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The Ugly Canadian II: Justin Trudeau's Foreign Policy - Dissident Voice

The Ugly Canadian II: Justin Trudeau's Foreign PolicyDissident VoiceWhen Justin Trudeau looks in the foreign policy mirror who does he see? Someone very much like Stephen Harper. On the world stage Canada under Trudeau the Second has acted almost the same as when Harper was prime minister. The Liberals have ...and more »

80% of Canadians Would Choose an Atheist Prime Minister - World Religion News

80% of Canadians Would Choose an Atheist Prime MinisterWorld Religion News96 percent of Canadians would not mind having a woman as leader. 94 percent said the same about having a black leader. Equally high numbers were indicated for having Jewish leaders, Indigenous leaders, and an LGBTQ leader. Most surprising is the ...and more »

The Friday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories - Times Colonist

The Friday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top storiesTimes ColonistOFFICIALS PUT FINISHING TOUCHES ON CANADA 150 CELEBRATIONS: Officials in Ottawa are preparing for a flood of half a million people expected to jam the capital's downtown for Canada Day on Saturday. The government is billing the celebration as ...and more »

Mature, less mature and incremental: how federal politics touched us this week - MetroNews Canada

Mature, less mature and incremental: how federal politics touched us this weekMetroNews CanadaOTTAWA — There's so much Canada-red and white on Parliament Hill that when the hundreds of thousands of bleary-eyed partygoers finally finish toasting the country's 150th birthday this weekend, they will be seeing Ottawa awash in a pink haze. Viewing ...and more »

John Robson: Canadians feel for aboriginals, but our patience for too many insults has limits - National Post;

John Robson: Canadians feel for aboriginals, but our patience for too many insults has limits - National Post

National PostJohn Robson: Canadians feel for aboriginals, but our patience for too many insults has limitsNational PostADDS ID OF MAN HUGGING TRUDEAU Prime Minister Justin Trudeau receives a hug Clement Chartier, President of the Métis National Council, as Perry Bellegarde, national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, right, looks on during National Indigenous ...and more »

As US pulls back from world, Canada steps up to fill the gap - Christian Science Monitor;

As US pulls back from world, Canada steps up to fill the gap - Christian Science Monitor

Christian Science MonitorAs US pulls back from world, Canada steps up to fill the gapChristian Science MonitorAlmost since its founding 150 years ago, Canada has built a reputation for forging consensus, particularly on the international stage. And as Washington withdraws from the global community, Justin Trudeau is doubling down on Canada's values. Monitor's ...and more »

John Ivison: Indigenous candidates likely to be overlooked in choice of next governor-general - National Post;

John Ivison: Indigenous candidates likely to be overlooked in choice of next governor-general - National Post

National PostJohn Ivison: Indigenous candidates likely to be overlooked in choice of next governor-generalNational PostSources suggest that, despite Trudeau's previous comments, the new gov. gen. will not be indigenous because a candidate emerged who was 'too spectacular to say no to'. Canada's Governor General David Johnston, left, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.and more »

Justin Trudeau visits activists in Parliament Hill teepee - TheChronicleHerald.ca;

Justin Trudeau visits activists in Parliament Hill teepee - TheChronicleHerald.ca

TheChronicleHerald.caJustin Trudeau visits activists in Parliament Hill teepeeTheChronicleHerald.caThe prime minister met Friday with indigenous activists who have set up a teepee on Parliament Hill ahead of Canada Day. Activist Ashley Courchene explains why the location of the protest is important. 1:44 NDP set to form government in British Columbia.and more »

What can you say about Canada? Sometimes not much: Delacourt - Toronto Star;

What can you say about Canada? Sometimes not much: Delacourt - Toronto Star

Toronto StarWhat can you say about Canada? Sometimes not much: DelacourtToronto StarSoftball question for former PMs about where they felt most Canadian a reminder of the frightening power of the fear of offending. Former prime minister Paul Martin, out of power for more than a decade, and current occupant Justin Trudeau weren't ...and more »

