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A message for Canadian children from LEGO Justin Trudeau

A Winnipeg dad's LEGO version of the PM's press conference for kids has gone viral.
By: Greggory Clark
April 08, 2020
Photo: Tyler Walsh (YouTube)
Photo: Tyler Walsh (YouTube)

In March 2020 during one of his daily press conferences, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had this message for Canadian children about how they can do their part in the fight against COVID-19.

It's a powerful statement, one that "deserves a version all kinds will want to watch," says YouTuber Tyler Walsh, whose upload has been viewed more than 300,000 times since posting on April 5.

The stop-motion video took about 12 hours to piece together. Walsh told CTV Winnipeg it was something fun to do with his children, who were working on another stop-motion project when the idea occurred.

Source: YouTube, CTV Winnipeg

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