March 30, 2022
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday that his government could help the world overcome food and energy shortages in the coming months that could stem from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
“In the coming months, Canada can help put food on the table and keep the lights on,” Trudeau said in a speech in Vancouver that focused on his government’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
“The leaders I spoke to in Europe over the last two weeks are clear: they do not just want to end their dependence on Russian oil and gas. They want to accelerate the transformation of energy into clean and green energy. “And Canadians play a big part in that,” he said.
(Reports by Steve Scherer, edited by Franklin Paul)
Canada to help tackle food crisis and energy shortages caused by Ukraine’s crisis – Prime Minister Trudeau
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