In a new video shared online, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attempted to show just how much COVID-19 in Canada has changed since March.\nOn November 29, he posted the clip via Twitter, writing, “We can flatten the curve. We know how to do it - in fact, we’ve even done it before.”\nThe one-and-a-half minute video shows a timeline of Trudeau’s COVID-19 speeches and addresses from March through November.\nThe post also includes a visual showing how the number of cases has risen and fallen over the past eight months.\nEditor's Choice: Restrictions On Non-Essential Travel Into Canada Have Now Been Extended Until 2021\nWe can flatten the curve. We know how to do it - in fact, we’ve even done it before. We just need to do it again. Let’s fight this virus together by following public health rules and using the #COVIDAlert app. Get the app here: https://t.co/WDYMcc5UlR pic.twitter.com/p4biBe09To— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) November 29, 2020\n\n\nAt the end of the video, the visual appears to show Canada’s case-count at an all-time high.\nThis prompts the note, “We can do this. We’ve done it before. We understand this virus much better than before,” from Trudeau.\nThe PM goes on to say that “We must work together —all of us—as a team.”\nThe clip closes by urging Canadians to download the COVID-19 alert app, a message the prime minister has reiterated multiple times before.\nThe Twitter post comes as Canada more than doubled its case-count between November 1 and November 28, and as multiple provinces continue to report record-high daily figures.