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Canadian PM Justin Trudeau Honors Life of Prince Philip
"Passing of Britain's Prince Philip being noted, especially in close Commonwealth countries like Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Prince Philip will be remembered as a champion for young people, A decorated naval officer, a dedicated philanthropist and a constant in the life of Queen Elizabeth, the second Mrs
Sen. Scott Calls for 2022 Winter Olympics to Be Taken Away From China
"Senator Rick Scott is looking for international cooperation in his effort to get the Olympic Games moved. Senator Scott says he asked Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to join his call to move the 2022 games out of Beijing. Scott says he's made similar request of President Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The Republican wants the game's moved because of what he calls China's horrific human rights record.
Canadian police discriminated against mother of slain Indigenous man, watchdog says
"Independent watchdog for the royal canadian mounted police found that the force racially discriminated against the mother of an indigenous man who was killed in two thousand sixteen has down carpenter reports. The twenty two year old was killed by a white farmer in saskatchewan. The incident took place during the summer of two thousand sixteen colton. Bucci was shot and killed when an suv. He was writing in traveled onto the property of gerald stanley. Near biggar saskatchewan stanley was charged with second degree murder. He was acquitted by a jury in two thousand and eighteen. He had testified that he fired warning shots and that his gun just went off an independent review found. Rcmp officers acted hurtful e when they informed bush's mother debbie battiste of his death when she had broke down in tears. They told her to get it together and questioned whether she had been drinking. They smelled her breath in searched her home. The complaints commission said on a second occasion they inappropriately visited bush's wake to update his mother. On the case. Perry belgarde the national chief of the assembly of first nations says the ruling by the complaints commission brought a sense of vindication for debbie baptiste. But she did say she experienced racism and discrimination. In nobody would believer the rcmp dismissed it but this independent oversight body proved it. They treated her with racism and discrimination and she persevered through that and now that we know that the big question is how do we fix. It has implemented almost all of the recommendations that stemmed from the reviews. Prime minister justin trudeau said the way the bucci family was treated was unacceptable. And the lawyer for the mother. Debbie baptiste says. Systemic racism underlines the entire case for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.
Canadian tried in China on spy charges, no verdict announced
"Justin Trudeau says China is practicing course of develop diplomacy, calling it a threat to relationships with West as Dan Carbon Chuck. Reports for those comments came is two Canadians detain for more than two years based charges of spying in China, Trudeau calls China's lack of transparency surrounding the trials for Michael Spatter and Michael coverage completely unacceptable. Spammers trial in private concluded Friday coverage has said from Monday the Chinese court will announce verdict set a later date. The tour arrested shortly after Chinese Wall Way executive Mang Juanjo was detained in Vancouver in December of 2000 and 18 on an extradition request from Washington. US wants her to face fraud charges. Trudeau says Ottawa will continue to work for their release. He says Beijing needs to understand it's not just about the two Canadians but about respect for the rule of law and China's relationships with Western countries. For NPR News. I'm Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto, ending a
Genocide, why won't world leaders call it what it is?
"Sounds like term from antiquity. The kind of thing that there might have been an eleventh commandment forbidding it is not the word dates from as recently as nineteen forty four when it was coined by the polish lawyer raphael lampkin to define the holocaust he survived and which dozens of his family did not genocide is also a relatively modern crime though. Humans have fought clan clan tribe on faith on faith and nation or nation for as long as they have been humans. The ambition of completely wiping out an entire bunch of people was substantially thwarted for most of history by the limits of technology. They are arguably cases to be made for rome's destruction of coffee in one hundred and forty six bc and athens conquest of mills to hundred and seventy years before that but the industrialization of extermination is in general and as raffaelle lincoln recognized name modern blights pilot. And i think that's the spirit. The unanimous bill family the biscuit behind by all allstate ratified mile parliaments at the earliest date inaudible advised acumen rights. Forgive given the protection of international law for the sake of progress and international. Lincoln's legacy is the un's nineteen forty eight convention on the prevention and punishment of the crime of genocide and the row continuing unto the present day over what genocide means who is entitled to accuse him of committing it. And what should be done about it if someone has this week. Canada became the second country to officially describe china's repressions of it's largely muslim week minority as genocide. Well after a fashion though the motion passed parliament. Two hundred and sixty six votes to zip canada's prime minister justin trudeau and most of his cabinet sat out. The motion was put forward by the conservatives. Who called on the liberals to send a united message about human rights. The vote was non-binding although it was backed by all opposition parties and some members of trudeau's own liberal party with the pragmatism or cowardice or a bit from column a and a bit from column be this abstention highlights the reason that governments are often pretty reticent about accusing anybody else of genocide. The convention on genocide does not merely oblige signatories to not commit genocide. It obliges them to act if someone else does. It's right there in article one. The contracting parties confirmed that genocide where the committed in time of peace or in time of war is a crime under international law which they undertake to prevent and to punish the trouble with invoking. The g word is that it implicitly summons an assumption of accompanying action which puts into context the motivations of the first country to accused china genocide against the week as the united states in the very lost hours of president. Donald trump's term so possibly laissez noble statement of principle and more the diplomatic equivalent of sewing prunes into the curtains vixen incoming tenant although intriguingly president joe biden's administration has thus far stood by the declaration. We're going to stop the chinese from their actions. We should be gone to the un immediately and so at sanctions against them in the united nations. For what they did. We have to be firm. We don't have to go to war but we have to make it clear. This is as far as you go. China the difficulty is that stopping the genocide very often necessitates confronting the people committing it and this can be risky expensive and difficult to sell to voters whose interest in the travails of people in place. They couldn't point to on globe cannot be taken for granted. This is the conundrum that to site. One inglorious example lead to the us administration of president bill clinton wintering squeamishly about act of genocide in rwanda in nineteen ninety-four had the us formally called the acts of genocide. An actual genocide questions might have been asked about why words were not being accompanied by the eighty second airborne
Biden holds first foreign meeting with Canada's Justin Trudeau
"The. Us president joe biden has spoken with canadian prime minister justin trudeau in his first bilateral meeting with a foreign leader. Since taking office the north american leaders it used their meeting to highlight a number of policy areas where they will work together more on this right now from models news editor. Chris chair mike. he's in london. Good afternoon chris. Hello tina. This is pretty traditional territory. we we might have sort of fall in a of it under the last administration but it's normally a set pieces in it that when when we have a new president in office Canada a discussion with ottawa's normally the first port of call. yes absolutely. It's no coincidence in that sense. That joe biden chose to hold talks with america's next door neighbor. I canada has historically. Of course been i on list and biden stressed in his remarks the as did trudeau but biden. Said you know the. Us has no closer a no immoral important friend than canada. I should say though having said that His first set of major foreign appearances. We should mention. We're actually the g. Seven and munich security conference last week which were sort of really big foreign policy moments for biden but in terms of bilateral of course candidate comes first and when we look at well. There's a there's a very large There's under wall necessarily bet there are certainly A significant border one of the biggest land borders of course Shared land borders in the world and a lot of trade And certainly a lot of traffic not a lot at at the moment though when we look at certainly mending a metaphorically that that border What's significant when we look ahead chris. Well when you mentioned the border itself it's important to say that You know it's a sign of the struggles are the challenges in the us. Canada relationship to be fair as well as the potential because you know both leaders in their bilateral stressed the importance of trade between the us and canada keeping that going keeping the supply of goods going but at the same time. The land border Closure has actually been extended and remains closed until at least the twenty first of march Because of the pandemic so in that sense it is it is one sign that this is still going to be a tricky relationship between the two. Despite the fact that you know in terms of tone and in terms of the words they used a this was a very important meeting. A shift in styles A shift towards cooperation. But there are some major disagreements under the surface
