The Globe and Mail can confirm that the battery ceiling fans in the home of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are going to be upgraded to a newer model.
According to a statement on the Government of Canada website, “the new model is the first to incorporate a power supply with a larger capacity.
This new model features the largest capacity of any battery ceiling Fan in the world and is rated at approximately 80 watts.
The new model also features an automatic shutoff system which automatically shuts off the fan when the temperature reaches 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit).
This feature is ideal for people who have colds, flu or other conditions that can affect the health of the system.”
The new fan features a more powerful motor and can last up to 10 years and cost about $100,000.
The batteries are designed to last up as long as the battery pack in your house.
The batteries in the new model will last for 30 years and will be able to power your home for up to 25 years.
The new models have also been designed to allow for better cooling.
The battery packs will last up 50 years, and can also be powered by solar panels.
The updated models will go on sale this summer, but the new models are expected to be available for pre-order in 2018.