Prime Minister to hold virtual Cabinet retreat

At the Moisson Outaouais food bank in Gatineau, Que., Prime Minister Justin Trudeau provides an update on the federal response to the COVID-19. /Global Korean Post


Prime Minister to hold virtual Cabinet retreat


July 4, 2020

Global Korean Post


The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau on July 3 announced that he will hold a virtual Cabinet retreat and a Cabinet meeting next week.

During the retreat, the Prime Minister and ministers will discuss how we move forward and continue to take concrete actions needed to fight racism in Canada, prepare for a potential second wave of COVID-19, and safely restart the economy.

As the Government of Canada continues to address the health, safety, and economic impacts of COVID-19, the retreat is an opportunity to continue our work to gradually and safely restart our economy in a way that benefits all Canadians, and look at how we can make our country more resilient to future waves of the virus.

The government will also look at ways to better address discrimination and systemic racism in our institutions, because we know that there is still a lot of work to do to make this country fairer and more equal for everyone.

The Government of Canada will continue to work closely with provinces, territories, municipalities, Indigenous peoples, racialized Canadians, stakeholders, and Canadian businesses on these and other important issues.

During this time of uncertainty, the Government of Canada is focused on building a better, more unified, and more resilient Canada for everyone, where every Canadian has an equal opportunity to succeed.