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伦敦大众时报讯,加拿大总理特鲁多发表新年贺词如下:

 

贾斯廷特鲁多JustinTrudeau

-年-快-乐!

我们所有人都在等待的时刻很快就要到了,但我还是现在就喊出来……新年快乐! 在我们今晚参加网上聚会并怀着希望进入2021年之际,索菲和我为您送上新的一年最美好的祝福。

 

我也希望在这个假期期间特别感谢我们的前线工作人员。 这一年很艰难,我知道,而且你们付出了很多牺牲,为了我们坚守岗位。对你们每一个人道一声:非常感谢。你们是今年的英雄,我们将永远感激。

 

 

 

总理新年贺词

Statement by the Prime Minister to mark the New Year

2020年12月31日  安大略渥太华  总理办公室

 

贾斯廷•特鲁多(Justin Trudeau)总理发表以下声明庆祝新年的到来:

 “今晚,在全国各地,加拿大人将以午夜倒计时迎接新的一年,并反思过去的一年。

 “这一年对我们很多人都是充满挑战的一年。我们经历了一场全球性的疫情大流行,威胁着我们的健康、我们的经济以及我们的生活方式。我们看到无端的暴力行为对我们的社区造成了破坏性影响。而且,我们还听到了少数族裔加拿大人和原住民们令人痛心的故事、以及要求正义的呼声,要求我们立即采取行动,解决在我们国家发生的种族主义、歧视和不公正现象。

 “在过去12个月所造成的精神、身体和经济损失中,我们还看到了加拿大人所表现出的力量、韧性和携手合作的意愿。各地社区已采取了步骤支持他们最脆弱的人群,民众家庭和工商业为了保护他人安全而做出了牺牲,而全国所有地方的人们都在努力奋斗,争取一个惠及所有人之更美好、更公平的未来。这些行动将继续在新的一年里激励我们所有人。

 “到2021年,我们将怀着焕然一新的希望,继续抗击COVID-19疫情。加拿大人已经开始接受安全而有效的疫苗。我们拥有世界上所有国家中最多样化的疫苗组合,而我们将继续与各省和地区以及原住民社区和各合作伙伴通力合作,以确保所有加拿大人都能尽快免费获得疫苗。我们将继续竭尽所能,不论需要什么,不论持续多久,扶持民众和工商业度过这场危机。

 “在面临诸多挑战的时期,企业、创业者、工作人士、以及所有加拿大人今年都表现出了惊人的坚韧和决心。而我们已采取行动,在人们前行的每一步为他们提供支持。我们制定了诸如加拿大紧急工资补贴(Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy, CEWS)、加拿大紧急商业款项(Canada Emergency Business Account, CEBA)和新的加拿大紧急租金补贴(Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy, CERS)等等的措施,以帮助成千上万的企业、慈善机构和非营利组织支付账单、将员工留在工资单上。我们还支援那些因疫情大流行而失去收入的加拿大人——其中包括今年获得加拿大紧急救援补助金(Canada Emergency Response Benefit, CERB)的890万加拿大人,并将继续通过新的复苏补助和修订就业保险为民众提供收入支援。

 “我们今年面临的挑战,彰显了重建得更好(build back better)的重要性。在我们从这场危机中复苏之际,我们必须抓住一切机会使我们的国家更强健、更可持续、对所有人更公正。这就意味着要打造更具包容性的经济,并与我们的合作伙伴一起应对一些系统性障碍,这些障碍歧视了太多的加拿大人,使他们更难以成功。这意味着要采取进一步的气候行动,并投资清洁能源和技术。这还意味着要采取行动,确保所有加拿大人在他们自己的社区中安全、有参与并得到扶持。

 “仅在过去的一年中,我们就朝着这些目标迈出了一些重要步骤。我们推出了增强版的气候计划,以便我们能够达到并超越我们的国际气候承诺、减少污染、为企业创造就业机会和新商机,并为所有加拿大人打造一个更健康、更清洁、更具韧力的未来。我们还启动了加拿大第一个黑人创业者计划,与加拿大金融机构合作,支持黑人创业者和企业主,并制定了立法,以贯彻《联合国原住民权利宣言》的实施。此外,我们采取了行动保护我们的社区免受枪支暴力,禁止1,500多种型号和变体的攻击性枪支及其某些相关组件。

