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Trudeau appears at news conference with bandage after bumping head

PM says injury happened while he was playing with his kids over the weekend
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks during a visit to an apartment complex under construction in Hamilton, Ont., Monday, July 31, 2023. He was joined today by the Mayor of Hamilton, Andrea Horwath, to announce a joint investment of nearly $64 million from the Government of Canada and the City of Hamilton to build and repair 214 homes for families in the city. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Peter Power

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appeared at a news conference Monday with a bandage in the middle of his forehead.

A spokesperson for Trudeau says he bumped his head while he was playing with his kids over the weekend.

Alison Murphy says the prime minister is fine, and is excited to be on the road connecting with Canadians this week.

Trudeau’s itinerary for Sunday said he was taking some personal time in Ottawa.

His office wouldn’t disclose what activity resulted in the bump.

Trudeau appeared with the circular bandage during a visit to Hamilton, where he announced spending of $64 million by the federal government and the city to build and repair 214 homes in the area.

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