Canada's new prime minister, Justin Trudeau, was officially sworn into office on Wednesday. At the ceremony, he revealed his 30 Cabinet Ministers — and 15 of them are women. Not counting Trudeau, who is the 31st member, that means that 50% of Canada's privy council is female. Trudeau also made a number of other changes. He renamed the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration the "Ministry of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship.
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Newly sworn-in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau campaigned on a platform of gender equality.
Former teacher and member of Parliament since 2008 became the second youngest prime minister in Canada
Justin Trudeau, scion of a fabled Liberal Party leader, was sworn in Wednesday as Canada's 23rd prime minister and the first from Generation X.Trudeau punctuated an election campaign promise to take a more open and team-centric appr...