Family in Winnipeg is teaming up with Trudeau on the new LEGO video on Canada Day | Instant News

A Winnipeg father and his two sons, who have made viral videos of the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau this spring, LEGO has released a new creation just in time for Canada Day.

Tyler Walsh says LEGO is Justin Trudeau video is a positive message about Canadians coming together in difficult times.

It shows a LEGO version of Trudeau talked with the Canadians about how they celebrate though Canada Day may look very different this year because COVID-19.

Walsh tweeted a video Wednesday morning.

“Now, what is Canada Day, to have something like that to put in there is really meaningful”, he said.

“I think this is a positive signal, and it is an opportunity to think about it hard, we’ve been through.”

In the video, tells Trudeau about the ways Canadians can celebrate Canada Day even without the usual parades and large parties, such as watching a virtual concert. (Submitted By Tyler Walsh)

Walsh, who works at economic development Winnipeg, recreated the Trudeau message to young people about how they can help slow the spread COVID-19 in April.

After this video, says Walsh, it is associated with the canadian Embassy in Italy about it. He says they offered to make another video on Canada Day.

A frame from the video shows a LEGO version of the parade of grad school. (Submitted By Tyler Walsh)

It is associated with the staff of the office of the Prime Minister, who was happy to work on the script and make Trudeau to record a new message, said Walsh.

The project eventually come together at the beginning of this week, and Walsh said he could not have done this without the help of his two sons, Jack and Noah, who helped him build the sets and find the red and white LEGO blocks.

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