On a historic Remembrance Day, a century after the end of the First World War, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told a Paris crowd that decaying trust in public institutions will lead citizens to look for easy answers “in populism, in nationalism, in closing borders, in shutting down trade, in xenophobia.”
The implication was clear: if nations turn in on themselves and treat outsiders as threats, we might again find ourselves in a bloody conflict with fronts all over the world.
The Liberals have botched our relationship with India.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau isn’t saying what he is willing to do to keep a provision protecting labour rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and queer workers inside a renewed North American free trade pact.
More than 40 Republican lawmakers wrote U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday demanding the removal of language in the agreement pledging all three countries to support “policies that protect workers against employment discrimination on the basis of sex, including with regard to pregnancy, sexual harassment, sexual orientation, gender identity.”
Trebek, 78, is a Canadian-American who was born in Ontario. A host of the popular game show Jeopardy, he’s become a familiar face with millions of viewers.
His popularity in the entertainment industry landed him a visit with Justin Trudeau. Trebek however, picked up on a variety of clues that he used to construct a hypothesis about the Canadian Prime Minister, according to the National Post reports.
John Ivison: How a trickle of Sikhs fleeing India for Canada became a torrent
OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau’s visit to the sub-continent earlier this year has become a political punch-line, even among Liberals.
“India? We didn’t go to India,” is the response when the subject is raised internally.
But Trudeau did — and there were substantive reasons why the visit went so badly.
Trudeau was deliberately posed on the far left (ha!) so he can be cropped out easily.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told a press freedom event in Paris Sunday that one of the bulwarks protecting democratic governments from being undermined is also an institution under stress — a free-thinking, robust media.
Being in France, he must have been referring to the Charlie Hebdo attack, right?
When Canadians saw photos of Justin Trudeau holding a baby during a 2017 visit to the Philippines, many saw a clichéd photo-op. Others saw a symbol of Ottawa’s new Feminist International Assistance Policy. But few anticipated the battles slowing the implementation of a plan that sees Canada increasingly alone on the world stage in promoting comprehensive sexual and reproductive health and rights in aid programming.
The 2019 federal election—coming exactly a year from this Sunday—does not look good for the Trudeau Liberals, with recent polls predicting the next government will be formed by Andrew Scheer’s Conservatives.
And it won’t even be close.
Because Prime Minister Justin Trudeau can be such a polarizing figure in Canada, one of his inadvertent talents is clarifying the positions of his critics.
Trump economic adviser Larry Kudlow says a White House official called Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a “little punk kid running Canada.”
A new song originally posted on an Instagram account called Geebz Block Royal calls out Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for how he has treated First Nations.
Trudeau and his wife dressed up so much that many people in India condemned their outfits, noting that most people in the country didn’t dress in Trudeau’s vision of ‘traditional’ style.