Jimmy Carter hospitalized after collapsing while working on Habitat for Humanity house

Former President Jimmy Carter was reportedly hospitalized after he collapsed on Thursday while working on a Habitat for Humanity home in Winnipeg, Canada.

A spokesperson for the organization told CBC News that Carter, 92, was hospitalized as a precaution and is feeling fine after being treated for dehydration. 

"He encourages everyone to stay hydrated and keep building," the spokesperson said.

According to NBC News, Carter is being treated at St. Boniface Hospital in Winnipeg. His wife, Rosalynn Carter is at his bedside.

Carter had led a prayer session Thursday morning at the construction site, which is part of a "blitz" of new homes in Canada from his favorite charity.

Former President George H.W. Bush and wife Barbara Bush sent Carter their well-wishes Thursday afternoon.

"God bless him, and we hope he is fine," the former president and first lady said.

In May, the former commander in chief wrote an op-ed praising President Trump's decision to slap tariffs on softwood lumber imports from Canada. 

“While there are many benefits to [a] harmonious bilateral relationship between the United States and Canada, our neighbor to the north must still play by the rules and stop engaging in unfair trade practices," he wrote.