US, Canada pledge to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050
"President joe biden said that he and canadian prime minister justin trudeau have agreed to work towards achieving net zero emissions by twenty fifty. The partnership comes after biden revoke to keep permit for the keystone excel pipeline which would have transported eight hundred and thirty thousand barrels a day of carbon intensive heavy crude from canada's alberta to nebraska
Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meet virtually
"To foreign nations democracy could still deliver for our people. A lot of leaders around the world are trying to make the argument. Autocracy works better, Trudeau says. Like the US beating Cove, it is top of mind. Good job Americans, which could bring up the Keystone XL pipeline. Trudeau wants to proceed. But Biden canceled the project in his first days as President Fox is going all Scott President Biden's pick for AG secretary getting a green light from the Senate today. The city Overwhelmingly approved. Tom Vilsack is agriculture secretary voting to confirm him
More policy, less pomp as Biden-Trudeau meet virtually
"After a virtual meeting the leaders of the United States and Canada a writing a roadmap for jointly tackling issues like the pandemic and climate change for coalbed president Biden would've welcomed Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau in person but this year it was done by video conference our nation share close geography and history that will forever bind us together and tackling the pandemic and economic recovery top the list women are dropping out of work in the work force alarming rates black Latino and native are also another minorities are particularly hard hit prime minister Trudeau applauded bite in for returning the U. S. to the Paris climate accord US leadership has been sorely missed over the past a past years Jackie Quinn Washington
Biden seeks to 'reinvigorate' US-Canada relations in first bilateral meeting with Trudeau
"To a watch list, which could make it the first U. S variant. Added to that list has been Biden oldest first bilateral meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Biden, Trudeau Hold Online Talks as U.S.-Canada Tensions Linger
"President Biden will meet with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, virtually ABC is Karen Travers has a preview of that virtual bilateral meeting. President Biden today holds his first meeting with the World leader. But due to the cove in 19 pandemic, the meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be virtual. The day's events will try to mimic a traditional foreign leader visit even if the president and prime minister will be on screens. After the meetings, President Biden and Prime Minister Trudeau will deliver remarks. A senior administration officials said The discussions are expected to produce what they called a quote road. Meant to reinvigorate US Canada cooperation, the focus in particular on covert 19 climate and global alliances and security. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS
Canada designates the Proud Boys as a terrorist entity
"Has just officially designated the proud boys as a terrorist entity. The Canadian Parliament had passed a motion calling on the prime minister Justin Trudeau to designate the right wing group as a band terrorist group late last month Again, Canada has officially designated the proud boys as a terrorist entity.
Biden’s first call to foreign leader is with Trudeau
"President's first foreign leader call was to to justin trudeau of canada and apparently was completely cordial trudeau did not bring up the the the pipeline that biden cancelled. And just just to give you. The baseline of that pipeline has been laid from from canada to nedal nato londe texas that that is a ongoing pipeline. This is a shorter route. The pipeline goes nearly north south. I'm this was an improvement in efficiency improvement where the the tunnel had in canada would would require that a new section of pipeline belaid and almost forty five degree angle from from alberta through montana and then meeting up in in i've believed south dakota so anyway this is getting entail thousands and thousands of canadian jobs and american union jobs and it's been canceled. Trudeau did not bring that up. It was sort of a formal initial. Hi it's me. Joe biden and i'm the president of the united states now. Maybe you've been catching the
Biden calls Canada's Trudeau, Mexico's López Obrador
"President Joe Biden has made his first calls to foreign leaders since taking office those calls went to neighbors Biden dialed up Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador the Friday calls come in a strange moment for the U. S. relationship with both owned it it could be sued by the city sees young Biden spoke to Trudeau after the Canadian leader publicly expressed disappointment over Biden's decision to issue an executive order halting construction of the keystone XL pipeline though Trudeau also said the new US president is much more aligned with Canadian values I don't think they can I. T. hardens conversation with his Mexican counterpart came a week after Lopez Obrador accused the U. S. Drug Enforcement Administration of fabricating drug trafficking charges against the country's former defense secretary Ben Thomas Washington
Biden's Cancellation Of Permit For Keystone XL Pipeline Faces Mixed Reactions
"Now president biden isn't just focusing on the pandemic one of the first things. He did after his inauguration. Yesterday was to cancel a permit to build the keystone excel pipeline that pipeline would transported crude oil from alberta to the texas gulf coast would have entered the us in montana from their yellowstone. Public radio's kayla roche reports on the mixed reaction to the cancellation tribes and environmental groups. Here and in other states the pipeline would have crossed have been fighting the keystone excel pipeline in court for roughly a decade last year in a video by indigenous collective buffalo defense. Roughly ten for pet tribal members protested in northern montana. They lined up with their hands held up fists and repeated a lakota phrase. That's become slogan. For the movement against pipelines like the dakota access pipeline keystone excel. Johnny were drawing. Water is life. The canadian company behind keystone xl tc energy operates a pipeline which spilled thousands of gallons of oil in south dakota and twenty seventeen and in north dakota in nine thousand hundred activists and tribal members say the pipeline endangers water-quality bricks tribal land treaties and pipeline. Construction brings the threat of human trafficking. Biden's decision to revoke a presidential permit. Donald trump granted canadian developer energy in two thousand nineteen puts a heart stop to the billion dollar project. Among those celebrating was fort belknap indian community council president. Andy work a member of the onny tribe. I'm just really happy. I'm really happy. And i'm really thankful in south dakota the rosebud sioux tribal government. Join fort belknap. In suing to stop the pipeline. Rosebud sioux president rodney bordeaux was busy coordinating cove nineteen vaccinations. When he heard biden cancelled. The permit agreed victory. Hopefully that's the end of it but will continue to fight it we're gonna watch it but pipelines supporters are seeing the collapse of ten years of work. Tc energy which declined to comment for the story. Released a statement in anticipation of the permit cancellation yesterday and said it. Suspending further activity on the pipeline county commissioners in rural northeastern montana where agriculture is the dominant industry said they had been looking forward to the tax revenue which the state estimated at sixty three million dollars. A year extremely disappointed mary. Armstrong a commissioner in montana's valley county where very large county with very few people seems like a perfect place in Perfectly compatible with us montana. Republicans strongly criticized by an institution. But keep an excel has also been supported by democrats here. Including former governor steve bullock and senator jon tester yesterday tester said he still supports the development of the pipeline but with conditions he had encouraged the biden administration to meet with supporters and opponents before making a decision while the pipeline from alberta looks dead for now the premier of that province jason kenney yesterday pushed for consequences the canadian province of alberta invest in one point. Five billion dollars in the project in a statement. Yesterday kenny culver biden and prime minister justin trudeau to discuss the decision. However the us government refuses to open the door to a constructive and respectful dialogue about these issues that it is clear that the government of canada impose meaningful trade and economic sanctions to defend our country's vital economic interest canadian prime minister justin trudeau in a statement expressed. Disappointment invite is decision but acknowledged biden's choice to fulfil a promise. He made during his campaign run
