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Pierre Trudeau

One could wonder how the 1980 and 1995 referendums would have turned out with a Joe Clark or a Preston Manning as Prime Minister rather than Pierre Trudeau or Jean Chrétien. One could point out that Madame Marois was elected in 2012 through denouncing the Harper government's ultraconservative policies. One could well denounce the unilateralism, lack of dialogue and boondoggles that marked federal-provincial relations under Harper, as well as the Conservative government's hodge-podge of ill-advised political decisions with respect to health, justice, training, old age security, immigration... decisions which are proving costly to the provinces.
Star Liberal candidate Chrystia Freeland said something last month that left Justin Trudeau scratching his head. Literally
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Pierre Trudeau once said: "The past is to be respected and acknowledged, but not worshipped. It is our future in which we
Rockabilly legend Rockin' Ronnie Hawkins has had quite a life, one which included partying with then-Prime Minister Pierre
Newly released tapes reveal Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau called President Richard Nixon in May, 1973 to express his "great
Lately it seems like Justin Trudeau spends his life standing on stages in front of red backdrops, but he's had his share
Justin Trudeau made waves online this weekend by posting a photo of himself and wife Sophie dancing behind the scenes at
I have come to the conclusion that Justin Trudeau is a more popular character than his father, Pierre. Justin Trudeau's arrival on the leadership stage has rekindled an inner youth we worried we had lost. And whether or not he wins, he has brought a new sense of life and possibility to much of the land.
In a widely contested 1968 leadership race that went to several ballots, Pierre Trudeau emerged as the winner, and quickly called the election that led to the first majority Liberal government in 15 years. Trudeau served as prime minister for nearly sixteen years, the longest since Mackenzie King.