Meanwhile, our president is a homophobic, transphobic bigot.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is sorry for the “persecution and injustices” LGBTQ Canadians have faced.
New Zealand's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, has said that she regrets sharing an anecdote that suggested President Trump mistook her for the wife of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. “It was a bit of a funny yarn,” Arden told TVNZ on Monday morning, adding that it was “something that I don't want to cause a diplomatic incident over.” […]
The Canadian government will apologize to gay men and women convicted for “gross indecency” and those forced out of the military for their sexual orientation in a formal statement on November 28, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on… Read The post Justin Trudeau: Government Will Formally Apologize to Gay Canadians on November 28 appeared first on Towleroad.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Monday played down suggestions US President Donald Trump confused her with Canadian leader Justin Trudeau?s wife at a summit in Asia last week. Trudeau was supposedly making the introductions...Show More Summary
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Sunday that his government will offer a formal apology for its past discrimination against LGBTQ citizens.
The Canadian prime minister will deliver the apology later this month.
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Human rights advocates praised Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for publicly expressing concerns about the Philippine president's deadly crackdown on illegal drugs, with Human Rights Watch saying the "quiet diplomacy" adopted by President Donald Trump and other world leaders won't stop the killings.
An international rights group has praised Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for publicly expressing human rights concerns about the Philippine president's deadly crackdown on illegal drugs, saying the "quiet diplomacy" … Click to Continue »
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he brought up human rights issues with Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte after US leader Donald Trump failed to do so. The three were attending the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) meeting in Manila, also the tail end of Mr Trump’s 12-day Asia tour. Show More Summary
Canada is committing a 200-soldier rapid response team, helicopters and transport aircraft to U.N. peacekeeping efforts. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled the commitment Wednesday on the second day of a … Click to Continue »
The latest Conservative and Liberal videos of their leaders define the contrast, but don't hint at what's interesting about their rivalry The post Andrew Scheer of the suburbs vs Justin Trudeau and his throngs appeared first on Macleans.ca.
I'm not falling for the prime minister of Canada's game anymore. It's been just over two years since Justin Trudeau took the leadership of the Great White North's liberal government and the internet has been sweating him ever since. Immediately after the Oct. Show More Summary
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte went after Justin Trudeau this week after the Canadian prime minister questioned the so-called war on drugs in the country. Duterte was asked in a news conference Tuesday how he responded when Trudeau brought up the issue of human rights....
MANILA (Reuters) - Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte attacked Canada's Justin Trudeau at the end of a summit of Asian and Western nations for raising questions about his war on drugs, a topic skirted by other leaders, including U.S. President Donald Trump.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he raised concerns about human rights and extrajudicial killings in the Philippines when he met Tuesday with President Rodrigo Duterte, whose war on drugs … Click to Continue »
Justin Trudeau tackled Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte over allegations of extrajudicial killings in Manila's deadly drug war, he said on Tuesday. The Canadian prime minister's comments came the day after US President Donald Trump...Show More Summary
MANILA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raised the plight of Rohingya refugees and extra-judicial killings in the Philippines at a summit of Asian and Western leaders on Tuesday, sensitive human rights issues skirted by almost all the others.
MANILA (Reuters) - Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday said he raised the issue of human rights and extrajudicial killings during a conversation with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who was "receptive" to his comme...