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  Trudeau, Justin
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NameJustin Trudeau
Côte-des-Neiges, Montréal, Québec , Canada
Born December 25, 1971 (49 years)
Last ModifedCampari_007
Sep 29, 2020 02:16am
Tags Liberal - Internationalist - Pro-Choice - Married - Catholic - Straight -
InfoJustin Trudeau is the eldest son of the late former Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and his wife, Margaret Trudeau. He and his younger brother, Alexandre (Sacha), were both born on December 25. Pierre and Margaret Trudeau separated in 1977, when Justin was 6 years old. Pierre retired as Prime Minister in 1984.

Pierre continued to raise his children in relative privacy in Montreal. Justin studied English literature (BA, McGill University) and Education (B.Ed, University of British Columbia), eventually becoming a teacher in British Columbia. He is currently completing a Master of Arts in Geography at McGill University.

At the state funeral of Pierre Trudeau in 2000, Justin delivered a memorable eulogy.

Justin Trudeau has been a campaigner for winter safety since the death of his brother Michel in an avalanche on a ski trip in 1998. In 2003, he served as a panelist on CBC Radio's Canada Reads series, where he championed The Colony of Unrequited Dreams by Wayne Johnston.

On May 28, 2005, Justin Trudeau married Sophie Grégoire, a former model and Quebec television host.

He is one of several children of former Prime Ministers who have become Canadian media personalities. The others are Ben Mulroney, Catherine Clark, and Justin's younger brother, Alexandre. Though Pierre Trudeau and Brian Mulroney were longtime foes, this rivalry did not carry over to their sons, as Ben Mulroney was a guest at Justin Trudeau's wedding.

On 17 September 2006, Justin hosted a rally in Ramsden Park in Toronto, calling for Canadian participation in the Darfur crisis.

On 25 October 2006, Trudeau appeared on CTV's Canada AM. Asked about what he thought of Quebecers asking for national recognition, he replied that nationalism is "based on a smallness of thought.” His comments were seen as a criticism of Michael Ignatieff's push to recognize Quebec as a nation.

During the 2006 Liberal Party of Canada leadership convention, Trudeau endorsed Gerard Kennedy. When Kennedy dropped off after the 2nd ballot, Trudeau went with him to support former Environment Minister Stephane Dion.


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11/04/2015-11/07/2015 Forum Research 60.00% ( 21.0) 20.00% ( 23.0) 20.00% ( 2.0)
08/02/2015-08/02/2015 Forum Research 39.00% ( 4.0) 43.00% ( 4.0) 18.00% ( 0.0)
07/27/2015-07/28/2015 Forum Research 35.00% ( 3.0) 47.00% ( 3.0) 18.00% ( 0.0)
07/19/2015-07/20/2015 Forum Research 38.00% ( 0.0) 44.00% ( 0.0) 18.00% ( 0.0)

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Jul 30, 2020 01:00pm Scandal Widening charity scandal engulfs Canada's Justin Trudeau  Article IndyGeorgia 
Sep 19, 2019 08:20am News Justin Trudeau: details emerge of third blackface incident  Article IndyGeorgia 
Aug 14, 2019 12:00pm Investigation Trudeau Violated Ethics Law in SNC-Lavalin Case, Watchdog Finds  Article IndyGeorgia 
Apr 02, 2019 07:00pm News SNC-Lavalin affair: Trudeau expels 'whistleblower' MPs  Article BrentinCO 
Feb 18, 2019 05:35pm News Justin Trudeau's top adviser resigns as 'political meddling' scandal widens  Article IndyGeorgia 
Mar 29, 2018 10:00pm News Canadians’ love affair with Justin Trudeau is over  Article Scott³ 

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Wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau May 28, 2005-
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Mother Margaret Trudeau 1948-
Grandfather James Sinclair 1908-1984

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