On a 16th anniversary of 9/11, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited St. John’s to assistance remember a affability of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians in a weeks following a attacks.
He was in assemblage during a Arts and Culture Centre for a forum deliberating a Broadway low-pitched Come From Away, that papers a purpose Gander and executive Newfoundland played in assisting accommodate stranded airline passengers after a attacks.
Trudeau praised Come From Away for telling not usually a specific story about a affability of a city of Gander, though for also revelation a concept story about tellurian goodness in a issue of comfortless events.
“It’s a sign that for all a bad news we see on a TV each night, a jubilee of ‘if it bleeds it leads’ that seems to overcome us, that’s not a whole story,” pronounced Trudeau.
“We are improved than we infrequently consider we are. Each and each one of us.”
The Come From Away forum was moderated by newly allocated Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O’Regan and featured star Petrina Bromley, playwrights David Hein and Irene Sankoff and Gander Mayor Claude Elliot — who is portrayed in a musical.
Trudeau is in city this week for cupboard meetings in St. John’s.
Watch a whole Come From Away forum in a dual videos below:
Part 2 continues below: