Canadian PM Trudeau not sorry for snapping at protester who insulted his wife

RICHMOND, BRITISH COLUMBIA (REUTERS) – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, in an increasingly tight election race, on Tuesday (Sept 14) said he had no regrets over snapping at a protester who insulted his wife, Sophie Gregoire. Trudeau, who has been heckled repeatedly by people opposed to mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations, reacted

Justin Trudeau makes subtle ‘leadership’ dig at Donald Trump during Joe Biden call

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday held his first virtual bilateral meeting with President Joe Biden and dissed Donald Trump without mentioning the ex-president’s name. Trudeau thanked Biden for last month reentering the U.S. into the Paris climate accords, saying “U.S. leadership has been sorely missed over the past

Trudeau says it was ‘unacceptable’ for Toronto MP to hire sister with public funds

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it is “unacceptable” that Toronto MP Yasmin Ratansi hired her sister to work in her constituency office, a job paid for with taxpayer dollars and over which she resigned from the Liberal caucus on Monday night. The federal Liberals are again facing questions about potentially

Justin Trudeau says Canada working with international community on novel coronavirus

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says provincial health authorities won’t be alone in their fight against the novel coronavirus because the federal government will ensure they have the resources to contain and treat cases. The Public Health Agency of Canada has said that Canada is preparing for a pandemic outbreak, though