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Justin Trudeau

Justin Trudeau may have a famous last name, but much like Hillary Clinton he’s quickly making his first name the one that
Vic Toews took to Twitter Monday to question Justin Trudeau's involvement in the Vikileaks scandal. The Public Safety Minister
You wanna know the difference between Justin and Pierre? As far as substance is concerned, Justin has given no evidence of his father's panache, his daring, his ideological motivations, his courage, and his curious sympathy for tyrants. Pierre Trudeau relished controversy; Justin Trudeau dreads it.
Justin Trudeau is taking his fighting spirit from the House of Commons into the boxing ring. Trudeau will be boxing against
It may still be true that changes to voting structures and constitutional changes may not cause millions of Canadians to beat a path to our door -- but for the people here, the enthusiasm is palpable. And it is the enthusiasm of Liberal activists which will garner the enthusiasm and support for liberalism in Canada.
If you are one of those people in the basement shouting at the TV news, you are not alone. That's the good news -- we are legion. The bad news? We are rudderless. Back to the good news -- we can fix that. I guess a lot of Canadians really are ready to be outraged by the outrageous. It's about time.
We Canadians need to learn to be outraged by the outrageous. We need to learn that democracy is now a full contact sport that requires us to repeatedly raise our voices in order to be heard, and not to wait for our turn to quietly mark an X on a ballot once every four years.
Liberal MP Justin Trudeau gave quite the striptease Thursday night at the What a Girl Wants gala for liver disease. Lunch
The Liberal Party is considering opening up its next leadership race to the public. Such a move comes with both risks and
Liberal MP Justin Trudeau chided the Conservative government for calling honour killings "barbaric." But why such reluctance to call these heinous crimes using terminology that best describes them? Is it fear of stigmatizing a particular culture or religious community? Is it simply naivete of the worst kind?
About Justin Trudeau
Justin Trudeau is the 23rd prime minister of Canada. He was first elected federally in 2008 to represent the Quebec riding of Papineau. He became leader of the Liberal Party of Canada in 2013 and led the Grits to victory in the 2015 federal election. Born on Christmas Day 1971, he is the eldest son of former prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau.