Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was asked during a Tuesday press conference whether or not he had regrets about calling the election on the same day that Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, fell, allowing the Taliban to put hundreds of ally lives at risk.

In response, Trudeau highlighted the work that Canada has done in the Middle Eastern country for years now, and stated that he would be talking with his G7 allies later today to discuss what more could be done to help Afghanistan.

Trudeau would then go on to discuss Canada's strong democracy, and the choices that Canadians have to make.

"This is something that continues to be important, and I look forward to sitting down with my fellow G7 leaders in a few hours to talk about how more we can help and what more we need to do...

"At the same time, our democracy is strong... We know full well that this is the time of a pivotal choice for Canadians for how we move forward, for how we do even more for Canadians.

"We're coming out of this pandemic, which we're not through yet, and the choice on how to end this pandemic is clear for Canadians. we're standing for clear, stronger vaccine mandates, Erin O'Toole doesn't."

Trudeau then took a brief second to acknowledge a heckler, with the prime minister telling the man to "please" get vaccinated.

"We're going to continue to make sure Canadians know there's an important choice about how we build a better future for everyone. This is the thing we need to keep focused on, and this is the choice Canadians need to make now."