was at the factory where his father works. He starts school soon.
Speaking to Mosaic Edition, Chris Elliott of Valbruna ASW INC., said the steel company had difficulties during the pandemic like many businesses.
Government financing during pandemic helped the business cope with the hardship.
Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Finance said the administration fought for Canadian workers when the United States imposed tariffs that could have crippled Canadian industry.