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Trudeau

Pierre Elliott. 1919--2000, Canadian statesman; Liberal prime minister (1968--79; 1980--84)
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Trudeau characterized the foreign policy of Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper as geared primarily to boosting the Conservative Party's electoral opportunities, and cited Harper as forming policies on Israel and Ukraine geared mainly to pleasing the Jewish and Ukrainian communities of Canada.
If you served, as I did, while Trudeau was in power you just accepted that Trudeau was the "enemy of the military." Was it not Trudeau who was responsible for starving the Canadian military of funds and equipment and reducing the size of our Armed Forces to unaccepted levels?
Ethics commissioner Mario Dion stated on Wednesday Trudeau's attempts to influence the then attorney general and justice minister, Jody Wilson-Raybould, were contrary to the constitutional principle of prosecutorial independence.
Conservatives in Canada are fond of telling a simplistic story about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's relationship with the press.
(https://globalnews.ca/news/5021267/trudeau-approval-rating-snc-lavalin-wilson-raybould/) According to a new Ipsos poll conducted exclusively for Global News, Trudeau may lose polls and conservatives will storm back to power.
In a statement, Trudeau stated he had sought and received the resignation of Ambassador John McCallum, a report on South China Morning Post, in partnership with POLITICO, confirmed.
Trudeau's 'human face of neoliberalism' is nothing but a carefully-constructed mask meant to hide the hypocritical and militant policies that Canada continues to lead.
IN ACADEMIC CIRCLES, the argument that Pierre Trudeau was firmly and consistently committed to liberal democracy, rather than socialist democracy, will not constitute an especially controversial thesis.
'Prime Minister Imran Khan and Prime Minister Trudeau reaffirmed commitment to work together to strengthen bilateral relations in diverse fields,' the press release stated.
The event was to raise money for the Avalanche Foundation, a charity Trudeau became involved with after his brother Michel died in an avalanche in 1998.
QUEBEC CITY -- Bashing the leader of one of America's venerable allies, the White House escalated its trade tirade and leveled more withering and unprecedented criticism Sunday against Canada's prime minister, branding Justin Trudeau a backstabber unworthy of President Donald Trump's time.