Biden signs executive actions on COVID, climate change, immigration and more
"Work work in in a a partially partially revamped revamped Oval Oval office office yesterday, yesterday, signing signing a a syriza syriza of of executive executive orders orders and and actions actions and and he's he's expected expected to to sign sign 10 10 more more today. It's part of an aggressive new effort to control the Corona virus pandemic. CBS White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe tells us what's on the agenda today. President Biden's new nationwide Covitz strategy includes getting 100 million vaccines into the arms of Americans by the end of April and safely reopening schools in the next 100 days. Divided administration plans to set up vaccine centers of stadiums and community centers and to deploy federal personnel to help administer shots. Overall, Mr Biden is expected to sign 10 executive orders today that, among other things, require mask wearing on planes and trains and establish a health equity task force focused on racial disparities. Mr Biden and the staff got straight to work. On day one. I thought state of Nation days, no time to waste get to work immediately into redecorated Oval Office. The new president signed 17 other executive orders and actions mostly rolling back President Trump's signature policies they end the so called Muslim travel Ban canceled the Keystone XL pipeline permit. And hold funding for the southern border wall. The U. S will also rejoin the Paris climate accord. These air just executive actions. They are important, but we're gonna need legislation for Bother things we're gonna do. The administration is focused on setting a new tone. We're gonna be judged whether or not we restored integrity, the competency. This government and White House press secretary Jen Psaki said there would be a return to regular briefings when the president asked me to serve in this role. We talked about the importance of bringing truth and transparency back to the briefing room. Although Kathy President Biden also made his expectations clear to more than 100 new staff during a virtual swearing in ceremony, if you ever worked with May and I hear you treated another colleague with disrespect Talk down to someone. I promise you. I will fire you on the spot. On the spot. No way Fans air but everybody. Everybody isn't trying to be Tito with decency and dignity. That's been missing in a big way. Last four years. Gonna make mistakes. When I make them. I'll acknowledge that and I'll tell you now I need your help to help me correct him. Also this morning, the Department of Homeland Security is starting a 100 day moratorium on deportations and ending the Trump era policy of requiring non Mexican asylum seekers to stay in Mexico ahead of their court hearings and an example of how the new president is re engaging the world. The White House says that his first call to a foreign leader will be to our neighbors to the north. He's scheduled to speak with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tomorrow, and we'll hear more from
Canada receives first shipment of Moderna COVID vaccines
"A million doses of covert 19 vaccines made by Fizer and Moderna have been administered in the US since the rollouts began. His damn carpet check reports from Toronto. But during his vaccine is amount to be introduced in Canada Health, Canada has determined that the modern a vaccine is effective and safe for use. The first deliveries are expected to arrive by Christmas, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says. Now with the green light, it will start rolling out across the country, he says this month, Canada will receive 168,000 doses, with more coming from both drug makers in January. Madonna has promised Canada 40 million doses by the end of next year. Health experts say Madonna's vaccine is a game changer because it doesn't have to be kept at the ultra low temperatures needed for five years.
Sixteen-year-old First Nations advocate speaks up for clean water
"I'm dr anthony leiserowitz and this is climate connections in two thousand and three josephine. Menam walked around lake superior carrying a of water. It was the first of many walks. The initial avi grandmother took to call for more action to protect clean water autumn. Peltier great niece and a member of the Kong first nation when we're born as national by people automatically given that rule to protect the water in the land sixteen year old. Jay has followed in her footsteps as a water protector and climate activist. My anti josephine is one of my biggest role models and mentors like her aunt. Peltier participates in water walks and speaks at events at just twelve years old. She confronted canada's prime minister justin trudeau about his support for oil pipelines. That she said threatened clean water and at fourteen. She was named chief. Water commissioner for the initial nomination as a chief water commissioner given the role advocating for first nations communities around the great lakes penalties zandt previously held the position until she died in two thousand nineteen when she passed away. She told me to not stop doing the work that i was doing. And not to give up so peltier continues to protect the land and water of her people.
"justin trudeau" Discussed on Front Burner
"So so you've mapped out this standing connection between Trudeau and the we charity, what are the main points brought forward by the Conservatives and the DP who are pointing to this relationship as a potential conflict of interest. Is calling for emergency hearings before millions of dollars rollouts. It looks like Justin Trudeau helping people who are very close to very good friends of his that. Will certainly benefit from this. They do say that there is a problem here and as I say the prime minister has said you know. My family doesn't receive compensation for this now if you ask the Conservatives. So what's so bad about that right if he's not receiving any money? What's the problem in fact? I asked Andrew Scheer that when I was interviewing him on Friday and he said well look at the audiences I mean Justin Trudeau gets a platform. Thousands of young people that he speaks to a chance to get his message. Benefiting from that certainly benefit every time. Justin Trudeau is given a platform to. Speak with thousands of students there will leave it to the ethics commissioner to determine as he has indicated that there will be an investigation into. You'll pardon me for not taking just drills word. Is that not a connection? And certainly it is one of the issues. That the Conservatives and the EP raised when they reached out to the ethics commissioner. The Ethics Commissioner didn't say that he would investigate all the points that the political parties race, but one of them that he thought at least merited further consideration. Was this idea that Justin Trudeau's personal connection to we might be an issue that will not might be is an issue that he needs to explore more closely. And what do you think the we charity stood to gain by taking on this project? Well, it is a very difficult time for the charitable sector as a whole right now and we we do know I should say I. Know we charity. It's tricky with the pronouns on this one. We laid off a significant portion of its workforce fairly early on in the pandemic and I spoke earlier about the fact that this has been a really tough time for charities, and if you think about what we does, you can understand why this would be especially hard for the what do they do? They're in schools. What shutdown schools they do? weedays thousands of people packed into arenas well, that's not happening for the foreseeable future. They actually have A. A sister company a for profit sister company that does what's often called walling tourism's who sending tourists out into the world, different places in South America Asia Africa where they are doing project in the community. Trying to help that community might be doing something like building a school again. Not a lot of travel going on right now, so the model of we certainly going to be severely affected by the covid nineteen pandemic. They laid off A. A lot of their staff. We did ask them precisely what portion? We did not want to comment on that, but it did tell us that. Because of this contract candidate student service granted was bringing back a portion of its staff on short term contracts, so there's that we doesn't make any profit and the prime minister said this. There's no profit for we in this. Of course, the we charity is a charity turns. Don't make profit and I. I think it's important to make the point that no one is suggesting that anyone was lining their pockets here, but it it gave we work to do and a chance to bring back some staff at a time when the entire charitable sector was struggling, and again the the line from the government on this has been that. We was best equipped to do this job although I will say, there are certainly groups that quibble with that particular assessment. And you mentioned before that Trudeau said that the entity that reached out was the public service. They were the ones that suggested that we charity administer grant. A video message from Mark Kill Burger was. Leaked to the press? Minute announcements. That