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WATCH: Pandemic Sucks - Says Trudeau as Death Toll Passes 10,000 | Bank of Canada Rates Hit New Lows

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 28 Oct, 2020
  • WATCH: Pandemic Sucks - Says Trudeau as Death Toll Passes 10,000 | Bank of Canada Rates Hit New Lows

WATCH: "This sucks, it really, really does," Trudeau told a COVID-19 press briefing... it's frustrating to have to go through this situation. A grim outlook for Canada as the country reaches a milestone of 10,000 deaths.

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