March 11 Declared National Day of Observance for COVID-19


In a press conference today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has so declared March 11 to be recognized as National Day of Observance for COVID-19.

Trudeau told Canadians that “We all have a role to play in ending this pandemic, and the crisis is not over yet. In recognition of how far we have come and how far we still have to go, the Government of Canada is designating March 11, 2021, as a National Day of Observance,” he said in the statement. “On this day, I invite all Canadians to join together in honouring the memory of those we have lost, and the people they left behind.

Trudeau did not forget about those who have been impacted as he gave a special tribute to all of those who continue to work hard and make incredible sacrifices in the fight against the virus.

Trudeau also highlighted that the four COVID-19 vaccines approved for use by Health Canada is more than any other country. He also highlighted that Canada will be receiving eight million doses of vaccines by the end of this month.


  1. The blood of those Canadians are on his hands for his failure to heed warnings and take action.
    Trudeau didn’t even get serious about covid security at borders until a year into the pandemic.

  2. Another typical useless gesture, from a useless PM. Why are we so far behind in vaccinations, compared to the rest of the world? And he has resources to put behind this useless activity? We don’t need him to set a date to remind us of our losses. We have our own place/time for that. Grrrr…

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