People may have problems receiving jobs and in that video Massachusetts. PM Oh, reach out to to we directly. And now he did walk back those claims later and say that he was speaking loosely and enthusiastically, and he was incorrect in that and it actually was. An unelected official at employment and Social Development Canada. How central is that question of who reached out to we to forge this alliance? I think we should say I just like give credit where credit is due our colleagues at the National Post that broke that particular story and right to say that. That, we believe it was mark Cuban said that that wasn't what happened. But yes, there are a lot of questions being asked about how the civil service came to this particular conclusion that only this one group could do this. People have said why wasn't it the Civil Service itself they've administered all kinds of other programs over the course of this pandemic Were there not other organizations or perhaps a collaboration of? Of different charitable, not for profit organizations out there that could have done this, and certainly that is one of the places that the opposition parties are trying to apply pressure in the midst of all of this. They're saying basically they're saying. Show us the evidence Mister Prime Minister. The time has come. You keep pinning all of this on the civil service in saying that this is the advice that they gave you. Prove it. Civil servants are going to say that there is no there is no other charity that could come close to matching what we could do. Where is the evidence? Did they do an analysis and so certainly as part of this investigation by the Ethics Commissioner? When we might hope at some point to get a bit more clarity on that, but just because we has backed away from this partnership. Don't expect this issue to go away. Hi! I'm Dr Brian Goldman. If you haven't heard my new podcast the dose, this is the perfect time to subscribe. Each week we answer your most pressing health related questions and right now we know you're grappling with covid nineteen on the dose we bring in top experts to answer your questions about the corona virus and post some of our own. Get the latest evidence in a way. That's easy to understand by subscribing to the dose. It's your guide to getting through this difficult time. You can find the dose wherever you get your podcast. Theatres have closed, but the show logo on play me. PODCAST is thrilled to present a new series. The show must go on featuring provocative productions from some of North America's most acclaimed creators for the stage. Sit back and experience everything from chilling thrillers to Gut wrenching dramas to irreverent comedies each month experience the exhilaration of theatre from the comfort of your own home. Me Available wherever you get your podcasts. I WANNA. Ask You about some of the other criticisms aside from this perceived conflict of interest. Some people have come out and said that the whole idea of paying students for volunteer work. Rub them the wrong way. What kind of criticisms have been hearing? Really on sort of both sides of the equation, you have groups like volunteer Canada, which helps link up people to volunteering opportunities and vulgar candidate has said listen. We gave the government some advice about this program, but we actually said we wouldn't administer it. And part of their concern is that it blurs the line. What does it mean to volunteer as it really volunteering if you're being paid for it? It, can you call that volunteering it at all? On the other side of the equation, you have people including Labor lawyers who say wait a minute when you say you have to work a hundred hours to get a thousand dollars and the way this program works is in those one hundred. Our thousand dollar trashes. So you're either GONNA get one thousand two thousand dollars. Etcetera etcetera to five thousand dollars. Well if you work exactly one hundred hours and get paid exactly a thousand dollars. That's ten dollars per hour. That's less than minimum wage everywhere in Canada and people are saying well. Isn't this actually? A system where we are are underpaying students in.
"justin trudeau" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Today where did it all go wrong. The cardis Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in opinion. Why new sex education lessons in schools are failing to keep up breath. I was reporting up in the Arctic in two thousand fifteen and I heard there was a liberal party events at a gymnasium so I thought I'll walk over and go see that and I met him and I talked to him and he would chat. You and you'd you'd see maybe forty five minutes later. He'd still remember that same anecdote that that you told him and you could tell that there was there was a buys in the room. You know his his campaign in you know Justin. We've got to leave. We've got to leave and he says you know now. I just WanNa stay a bit longer. which you know and hindsight's it's pretty pretty savvy political fostering but it made people people feel that he wanted to be there? He wanted to be speaking with with voters he wanted to be seen. It resonated with people who met him in a way that that I think really surprised people. We'll all began so well for Canadian. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau my friends this is Canada and then Canada better is always lettuce Liberal Party historic victory in Twenty fifteen and redefined Canada's image with his dazzling smile and Progressive Valley's. I'm GonNa keep saying loud and clearly that I am a feminist athey he news the end of his first term to is making headlines around the world for all the wrong reasons candidates. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. This photo was obtained named by time and it shows him in Brown face at a two thousand one event. They say living with early was the only one who did anything to his face base. At multiple images of the prime minister mocking their live reality. This is so hurtful to so many Canadians and this Campbell combined with a series of others have dogged the later years of his leadership now his features Canada's prime minister is far from certain from the Guardian. I'm Rachel Humphries. Today in focus is over for Justin Trudeau Leyland. Chaco is a a freelance journalist based in Toronto. We've got this charismatic young in worldly well-traveled Liberal candidate running for prime minister every time he walks down. The street is flocked by fans. He poses for photographs offs and there's this general sense of excitement over Trudeau running for prime minister but I'm talking about here. Elliot Trudeau Justin Trudeau was his father. This is what we call Trudeau Mania in nineteen sixty minutes a world that Justin Trudeau the Prime Minister of Canada to now was born into kind of spent his whole life being a part of it's difficult to look at any list of kind of well respected well known in mired politicians in Canadian history and not fine just father Pierre Elliott near the top of any of those lists. I mean he's widely considered to be potentially kind of one of the greatest prime ministers nesters in Canadian History Pietro was was a person who did what no other politician had been able to do before he made the Liberal Party cool. The candidate. We know today a is very much a product of Pierre Elliott Trudeau peachy day sounds like a tough act to follow Pierre. Trudeau was probably the toughest act for any politician to follow appear. Elliott is is is this kind of he was described by one person is is the combination of Marlon Brando and Napoleon. He's this swamp. You know incredibly well addressed political leader who drives sports cars and Justin Trudeau unfortunately has always had the label of being kind of the Paris Hilton of Canadian politics and what do we know about Justin's childhood. I was growing up a petri dish shanty like him. Justin is is is an interesting character rain in Canadian politics because he was born while his father was prime minister and in the result he lived very publicly he really kind of had a pivotal moment when his father passed away in in two thousand when he gave this heartfelt emotional eulogy it was televised across the country is kept his promises and earned his sleep should about he had a clear mastery. Austria of of of capturing a room and speaking he resembled his father in many ways and just shoot ever express an interest in politics well he was growing up growing up. Justin Trudeau never felt as though he had very serious political leanings I mean he kind of bounced around to different jobs. Obviously was briefly a snowboard instructor. He worked as a drama teacher. Teaching at times math and French she was involved in kind of youth outdoor activities and there. There's no real indication that that the son of Canada's potentially most famous prime minister really odd deep political yearnings and he actually wrote him the Globe and Mail that yeah I don't read newspapers. Don't watch the news I figure if something important happens. Someone will tell me and I think it was. It was very much Justin Trudeau telling the public public. I'm not the person that my father was despite this treated came more involved with his father's Liberal Party in the early two one thousand and in two thousand seven was selected as their candidate for a safe seat in Montreal they go to the polls for for the leadership race and this is kind of trudeau the against different liberal candidates he just wins by a landslide we say he's taking politics seriously one of his first big political outings an MP in pay in two thousand twelve was in a boxing ring talk.
