Justin Trudeau Ranked Most Influential Person In The World

This week, Justin Trudeau was ranked as one of the most stylish men in the world by GQ Magazine and today another heavy hitting ranking was done by TIME Magazine where he placed amongst the world's 100 most influential people.

TIME releases this list once a year and it is always stacked to the brim with some very important humans that inhabit our planet.

Other notable "most influential people" include:

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If you get sick with or have to isolate due to COVID-19, the Government of Canada has a benefit to help you out.

The Canada Recovery Sickness Benefit (CRSB) has been around since 2020, but you may not know that you can still apply for it.

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Americans Are Being Advised Not To Travel To Canada Right Now And Vice Versa

The CDC says Americans should "avoid travel to Canada."

The borders may still be open, but both Canada and the United States are advising against travelling to the opposite country right now unless it's essential.

On the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the U.S.' national public health agency, website, Americans are being told not to travel to Canada right now because of the "very high level of COVID-19" in the country.

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Now, a Quebec moving company is jokingly offering to help. In an ad mocking the stranded influencers, Déménagement Le Clan Panneton says its expertise makes it capable of making the 5,823-kilometre trek from Mexico to Quebec. (It's a 61-hour drive according to Google Maps.)

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Trudeau Went Off On Those Quebec Influencers Who Partied Maskless On A Cancun Flight

"When a gang de sans-desseins decides to leave like Ostrogoths on vacation, it's extremely frustrating."

Barred from boarding two airlines, subject to an investigation by the Canadian government and now on the receiving end of ridicule by the prime minister of Canada — the group of Quebec influencers reportedly shown on video partying maskless on a private Sunwing flight to Cancun might not be having the relaxing week they thought would.

Justin Trudeau weighed in on the incident in a press conference on Wednesday. He said it was "unacceptable that people are putting at risk, not just other passengers, not just airline workers, but their fellow citizens."

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