Trudeau joins local candidates for car rally at Oakville drive-in

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Published September 13, 2021 at 12:00 pm

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined local Oakville Liberal candidates for a car rally, Sunday night, at the 5 Drive-In on Ninth Line.

Speaking in front of hundreds of supporters and through blaring car horns on a drizzly night, Trudeau joined Oakville incumbent candidates Anita Anand and Pam Damoff on stage to talk about the continuing fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Talk to your neighbours, talk to your family. Keep believing in what we can achieve together,” Trudeau told his supporters. “We’re ready for the hard work, we’re ready for the hope. My friends, let’s choose to finish the fight against COVID.

“Let’s build a better tomorrow that leaves no one behind and let’s keep moving forward for everyone.”

Anand, the Minister of Public Services and Procurement, was still excited about the rally on Monday morning.

“When your boss comes to town and a car rally happens,” the Oakville MP tweeted out. “What a night in #Oakville!”

Other local Liberal candidates on hand last night included Milton MP Adam van Koeverden, Burlington MP Karina Gould, Mississauga Centre MP Omar Alghabra, Mississauga-Erin Mills MP Iqra Khalid, Iqwinder Singh Gaheer (Mississauga-Malton) and Rechie Valdez (Mississauga-Streetsville).

The federal election is Monday, Sept. 20.

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