"justin trudeau" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Aw aw our guest tonight is the man behind one of the most famous leaks of government secrets in history and what Snowden is joining us on the show everybody the tonight show. Donald trump breaks out his shopping again. Rony Chang finds robots in a bar and Justin. Trudeau has a very duck passed so let's catch up on today's headlines. Let's kick it off with President Trump's trip to the west coast yesterday. The president's popped into California to host some fundraisers talk about housing issues stuck up on edibles but easily the highlight of his trip was getting to visit his favorite trialed the border wall president trump took time from a fundraising trip to visit a chunk of border wall and Otay Mesa California he he met with several construction workers and was invited to sign the wall which he did with a sharpie he boasted about the wall calling it the Rolls Royce of border barriers. It's designed to absorb heat so it's extremely hot. The Wall is you won't be able to touch it so if they're going to climb they're going to have to bring hoses and waters water and we don't know where are they gonNA. Hook it up because there's not a lot of water out here. Do you think you're going to cut it with a blow torch. That doesn't work because you hit concrete. This wall can't be climbed. It's very very hard. We had twenty mountain climbers timers. That's all they do. They love to climb mountains and this was the one that was hardest and so begins season one of Mexican Ninja Warrior the if you forget the xenophobe and all of the racism. It's pretty cute how excited the trump gets about his wall. He reminds me of little kids bragging about what they've built out of Lego. Have you ever seen them. You know what it'd be like a super strong and dishes for the policeman in the camp break and destroy the lasers and the transfer window Mexicans Com. It's funny how trump signed the war with a sharpie like he's worried we're. I'm not gonNA know who built it is so insecure. No other president physically signs their accomplishments like Abraham. Lincoln didn't go up to the slaves like your free now wholesale wholesale there you go now. The problem for trump is that sometimes his enthusiasm actually gets them in trouble because he gets carried away and he says secrets that he's not supposed to one thing. We haven't mentioned as technology. They're wired so that we will know of somebody's trying to break through and you may want to discuss instead a little bit. General Samaritan not discussing it okay like that. That was a great answer. I'll just tell you they're wired okay. They're wired again. Tell me that's not adorable. Trump is so excited about the war that people have to stop him from expanding its weaknesses. There's a door that opens. If you cut the wire right here you cut the right way but we won't tell them as the red one we won't tell them and Kudos Kudos to that God. This is so slick there could be some meriden not discussing that sir. That is the nicest way I've ever heard someone. Say Shut up we should we should all start using that right yeah next time you tell your boss that you've missed work for a funeral and your co workers like what you said you were at the beach. You could be uh-huh there could be some merit in not discussing that Bob Alright. Let's move on to an alarming new report about air travel. It's like coming up. You may want to be careful about what you drained because a new study looked at the water safety from a dozen major airlines and those airlines with the cleanest water are Alaska Airlines allegiant Hawaiian Air Frontier and South West while the dirtiest water is a found onboard Delta American united jetblue and Spirit Airlines. Is that might surprise you right. The study suggests sticking with bottled water on planes and avoiding the coffee and tea. You can also use hand sanitizer instead of washing your hands in the bathroom turns out. If you've been drinking on a plane you'll bowels maybe endanger and honestly this was surprising to me because I always knew that the water in the bathroom wasn't for drinking right. I used to wash your feet but I didn't know that the water they serve you can also be dirty like how does it get that bad. Why do they take the hotels from business. Classes squeeze the water into economies that what they do. Here's like what does that taste so that is the taste of success and that list was pretty interesting as well. You've got an Alaskan at the top and then all the way at the bottom is spirit airlines and I know I know. Some people think spurts should be ashamed that the number ten Chen but to be honest. I was impressed that they have water on their flights. Normally only refreshments on spirit our own tears of regret spur alands Elon's. I'll watch is the least of your problems. Tomorrow Is September twentieth the Big Day when everyone is supposed to raid area fifty one and all those things just started out as a joke it turns out they might actually find something in the US Navy now confirms UFO videos made public by the New York Times and a UFO research group back in two thousand seventeen are the real deal images of that rotating thing captured by US Navy aircraft sensors locking in on the target commander. David Fraser saw it firsthand during training mission describing like a forty foot long tic TAC the ability to hover over the water and then start a vertical climb from basically zero up towards about twelve thousand on fee and then accelerate in less than two seconds and disappear is something I had never seen in my life. The Navy says it still doesn't know what the objects are and officials aren't speculating speculating holy. Shit I hope that's a UFO because it was a giant tick tech giant Texas flying around the sky but would you guys understand what's happening here. The US government is officially confirming officially that in two thousand seventeen the navy saw a UFO and I hope I really. I hope it isn't aliens because it would be really bad time for them to visit Earth. Can you imagine they'll take us to your lead and we'll be like ugh sorry. He's signing a wall right now. That's the headlines. Let's move on top story the Justin Trudeau Canadian Prime Minister and Hot Dad in the Disney channel movie ever since he came into office he has has been embraced as Woke Bay by everyone from liberals all the women and trump's family. I mean look at that if 'cause looking at trudeau the way Takashi six nine looks witness the protection and the reason those have been popular is because he's being a women's rights advocates right. He's been a champion for environmental reforms and he's been very reactive in connecting with minority communities but now we're learning that he may have connected with minority communities a little too much another major story this wanting to re election campaign campaign of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is suddenly in turmoil after a photo surfaced of him wearing brown face. These photo newly discovered discovered by Time magazine shows him in Brown face nearly two decades ago the picture from the two thousand two thousand one yearbook of a private school where Trudeau was. The teacher shows the then twenty nine year old wearing a turban robes and dark makeup. There are so many problems with this photo first of all. It's obviously never okay to do black face and secondly if you are going to talk in your skin at least get the color rights yeah. Rosen dressed as Aladdin. He's dressed. Latin doing black face. That's not the color of a ladder when he join and also to didn't even need the brown face to make the costume work. He's in a full Aladdin outfits. At an Arabian nights themed party. No one was gonNA seem and be like white skin the snowman frozen so time magazine published this photo of Canada's Prime Minister the stuff in Brownfield and in response to Hopton his magic competent stretcher press conference to apologize in two two thousand one when I was a teacher out in Vancouver. I attended an interview gala. The theme was Arabian Nights Way. We dressed up in eleven costume and put makeup. It was something that I didn't think was racist at the time but now I recognize recognize. It was something racist to do. I've always and you'll know this been more enthusiastic about costumes than is is somehow is sometimes appropriate to says he also wore black face for a high school performance where he's saying the Harry Belafonte Song Deo when I was in high school school I dressed up at a talent show and Sang Dale with with with with makeup on this is no good man because you realize what happened here. Trudeau came out to apologize for one black face and ended up admitting to more aw he's like. I did Brown face Aladdin and I did black-faced when I sang the Song Dale and now if you'll excuse me daylights coming and me one goal it's funny. It's also funny how Trudeau says he only did this because because he's more enthusiastic about costumes than is appropriate because besides being problematic it also sounds like Justin Trudeau would be the most annoying person on Halloween alouine. It was like if he commits that much he's wife is like Justin. Have you seen my keys like me. Not Justin me how how have you seen my keys. It keys hopefully ductile and look and look to instances of blackface would be bad enough but it turns out we call this a black face controversy anymore because apparently trudeau has been going full body video uncovered by Global News which which has been verified containing images of Liberal leader Justin Trudeau in black face makeup gets pretty grainy. We are looking at Justin Trudeau in this video you you can see that he has black face makeup on its covering his face neck his arms and hands and you can see between the terrorism jeans there that he also appears to have the make-up down his legs as well he has on his like. He's wearing jeans but he still did the legs. This guy's is committed. 'cause most people do the face but Trudeau was like black neck black back black pussy and black crack. He's like I'm doing all all of its aside from the obvious offensiveness of it. Having black makeup on your entire body Muslim causes a lot of problems as well. I think about like the whole leaving makeup on doorknobs CBS. You're getting it on food. It must have been terrifying for any white person he met who didn't know he was in black face 'cause if you touch them then you leave a black handprints on them and why people panic and they're like. Oh my God. I think black people make other people black. Oh my God I heard about this on facebook so what the Canadian election just one month away. Many are wondering if this black face scandal is going to hurt you those chances of being reelected and to be honest. I'm just sad to see another black man. Being brought down breaks my heart the when you look at Trudeau and an old these new stories of black face coming out every day at some point we have to admit that this problem is bigger than and some people would like to believe from the governor of Virginia to multiple TV stars and every FRAT party in town. It seems that when white people get their hands on Brown makeup they just cannot help themselves so we need to treat this like the epidemic that is which is why today ladies and gentlemen. I'm proposing a buyback program to get black face off. The streets also think we need red flag loss few here your white friend talking about buying again after a week for the school talent show we stop that before it happens and for those people who already have a black face photo that hasn't come out yet. We need to have one day of amnesty or you can put it out online without getting cancelled and don't use this as an excuse to make new black face voters cast you white people old photos only don't abuse the amnesty today and last but not least we need makeup companies to start taking responsibility for the products..
