PM Trudeau on long-term care in New Brunswick, Canada's support for Ukraine – April 19, 2022

April 19, 2022 at 12:14 pm  Federal, Politics



Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces at a news conference in Dalhousie, New Brunswick, that his government has reached a bilateral agreement with the province to provide $22 million to improve care for residents of long-term care homes and assisted retirement facilities. Bruce Fitch, N.B.’s minister of social development, and Dominic LeBlanc, the federal minister of intergovernmental affairs, infrastructure and communities, also make remarks. The prime minister also responds to questions about Canada’s support for Ukrainians amid the ongoing Russian invasion of their country, housing affordability, a New Brunswick court ruling about his appointment of a unilingual lieutenant-governor in the province, and mask mandates.

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