A lot has changed for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau since he swept to power almost four years ago. What hurdles does he face as he heads into another election year?
Gallant told The House the changes to cabinet reflect the experience and expertise from different regions of the country.
Trump is right about one thing: Canada charges the US exorbitant tariffs on dairy.Canada's supply-management system rigs the market with centralized price-setting, allocated production quotas, and exorbitant tariffs.
This drives massive profits to a small group of largely corporate farm operations, while the dairy industry has a well-funded lobby and propaganda operation.
Canada's prime minister, Justin Trudeau, won't back away from his claim that "we will always defend our supply management system."
PM didn't respond to reporters' questions on the matter Sunday morning
Trudeau said nothing Saturday he hasn't said before, his office says
The Prince of Wales will succeed the Queen as head of the Commonwealth, its leaders have announced.
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Trudeau attempted to nonchalantly hold his ground as the leaders seemingly ignored him
Statement prompted criticism online and from US Republicans.
Annual gathering in Idaho attracts some of the world's richest business leaders
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau became the latest politician to struggle to shake the hand of US President Barack Obama, resulting in a very awkward threeway handshake which also involved Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.
PRIME Minister Justin Trudeau apologised before the Canadian Parliament for a third time Thursday, saying he expects better behaviour of himself after elbowing a female politician in the chest and grabbing another politician.
It was only a matter of time.
The decapitated head of a white male found Monday night in the southern Philippines belonged to a Canadian taken hostage by Abu Sayyaf militants in September, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed in a statement Monday.
In a remarkable spectacle of money-grubbing over arms deals, this month saw a parade of Western leaders jettisoning any pretense of upholding vaunted “liberal values” to court despotic Mideast regimes.
“Don’t interrupt me,” the Canadian PM quipped.