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Trudeau's Remembrance Day hypocrisy! - This Week in Canada Episode 24

Welcome back to This Week In Canada! In this episode, we talk about the Whole Foods controversy with poppies, Justin Trudeau's hypocrisy with rallies, China demanding respect from Canadians, and Trudeau's destroyed WE Charity documents.

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Welcome back to This Week In Canada! In this episode, we talk about the Whole Foods controversy with poppies, Justin Trudeau's hypocrisy with rallies, China demanding respect from Canadians, and Trudeau's destroyed WE Charity documents.

Articles mentioned this podcast:

Whole Foods bans employees from wearing poppies
Percentage of Canadians who will wear poppy down 13 percent from last year: poll
Trudeau says Whole Foods 'made a silly mistake' that he 'hopes' they 'will correct'
HYPOCRISY: Justin Trudeau joins mass protests against police, but forbids
Canadians from honouring veterans on Remembrance Day
Trudeau announces $221 MILLION black entrepreneurship program dedicated to 'black excellence'
Singh says Trump has done more than Trudeau on police brutality
Chinese ambassador demands respect from Canadians, says China is 'peaceful'
Trudeau Liberals announce new measures to help Hong Kongers come to Canada
Five years' worth of documents ordered in WE probe on Trudeau's speaking fees destroyed






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