Trudeaus added to headliner list for WE Day - Ottawa Citizen;

Trudeaus added to headliner list for WE Day - Ottawa Citizen

Ottawa CitizenTrudeaus added to headliner list for WE DayOttawa CitizenPrime Minister Justin Trudeau at last year's WE Day event at the Canadian Tire Centre. Tony Caldwell / Postmedia. Share Adjust Comment Print. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau will be on the big stage at WE Day on Parliament ...and more »

Justin Trudeau 'jealous' of immigrants and families who chose Canada - Globalnews.ca;

Justin Trudeau 'jealous' of immigrants and families who chose Canada - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caJustin Trudeau 'jealous' of immigrants and families who chose CanadaGlobalnews.caPrime Minister Justin Trudeau said he is “jealous” of immigrants to Canada and their families, who, he said, have more of a stake in the country than others. “Anytime I meet people who got to make the deliberate choice, whose parents chose Canada, I'm ...and more »

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau makes a statement through sock diplomacy - WCPO;

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau makes a statement through sock diplomacy - WCPO

WCPOCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau makes a statement through sock diplomacyWCPOPolitical figures and celebrities often get praised or harangued for their fashion choices, but this time a world leader's simple pair of socks has the world a-twitter. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau marched in Toronto's gay pride parade last ...and more »

Check out 5 of Canada's most amazing parks — for free - GrindTV;

Check out 5 of Canada's most amazing parks — for free - GrindTV

GrindTVCheck out 5 of Canada's most amazing parks — for freeGrindTVJuly 1 is Canada's birthday, and it's turning 150 this year. To celebrate, the government is giving away free passes to visit their breathtaking public lands. The country boasts 47 national parks, 171 national historic sites and four marine ...and more »

Trudeau says no security risks in Chinese takeover of Canadian satellite firm - Vancouver Sun;

Trudeau says no security risks in Chinese takeover of Canadian satellite firm - Vancouver Sun

Vancouver SunTrudeau says no security risks in Chinese takeover of Canadian satellite firmVancouver SunOTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sought Tuesday to assuage public fears and political complaints that the Liberal government's decision to allow the Chinese takeover of a Canadian satellite technology company would compromise national security ...and more »

Why is Canada's 150th birthday controversial? - The Economist (blog);

Why is Canada's 150th birthday controversial? - The Economist (blog)

The Economist (blog)Why is Canada's 150th birthday controversial?The Economist (blog)CANADA celebrates its 150th birthday on July 1st. An estimated 500,000 people will gather on the lawns of the neo-Gothic parliament buildings in Ottawa on Saturday to hum along with the folksinger Gordon Lightfoot (yes, he's still alive) and to ooh and ...and more »

Canada Day at Out Of Step - City Weekend (registration)

Canada Day at Out Of StepCity Weekend (registration)Justin Trudeau first won the world over with his firm stance against the sexism, racism, bigotry, and just plain stupidity coming out of the orange buffoon that's (unfortunately) sitting in the White House. During the Pride Parade in Toronto, the ...and more »

Ottawa should leave daycare to provinces - Toronto Sun;

Ottawa should leave daycare to provinces - Toronto Sun

Toronto SunOttawa should leave daycare to provincesToronto SunA recent federal announcement marks an evolution in daycare policy in Canada. Historically, it has been the domain of the provinces, but the Trudeau government is looking to interfere — likely to the detriment of good public policy. Ottawa will pull ...and more »

Canada is not about 'bricks and mortar,' PM tells critics of Canada 150 choices - CFJC Today Kamloops;

Canada is not about 'bricks and mortar,' PM tells critics of Canada 150 choices - CFJC Today Kamloops

CFJC Today KamloopsCanada is not about 'bricks and mortar,' PM tells critics of Canada 150 choicesCFJC Today KamloopsCHARLOTTETOWN — Justin Trudeau pointed Thursday to an icebreaker's voyage as a fine example of Canada 150 celebrations, but critics say he's missed the boat in terms of a lasting, bricks-and-mortar legacy from the anniversary. The prime minister ...and more »