"justin trudeau" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"It's the same way that you can have a conservative. That doesn't believe in fiscal responsibility. I do understand the frustration though grant because it's like you you got this angel and devil on your shoulder and the devil because I feel it too. I'm like well. He should resign. He should have his life ruined. He should have to face all of these consequences that all all of these conservatives have had to face for far less so if I was the conservative candidate against Justin Trudeau and thank God I'm not because I don't live cannon right. I would come out and say hey. This is what political correctness gets you. You're the left. You pushed all this nonsense. Look what it's doing to your candidate. Now I can beat him on the issues. I can beat them on messaging pitching. I can beat him on ideas. I don't need this. You OUGHTA move on but this is what political correctness gets you. It's ruining Canada just like ruining America. He's got legitimate problems though beyond this this might just send him over the edge but he's giant Weenie and he's a giant but he's he's. He's got a major corruption corruption scandal that he's having to deal with about like pressuring. I think their version of the attorney general maybe that's what it's actually called into dropping a case. He's got issues. I personally don't think we're going to put up with seeing in his face too much which you remember when I got elected and everyone was like Oh. It's so great. He's so handsome. He's so charming. Last long didn't last long and then he was an Indian like with his whole family dressed up like it was not the biggest pandering thing I've ever seen in a while like this guy is he's speed dresses entire family of an ending clothing to go go to India like you and your surprise. This stuff is coming out now. Will the leftover learn their lesson probably not back in a minute before we get back into the conversation. We want to thank our sponsor relief factor grant and I were just talking about this air. You have a a hip problem. I have a torn liberal tear label tear in my hip and so before for you guys call me for today. I was literally. This is not a joke I was on my phone looking at relieffactor after being here and hearing you and Glenn Pitch it I'm trying and then and then our producer popped up as you're you're looking at trying to yes. Can you make it try it. You really have to try it. We gotta get you a pack because it it really truly works. It's done wonders for Glenn I use it. It's done wonders for me as well. I've got some back problems from a car accident or I mean. Maybe you are adjust. You've reached the age like unfortunately I won't speak for anyone else but I have where you just like. You Sleep and it somehow makes you in pain. When you wake up you can start sleeping. I wake up and I'm like Oh my gosh. What did I do to my neck my really this old already. She's the youngest one I don't like. I don't want to be offensive so I'll just talk about me talk on identified nap injury but seriously if you're one of many Americans living in pain you don't have to do that. Maybe you're trying prescription drugs on you. You're dealing with bad side effects. It doesn't have to be that way relief factor. It's one hundred percent drug free. It targets the inflammation in your body. Try Three Week quickstart pack see if it works for you seventy percent of the people who try that quick start pack go on to keep ordering more. It's working. I'm for that many people..
"justin trudeau" Discussed on Front Burner
"I I want to get into some of the reaction here in a minute. We're GonNa talk about Andrew Scheer and sort of get into this back and forth that we've been talking about you know these parties have been criticizing each each other for how they've been responding to like other problem candidates but I think the most important response that we need to talk about tonight is from Jagmeet meets sing himself and he was the first of the party leaders to respond of course he himself wears a turban and Justin Trudeau was wearing turbine in this photograph from two thousand one. I WanNa play for you I what he had to say before Trudeau's apology anytime we hear examples of Brown face or black facing it's really it's it's it's making a mockery of someone for what they live and what the relived experiences are. I think he's answer for it. He's got to answer the question why he did that and what does that say about what he thinks about people who because of who they are because of the color of skin face challenges and barriers and obstacles in their life and NBC. I also WANNA play you clip from Jagmeet later in the night. He came back on for another statement. jug thing was visibly emotional. Wow I face a lot of racism in my life and I can be on with you. I thought back when I fade racism I back my fists but there's a lot of people that want to do that. One of my friends told me how he wasn't able to do that. Zing this image today the kids that see this image the people to see this image are going to think about about all the times in their life that they were made fun of that they were hurt that they were hit that they were insulted that they were made to feel less because of who they are and I wanNA talk to those people right now when I talk to all the kids out there all the folks who live this hour grown up when are still feeling the pain of racism. I want you to know that you might feel like giving up in Canada. You might feel like giving up on yourself. I want you to know that you have value you have worth you are loved and I don't want you to give up when Canada and please don't give up on yourself fascia thoughts on things responser his responses well. I think it's obvious that he's coming from a perspective that so many Ed political leaders are not and unique especially in this race to become prime minister in this country I thought he was incredibly genuine and it was especially that second statement that was emotional and instead of you know all out an an all out attack on the prime minister rather sort of focusing on the impact which kind of gets lost in the conversation around politics of the hurtful nature of those what that photo represents and then of course you know he can speak to it better than better than I can and he did in. I I just think that it's it's kind of seminal moment for him. In this in this campaign for absolutely a note he also said at the end that he'll let the public decide whether troodos apology with sufficient and he wasn't going to comment on that yeah which is I mean a very specific way of answering these questions he could have gone up and said he should resign he could have said this is unacceptable. He could have said a lot of things I think he spoke from his own experience and from his own perspective and like I said it's such a unique one that made what he said so genuine.
