Justin Trudeau


UPDATE: Armed man arrested at Rideau Hall identified as Corey Hurren of Manitoba

The man arrested after an incident involving firearms at Rideau Hall wanted to speak to PM Trudeau. He had recently become unemployed and had grievances about emergency coronavirus measures.

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BREAKING: Man arrested at Trudeau residence was active Canadian Armed Forces member

The man arrested was an active Canadian Armed Forces member. No further information has been provided. This story is developing.

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WATCH: Justin Trudeau suggests Canada is not the best country in the world in Canada Day message

The specific unpatriotic phrase indicating that Trudeau does not believe Canada is the best country in the world was even highlighted in the official tweet.

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Trudeau government spends $150 THOUSAND on unnecessary survey

Justin Trudeau's flagship Oceans Protection Plan policy is unknown to most Canadians, despite the project costing $1.5 billion and a key election pledge.

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WE Charity creates 450 volunteer positions using Trudeau government contract

The controversial WE Charity created 450 online student-volunteer positions at its own organization so to help the $900 million government contract.

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Trudeau's charity scandal latest evidence he thinks rules don't apply to him

It’s the kind of thing that almost nobody could get away with, and something the government would certainly punish any of us for doing. Yet, for Trudeau, he seems to think it’s totally okay.

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Brian Mulroney tells Trudeau to rethink Canada's relationship with China

Brian Mulroney has called for Canada to reconsider its relationship with China and gave credit to Justin Trudeau for not releasing Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in exchange for the two Canadians, Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig.

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WATCH: CTV's 'The Social' says Canada owes reparations towards African-Canadians

One host said that "Black Africans were enslaved in Canada from 1600 to 1834." What she failed to mention, however, was that Canada only achieved confederation in 1867.

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Liberal government provided Trudeau's favourite charity with multiple sole-sourced contracts

The federal government has supplied WE charity—a charity with connections to the Trudeau family—a number of sole-sourced contracts in recent years.

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Trudeau doubles down on putting his favourite charity in charge of $900 MILLION program

Trudeau defended choosing WE Charity as the organization in charge of the federal student aid program after receiving backlash due to conflict-of-interest.

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Conservative MPs demand investigation into 900 MILLION dollar contract awarded to Trudeau’s favourite charity

These Conservatives are calling for an investigation into the Trudeau government's decision to give a contract to the WE Charity.

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BREAKING: Trudeau hints at plan for second wave as WHO says pandemic is 'not even close to being over'

Director-General of the World Health Organization Dr. Tedros told media on Monday that the coronavirus "is not even close to being over," expressing concern over the virus' acceleration in certain regions across the globe.

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Trudeau Health Minister refuses to take responsibility for depleted pandemic stockpile

“The federal government isn’t really in the business of providing personal protective equipment for provinces and territories,” said Hajdu.

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WATCH: Montreal Economic Institute scrutinizes efficacy of lockdown

The MEI has created a video that scrutinizes the efficacy of the lockdown, saying there is no relationship between stronger lockdowns and less coronavirus.

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CBC journalist appears to celebrate news that Trudeau's Liberals are in 'majority territory' thanks to pandemic

In a bizarre tweet on Thursday, CBC journalist Rosemary Barton exclaimed "Huzzah!" in response to the news that Trudeau's Liberal Party has surged in polls due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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