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Five takeaways from Justin Trudeau's speech

Macleans.ca - ‎10 hours ago‎
1. Recalling the 2015 campaign is still the best way to get Liberals cheering. Trudeau cast back to his visit to Winnipeg a few days before the Oct. 19 election, not shying from mentioning his own knack with crowds: “Close to 3,000 people had come out ...
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PM Trudeau cheers and jeers Conservative record; Rae gags

CTV News - ‎4 hours ago‎
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered a sunny message of progress and equality to Liberal constituents at the Liberal party's Winnipeg convention on Saturday, but he couldn't resist aiming a couple of jabs at his Conservative rivals.
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Justin Trudeau sees mixed results on G7 Japan trip

CBC.ca - ‎May 27, 2016‎
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had two main goals heading into the G7 summit in Japan: he wanted support for his stimulus agenda for economic growth and a strong statement against paying hostage ransoms.

Verbatim: Justin Trudeau speaks to Winnipeg convention

iPolitics.ca (subscription) - ‎11 hours ago‎
Comment ne pas vous amuser : entourés de millers d'amis de tous les coins du pays, des libéraux comme vous, qui ont travaillés avec acharnement pour démontrer que la politique n'a pas besoin d'être négative ou divisive.
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In Pictures: Justin Trudeau speaks in Winnipeg

CTV News - ‎10 hours ago‎
The Winnipeg Art Gallery gave a preview of their upcoming exhibition featuring works by Marc Chagall and Esther Warkov. More photo galleries ».
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Justin Trudeau pleased with G7 progress on fostering economic growth

CBC.ca - ‎May 26, 2016‎
Justin Trudeau says he's encouraged by the pledges made Friday by his fellow Group of Seven leaders in Japan, on both their renewed vow to stop paying ransoms for hostages and their approach to boosting the global economy.
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Conservative whip says Canadians think differently of Trudeau after elbow incident but time to move on

National Post - ‎10 hours ago‎
VANCOUVER - Conservative whip Gord Brown says he hopes cooler heads will prevail when the House of Commons returns on Monday. It was Brown that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau grabbed a week and a half ago to try and hurry along a vote, and in ...
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Canadians shrug off Justin Trudeau's elbow, polls suggest

CBC.ca - ‎May 25, 2016‎
The altercation in the House of Commons last week between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and members of the opposition captured Canadians' attention, but two polls published this week suggest a majority of those Canadians have shrugged it off like a ...
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Justin Trudeau clears schedule to celebrate wedding anniversary with Sophie Gregoire

The Independent - ‎May 26, 2016‎
Justin Trudeau has revolutionised many of the customs associated with a world leader, from balancing babies on one hand, displaying impressive yoga moves to physically going down to the airport to welcome Syrian refugees arriving in Canada.

Stylewatch: Justin Trudeau's socks at G7

The Guardian - ‎May 26, 2016‎
Sartorially speaking, the biggest talking point was Justin Trudeau's socks. Post #elbowgate, the Canadian leader (a dead ringer for Prince Eric from The Little Mermaid) is in need of a reminder why he is more “blue steel” than “red mist”, and this was ...
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Justin Trudeau en congé la veille du G7 pour célébrer l'anniversaire de son mariage

Le Huffington Post Quebec - ‎May 25, 2016‎
Le premier ministre Justin Trudeau s'octroiera mercredi une journée de vacances avant le sommet de G7 au Japon afin de célébrer avec son épouse l'anniversaire de leur mariage.
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Justin Trudeau apologizes for 'failing to live up to a higher standard'

CBC.ca - ‎May 19, 2016‎
A repentant Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized again Thursday morning for a physical encounter with two opposition MPs that resulted in a melee on the floor of the House of Commons the day before.

Whale blubber soap takes off... even Justin Trudeau likes it

CBC.ca - ‎May 24, 2016‎
A couple from Iqaluit who are making soap out of beluga, narwhal and bowhead blubber say their business is taking off - even hearing that Canada's prime minister is a fan.
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Laureen Harper not 'splashy' like Gregoire Trudeau, Tory leader says

Toronto Star - ‎May 27, 2016‎
Ambrose never mentioned Sophie Gregoire Trudeau by name, but her tribute was seen as a thinly veiled critique of the high-profile wife of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who is becoming something of a fashion icon and sought-after speaker in English and ...

Three Amigos summit offers chance for better ties

Toronto Star - ‎May 27, 2016‎
In the lead-up to the next “Three Amigos” summit, June 29 in Ottawa, federal work teams are already preparing the case for even stronger ties among the three countries, which together account for about 440 million people.
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Justin Trudeau open to exploring 'next steps' in Toronto's potential Expo 2025 bid

Toronto Star - ‎May 23, 2016‎
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (right) is greeted by Toronto Mayor John Tory outside Toronto's city hall in January. The prime minister says if Toronto city council decides to make a bid to host Expo 2025, the federal government will explore the ...

More Like Justin Trudeau-bot, Right?

Gizmodo - ‎May 24, 2016‎
For some reason politicians love shaking hands with robots. Here at Gizmodo we've caught politicians of every stripe pressing the flesh with our future robot overlords.
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Justin Trudeau announces transgender rights legislation: 'We can and should do more'

CBC.ca - ‎May 16, 2016‎
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced in Montreal federal legislation about to be tabled, which will guarantee legal and human rights protection to transgender people across Canada.
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With Trans Mountain, Justin Trudeau soon to face his first pipeline choice: Walkom

Toronto Star - ‎May 22, 2016‎
Justin Trudeau is perilously close to facing his first pipeline conundrum. Thursday's decision by the National Energy Board to conditionally okay a plan that would move Alberta tarsands oil to the Pacific coast now puts the ball more or less in the ...
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