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Justin Trudeau

The prime minister was also asked at the Reuters Next conference if he sees Chrystia Freeland as his potential successor.
The country is expected to receive 80 million vaccine doses this year.
Marc Garneau moves to foreign affairs, François-Philippe Champagne becomes industry minister, and Omar Alghabra takes over at transport.
The prime minister said “extremists will not succeed in overruling the will of the people.”
“Hate knows no borders,” the NDP leader said in a statement.
Inside the U.S. Capitol building, police officers fired off tear gas.
The prime minister also said he was “disappointed” in politicians who travelled abroad for non-essential reasons.
"By staying home, by following public health rules, you can be part of the solution.”
The prime minister has claimed the opposition parties “don’t agree” with his post-pandemic plans.
The PM's 6-year-old son soldiered through this horrible year with his signature nonchalance.
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.