"justin trudeau" Discussed on Front Burner
"Hey Jamie wow wow was right. That was a shocking development yup. Definitely I think you and I have mentioned there's kind of been an absence of moments that turn the dial or change things in this is definitely finitely it and I this certainly looks like something that could move the needle. I want to get in to that with you a little bit later but first let's talk about. This picture described this picture to me. I'm looking at the picture right now. this is a picture that was published in time as you mentioned a Mr Trudeau is flanked by three women if you're if you're looking to the looking at it head on the left of him as well as another woman to the right he's dressed up completely and including his hands painted painted in Brown face he says that he he was you know he put makeup on himself. this was at a party when he was twenty nine years old in two thousand and one at the school will he attended where he was teaching at at the time well private school yeah it's called West Point Grey Academy community and and how do we think time got this photograph well. They are very explicit about it. Actually it's they say that earlier this month. They obtained a copy of the yearbook in which this photo was like the photo was in the yearbook at the yearbook was called the view and they got it from Vancouver businessmen. They say named Michael Adamson Maha who was part of the West Point Grey Academy Quote Unquote Community He was not at the party. The party was attended by school faculty administrators and parents of students and he said Mr Adamson that he I saw the photograph back in July and felt it should be made eight public okay so that's how they got it okay and and I will say in this photograph Justin Trudeau is certainly wearing the most intricate kurt costume of the bunch. He is the only person in Brown face yes obsolete and it says his spokespeople say it was a photo taken while he was teaching Vancouver at the school's annual dinner which had a a costume theme of Arabian nights attend with friends and colleagues and he was dressed as a character from Aladdin okay so very quickly after the story broke which I think was just after dinnertime. Justin Trudeau responded and here is what he had to say last night in Halifax. Was this bottle racist. You're just yes yes it was I didn't consider it a racist action at the time but now we know better and this was something that was unacceptable yesterday you you'll be allowed to stay. I'm going to be asking Canadians to forgive me for what I did. I shouldn't have done that I take responsibility for it was a dumb something to do. I'm disappointed in myself on pissed off at myself for having done it. I wish I hadn't done it but I did. It and I apologize for primarily to to put it into some sort of wider context. You have to remember the last time of speaking to you. Jamie we were talking about candidates and the Liberals Criticism of Andrew shears position which was if stuff has happened in the past and you say sorry about it. He people can be forgiven right as long as someone takes responsibility for what they said and and and and addresses the fact that in two thousand nine hundred and some things have sent in the past are inappropriate today he was resoundingly criticized by not only Justin Trudeau but the the Liberal Party for saying saying that last night that's exactly what Justin Trudeau asked right for forgiveness for forgiveness because he regretted his actions he has moved on since then and and he thinks differently now and he apologized right and he said he should have known better and I will say a very significant piece of information that came out of that press conference. Justin Trudeau admitted that he'd actually done this before. Is that the only time in your life you've ever done something like that. when I was in high school I dressed up at a talent show and saying Dale with with with makeup yeah and then actually even beyond on many of the second instance at the end of the press conference and other reporter asked whether or not there is anything beyond those two incidents in just WanNa read exactly what he said Ed the reporter asked. Do you want to Canadians about any other instances where you were concerned a racist hot walk-throughs around I think I think it's it's been plenty. the fact of the matter is that I've I've always and you'll know this been more enthusiastic about costumes than is somehow is sometimes appropriate but these are the situations that that I regret deeply that the only two of their more of the situations I regret the he's not unequivocally saying no we'll check immediately sort of makes me question if there are more right and this idea about him being enthusiastic about costumes. I'm not entirely sure what he was referring to. I thought aww maybe he was referring to his India trip. Yes he went. She was widely roundly criticized for wearing you know a very elaborate outfits with his wife and and family.
"justin trudeau" Discussed on Sidenote
"Like, there's a way that they I don't think that they can necessarily recover from the optics of this to women really coming forward and saying this was a mistake. And I think in my opinion, though, like in the larger picture like I'm proud that. They did that. And they came forward and said those things, but I do think there's a lot more at stake here. And I think what frustrates me is that as someone who is left leaning who has done a lot of research, even for example with what's going on in America right now with Fox News and how they literally are disseminating fake in Frahm agenda. They are feeling comfortable with using propaganda. And they've studied literally studied right wing establishments. Like, Fox News and the way to disseminate information and left wing and they've found that right wing. People are a lot more comfortable with fully lying with literally not telling the truth. And I think that is really scary. Because. I'm not saying yet that necessarily that's service are going to do. But Doug Ford, the conservative leader of Ontario, certainly is comfortable with that. So there is this level of like, okay? We can't not we can't just allow us all to go. Okay. Justin Troodos, bats. Now. We have to flip the switch and we've done our stand. Like in a nuanced way where our opinions lie, and I just don't think people have the time and energy to be doing that. Like, I think I really got to understand this because I know we wanted to talk on this podcast. It's confusing. It's I would just like want people to know that it is exciting to learn about these things and it is important educate yourself on what's going on. But you're right. This could be the thing that ruins Justin Trudeau's legacy, which I don't know if necessarily that is fair based on what happened. But I do really think that there is a world where it's like this these things need to happen in order for things to change and just because you claim to be a feminist and you use all of these on raise for yours to can't exploit them. Don't actually standing to their standard. You know what I mean? Can't exploit progressivism is that a word also being held to its judgment. And in really like gain the benefits of the world's stage thinking of you as the leader of the progressive movement. Then these things are going to come back and haunt you. If you don't handle them properly. It's one of those frustrating things where it's like, the great power comes great responsibility. And he, you know, he really propped up his responsibility as that person. And he'd maybe we expect so much of people like this to be permanent. But for me, I think I heard an interesting, quote, I don't know if it was from him as someone was talking about him. They said like don't. It was like don't compare me to this is going to be a really botched version of this. But it's like don't judge me by the standard of God judge me by the standard of who. I'm up against. Yeah. Which is like an interesting thing because right now everyone's like, he's so bad. But then I think the end of our whole conversation here has been like, but we should really be evaluating the liberal party against the other parties they're running against and not to the standard of being perfect. When it comes to this when it comes to the election right now, we can judge I think, but then when it comes the election. It's like this doesn't stand. Nice elation of the comparison between when the is actually stand for anything. So one last thing that I want to say is that what this continually makes me feel and I just is that we need women to be in power is like something I really think that needs to happen. And then think for that to happen need to start stepping down their responsibility. I think we need to be propping women up which he actually did gender parity, but we need to go even further. I think climate change is the biggest issue of our time. We all need to be focusing on. So when the next election comes the conservative government is not the government to vote in the other two parties are the ones that are better at it. But I think Justin Trudeau has made a huge mistake with the pipelines in Canada..
"justin trudeau" Discussed on Sidenote
"Among any of the. Seven nations, and like he has done a lot of things for refugees to respond to Syrian newcomer. And there were some programs that we use that I was looking at that he actually initiated that did make the settlement of has gone a lot easier. Like I firsthand like I had to go through specific government overseas things, and I was like, wow, okay. Justin Trudeau created these like as someone who obviously thinks candidate needs newcomers in order to survive like the east coast literally is an aging population. People need to understand that. If we want our economy just five we need newcomers to Canada. He did help do that. Which is the right thing to do ethically. But also from an economic perspective we need people to come to Canada. So I just think like that was something I've got to experience firsthand that was thankful to some of the policies that he and his administration had brought in and I was like that wouldn't have been the same case if there had been someone elected in the conservative government. I'm sure so he's done. Good things. I think is what you're trying to say. Yeah. And I think that for like you said, I do think in some ways, and I like. I won't paint conservatives especially conservatives in Canada with a blanket brush because I think it is a much different country than America right now. But it is like I worry that these things have an always do happen. And I wonder like you said like if it was within the conservative party, would it maybe have just never come out because there weren't progressive candidates like we've had right now. And I know genuinely think that that wouldn't happen. And so that's the frustrating part of that could lose an election. And that's something that I'm sure like they the two women who have left now are going to have to think about. So that is maybe not fair to throw on them when they're like. But I'm standing for my. What's that? Asleep at night. That's the thing that for me. I'm trying to figure out I think like big picture. This is a good thing. This is a good moment for democracy to have a woman come forward and face all these people and say, you know, what I feel was unethical happened. And this is how and this is why and that we actually get to see the inner workings of politics, and even listening to Jerry butts will never get over that name even listening to Jerry butts like half to speak today about how they went through the decision making of how to move people around within. It was like we don't actually have to hear about this that often. I even if we do I don't listen to it. So we're all hopefully tapped in and I think what I worry about is that a lot of people. This is a scandal that I've been so excited to read about maybe preparing for this podcast. But we have a lot of peers you've just like glaze over these headlines, and maybe we'll leave this thinking. Oh, wow. Justin Trudeau is corrupt. And all these things that I'm like, well, it's actually really important that you read what happened people's opinions read out. I think these women in many ways are standing up for what is right. And I like. I'm so proud of them for doing that. But like understand what the other options are in the next election. Obviously Andrew shears using this as like a moment to be like he needs to step down as prime minister. And all these things which I don't agree with. Oh, yeah. Also because people have talked about in Ontario right now, the similar things have happened with our conservative government. Yes..
