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Justin Trudeau

Trudeau’s Liberals faced heat over Biden’s Keystone cancellation and Canada’s vaccine rollout.
Julie Payette should not get the expense account given to former governors general, the Tory leader says.
From Celine Dion to Anne McLellan, there are a lot of options.
The prime minister said his government will look to improve vetting for high-level appointments such as the governor general.
The Privy Council office had hired a third party firm to investigate claims from current and former employees.
A new U.S. president is in the Oval Office but the same protectionist policies will likely remain.
The prime minister said COVID-19 variants in the U.K., South Africa, Brazil are being monitored closely.
Transition documents suggest the incoming U.S president will quickly rescind the pipeline permit.
The Bloc leader defended his unsubstantiated queries as “legitimate questions.”
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.