Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Friday announced that Moderna will “build a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Quebec to deliver made-in-Canada vaccines. When completed, this new facility will be able to produce up to 100 million mRNA vaccine doses annually.”
Trudeau said the Moderna Montreal factory will make Canada an mRNA ‘leader.’
"Moderna will build a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Quebec to deliver made-in-Canada vaccines. When completed, this new facility will be able to produce up to 100 million mRNA vaccine doses annually." https://t.co/sJiO6j3kRb
— Andrew Lawton (@AndrewLawton) April 29, 2022
This will create hundreds of good jobs for Canadian workers. It’ll also bring Canadian innovation to the front lines of tomorrow’s health solutions, better prepare us for future health crises, and grow our economy – at the same time. More details here: https://t.co/So6ReIQFPI
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) April 29, 2022
Here’s the statement released by Trudeau:
Construction is set to start this year and the facility is expected to be operational in 2024 at the earliest, subject to planning and regulatory approvals. In addition to COVID-19 vaccines, the facility is expected to be able to produce vaccines for other respiratory diseases, such as influenza – pending their ongoing development by Moderna and approval by Health Canada.
Strengthening our biomanufacturing and life sciences sector across the country will help re-establish Canada’s domestic vaccine manufacturing capability, bring Canadian innovation to the front lines of tomorrow’s health solutions, and ensure we are better prepared for future health crises – all while growing the economy and creating good jobs.
Moderna Montreal factory will make Canada an mRNA 'leader,' says Trudeau https://t.co/lpoJ38Xwjf
— CTV News (@CTVNews) April 29, 2022
CTV News reported:
Canada has a now-infamous trajectory over the last few decades of building up top-notch vaccine research but dismantling its domestic capacity to actually produce vaccines, leaving it dependent on vaccine facilities in other countries.
The facility, expected to be operational as soon as 2024, will employ 200 to 300 people and will be able to produce up to 100 million COVID-19 vaccine doses per year, Trudeau said.
But it will also ultimately be able to do research and hopefully produce other kinds of vaccines or treatment based on the same mRNA technology, or messenger RNA, that was first used in the COVID-19 vaccines, he said.
“It also will have a significant impact in the research that they’re doing on a range of illnesses. We talked about Alzheimer’s, we talk about cancers, we talk about the range of things that messenger RNA is able to deliver to keep Canadians and people around the world healthy,” said Trudeau.
“And Canada, that has long been leaders in research around mRNA, will now be also leaders in delivering mRNA to Canadians and to the world.”
Canada will become a ‘leader’ in mRNA technology that has injured millions of people across the globe.
And Trudeau’s WEF-puppet regime intends to manufacture over 100 million toxic injections every year.