Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Got Down And Dirty Helping Out Montreal Flood Victims This Weekend

Montreal is currently in a state of emergency due all the flooding. In case you want to stay up to date with the latest information, you can find it all by clicking here

READ ALSO: Everyone's Talking About The Flood In Montreal, Here's What's Actually Happening Right Now

But since everyone else is talking about the bad news, we thought we'd bring you a bit of good news to balance things out. 

It's about how awesome our Prime Minister is. When disaster strikes, he doesn't just hold a conference to give a nice speech, he rolls up his sleeves and he helps out.

Friends & neighbours, civilians & soldiers coming together to help those affected by floods. Inspiring to see it in Terrasse-Vaudreuil, QC. pic.twitter.com/BbvAKS8yX2

May 7, 2017

Last night Justin was in Terrasse-Vaudreuil so help those who were affected by the flood.

But unfortunately for our readers, he kept his shirt on. 

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