Justin Trudeau, who was elected to lead Canada, appeared as part of the Coronavirus Global Response conference undertaken by the European Union.
The appearance is heavily peppered in globalist rhetoric focusing on aiding Canada by aiding the rest of the world, as Trudeau called for a more globalist response.
"I think it's extremely important, the way the world has come together and understanding that a global crisis requires a global response," said Trudeau.
"We know that the safety of our own citizens depends on how we keep people around the world safe. It's always been that it's been more poignant and more noticeable during this global crisis. When a storm comes, people tend to want to hunker down with their friends and families, and wait until it blows over. But we cannot isolate ourselves and hope that everyone else while we take care of ourselves. We need to take care of ourselves and take care of the rest of the world, as well. Take care of ourselves by taking care of the rest of the world. This is truly a moment for global leadership."
Trudeau then touched on developing and getting a vaccine to billion worldwide, a move which he has repeatedly claimed would be the only thing that can return Canada and the world to "normal."
"Obviously we know we cant get back to full-normal until we develop vaccines, and that's why Canada and so many countries and scientists are pushing hard to develop a vaccine for COVID-19. We're happy to support in those initiatives here at home, and around the world," said Trudeau.