 “在我们回顾这一年、并迈向新的一年之际,我邀请加拿大人反思我们从自己身上所发现的所有品质——我们的毅力、我们的才智以及我们对他人的同情心。我还要对那些工作在抗击疫情大流行前线的人们表示感谢,他们每天都将自己的邻居、社区和国家的利益置于个人利益之前。这场疫情大流行向我们展示出,只要我们大家都朝着共同的目标和价值携手努力,我们就可以共同克服困难、实现我们的目标。现在,当我们展望2021年即将到来的机遇时,让我们所有人继续建设,共同打造一个对每个人都更强劲、更公平、更平等的加拿大。”


英文原文
 

Statement

Statement by the Prime Minister to mark the New Year

December 31, 2020     Ottawa, Ontario    Prime Minister’s Office

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, issued the following statement to mark the New Year:

“Tonight, across the country, Canadians will count down to midnight to welcome a new year, and reflect on the one that has passed.

“This year has been challenging for many of us. We have experienced a global pandemic that has threatened our health, our economy, and our very way of life. We have seen acts of senseless violence that have devastating impacts on our communities. And, we have heard heartbreaking stories and calls for justice from racialized Canadians and Indigenous peoples, demanding that we act now to address racism, discrimination, and injustices in our country.

“Through the mental, physical, and financial toll of these past 12 months, we have also seen Canadians show strength, resilience, and a willingness to work together. Communities have taken steps to support their most vulnerable, families and businesses have made sacrifices to keep others safe, and people from coast to coast to coast have fought for a better, fairer future for everyone. These actions should inspire us all as we move into the next year.

“In 2021, we will continue our fight against COVID-19 with a renewed sense of hope. Canadians have already started to receive doses of safe and effective vaccines. We have the most diverse vaccine portfolio of any country, and we continue to work with provinces and territories, and Indigenous communities and partners, to ensure that all Canadians will have free access to vaccines as soon as possible. We will also keep doing what it takes, for as long as it takes, to support people and businesses through the crisis.

“Businesses, entrepreneurs, workers, and all Canadians have shown incredible resilience and resolve throughout the many challenges they have faced this year. And we have taken action to have people’s backs every step of the way. We created measures like the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy, the Canada Emergency Business Account, and the new Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy to help hundreds of thousands of businesses, charities, and non-profits pay their bills and keep their workers on the payroll. We have also supported Canadians who have lost their income due to the pandemic – including the 8.9 million Canadians who received the Canada Emergency Response Benefit this year – and are continuing to provide income support through new recovery benefits and changes to Employment Insurance.

“The challenges we have faced this year have shown how important it is to build back better. As we recover from this crisis, we must take every opportunity to make our country stronger, more sustainable, and more just for everyone. That means building a more inclusive economy, and working with our partners to address the systemic barriers that discriminate against too many Canadians, making it harder for them to succeed. It means taking further climate action, and investing in clean energy and technologies. And it means taking action to ensure all Canadians are safe, involved, and supported in their communities.

“In this past year alone, we have already taken some major steps toward these goals. We introduced a strengthened climate plan so we can meet and exceed our international climate commitments, reduce pollution, create jobs and new opportunities for businesses, and build a healthier, cleaner, more resilient future for all Canadians. We also launched our country’s first Black Entrepreneurship Program to support Black entrepreneurs and business owners in partnership with Canadian financial institutions, and introduced legislation to allow for the implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. In addition, we took action to protect our communities from gun violence by banning over 1,500 models and variants of assault-style firearms and some of their components.

“As we wrap up this year and move into a new one, I invite Canadians to reflect on all that we have learned about ourselves – our perseverance, our ingenuity, and our compassion for others. I also express my gratitude to those working on the front lines of the pandemic, who put the interests of their neighbours, their communities, and their country ahead of their own every day. The pandemic has shown us what we can accomplish and overcome when we all work together toward shared goals and values. Now, as we look to the opportunities that await us in 2021, let us all continue to build a Canada that is stronger, fairer, and more equitable for everyone.” 

 

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