Praised for it: Ont. A teenager receiving a full-time medical treatment in Ottawa



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CTVNews.ca Staff

Published Wednesday, December 12, 2018 11:54 EST

Last updated Wednesday 12 December 2018 12:29 PM EST

Some teenagers want to meet their favorite celebrities. Others want to see the world.

Aiden Anderson wanted to find out what life is like a prime minister of Canada – and this week, he has the chance to go to # 39; do that.

He was born with a heart attack, Ottawa's once-set-up time with Make-A-Wish Canada.

RCMP's defense details were MacAndrew, 15, when he reached the airport on Monday. It was taken to the Chateau Laurier Hotel, where he was welcomed as a prime minister. Tuesdays went to work Rideau Hall, RCMP and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's plane.

Several amazing things have been arranged for Anderson, including a meeting with her & # 39; formerly prime minister, Paul Martin and a car ride with Ottawa on the streets of Ottawa.

London, Ont., Delivered a Wednesday afternoon on the Parliament, where it was expected that a news conference would be held in the evenings and at the moment; dinner with Trudeau at night.

He asked what he would speak at his & # 39; news conference, Anderson chose to build a lullaby.

"I'm going to talk about different things," he told CTV Ottawa.

"I'm very happy, but at the same time it's a bit weird."

Anderson said his experience in Ottawa had been "amazing", and " gives him a unique insight into one of his minds for life.

"I've always been fascinating with politics and I have always considered the capital of our country," he said.

The Thursday's tour was finalized by Anderson who defeated the Army of Canada and was appointed an honorary decree-colonel for the day.

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