"justin trudeau" Discussed on Sidenote
"So here we go. Here we go some thoughts talk about Justin Trudeau. Okay. Let's try and like Chuck chat about this through the lens of him. So what I find so interesting about this whole case is that I think it's helping people really understand and make politics become something that is not so confusing. And it seems kind of simple. It's like it sounds confusing. It theory because these companies that clearly a legal things they need to be charged. But these companies also employed Canada like what do you do? So I'm empathetic to like all sides of this. Yeah. Me too. But one thing that I would say is that I find I when she talks about the way that Jodie Wilson. We'll talks about the way that they cut sort of hassling her to you know, maybe change her decision. Maybe get some more insight into these things and even the way. That she has said that gesture true droves did set. You know, I am the MP in the back like if we lose all these jobs, or if they lose these contracts in Canada that could influence the election like that's what he insinuated things. Like that. Just makes me like oh my God. Okay. This I'm glad that we're bringing to light that this is corruption. This does happen in government. And I think that it's really not good optics for him because he's sort of ran and came into power and was really good at taking to the stage, the world stage as this person who's going to speak for the people, and like be anti corruption and be very democratic be like, we believe in democracy, and we're going to follow these rules, and we're not going to be behind the scenes like so many other governments have trading and benefiting auto stuff benefitting off of the tax payers dollar in this sort of thing. So one thing that just made me so frustrated and all of this because we're can talk maybe now or later, but how this is potentially going to loosen the election. And I think what's frustrating to me is that when I think about the conservatives, and I think what other. I'm sure this happens a lot. I get it. It doesn't always. And I think that's why these women are in my opinion. Awesome. They're almost acting as whistle blowers to allow the public to understand that these things happen all the time. But he hasn't spoken down the barrel of the camera to the Canadian people in a way that has sounded like authentic real. Yeah. He ran on a platform of being real. Yeah. And I mean, some people have always questioned said that you were like, yeah. But there was a point where I was like, okay. He feels more real than most politicians. I like when a politician can just talk off the cuff and not sound so scripted. And it is like, yeah. I I wish right now that Justin Trudeau would sit down and put a YouTube video out or a livestream just like. And this is like it looks bad. I'm gonna talk through what happened from my perspective. I think one difficult thing is that. In all these articles in all this information. It's the prime minister's office. So he has a team of people. So it's not necessarily him. Who's the person Ness-like telling them that they have to change this. Right. Even he might be behind the scenes asking people to do that. But from like, Jodie Wilson, Ray, Boltz perspective. Like he wasn't coming to her being like you need to change it because he has a whole team of people who manage listening. Yeah. So she was saying that she was being reached out to by law different like staffers on his team. And then obviously that one meeting with him specifically to her face saying like mentioning it, but not young like, oh, I'm not pressuring. But like just I wanna make sure we all on the same page and aware of what's going on. So then he did talk to the public today. And I watched it, and he also had like Jerry butts law of that name his like his literal best friend from like university. Who also was his. Yeah. His principal secretary who came forward and try to portray that this was a lack of sort of. A lack of trust and like misunderstanding between different size like she obviously took that being like being demoted from like attorney general to become like the veteran's affair minister as like a d motion..
"justin trudeau" Discussed on Sidenote
"It's also not related to Justin Trudeau it's related to a new study that came out, which is kind of hammering home the same point that vaccines do not cause autism. So they did like a huge another huge long study over six hundred and fifty thousand kids, and they realize that the the significance of this study over any others. Was that not only did it find that vaccines don't cause autism? They also found that it doesn't trigger autism in kids who are who are at high risk to get them. So that was sometimes an argument like, but what did my kid, maybe could get autism more likely and evac Zine kind of like kicks it into gear. And they realized by studying this it was like watching kids over over a decade and then following up with them, and that's six hundred fifty thousand kids again. Yeah. No link and no there's a lot to say about this other than it's just exhausted article that it did saw based on one study that the. Author has redacted that people always linked back to their has. Now been I think this this seventeen previous major studies that have found no link between vaccines and autism. And sorry, I shouldn't necessarily say like all that scenes this study and all those studies were on the m m our measles mumps rubella. But that's the one that all the kids get when they're young to like protect them. Yes diseases. They're at high risk from so. Yeah, I mean like I don't have anything else to say other than like stop spreading this false. I it doesn't mean. We can't say, hey, let's make sure vaccines are still safe in any new vaccines. We should be claiming that. Yeah, it's really it's no longer appoint the scientific community. You know at this point. It's just like it's done and measles are back Q. Good job. Everyone measles or back. It seems It like. seems like there's more celebrities than ever that are like supporting this notion. So that's a weird part of world. We live in in. How how do we make people listen to science? That's consistent thing that we're gonna be talking about it for the rest of live story Tonton. So today we are talking about Justin Trudeau in the midst of a controversy here in Canada. If you don't know about it. We are going to after the middle break go into this SNC lava Lynn controversy got to our opinions now on Justin Trudeau as people who in our story time. I wanna talk about voted for him. Yeah. I won't say too much about it. Now other than for especially like Americans are people around the world who have no idea big deal now in the New York Times on there, like Canadians who don't even quite know. So we'll explain it. Explain the whole thing. But for now just know that there is like quite a scandal going. It's a big deal for us Canadians. Ooh. I it's juicy juicy juicy. So before we got into that. Let's talk a little bit about Justin Trudeau and our history with him because we do have some stories kind of about him and to start..
"justin trudeau" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"The. When someone for his you a picture of Justin Trudeau hugging panda or Justin Trudeau like trying to get a high five from an English. Prince like, what do you think? It's it's just I'm maybe more cynical than most. But it's been it's been interesting to watch the conversation kind of come along to my snarky and sometimes shitty. Outlook of the world. I was deeply suspicious of the sky from the beginning. This is Jesse Brown. He runs a website called canon land. He's Canadian and he's got a lot to say about Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the scandal. He's dealing with right now. I was suspicious because I went to the same university is him and he's a few years older than me. And I heard from a professor of mine that he used to rollerblade to class, and that's all needed to know about them. Make use his vision. He's just you know, there's a certain kind of wealthy and entitled Canadian royalty. Who kind of you know, they can kind of for a few years. Look a little rough around the edges and. Sale the right things and make certain gestures towards progressive politics things like that. But a young prince of Canada, he you know, he is the establishment. If there's one thing Jesse Brown wants, you to know it's that Justin Trudeau has done a lot of work to shape the way, you think about him. If you Google around you're gonna find photos of Trudeau doing yoga boxing dressed up like Clark Kent on Halloween. He's sort of unbuttoned his shirt a little bit. So you can see the superman logo underneath. That image. It has a way of distracting from his political pedigree. When Jesse says Trudeau is a young prince of Canada. He means it just introduce father Pierre was prime minister for more than fifteen years from a Canadian perspective. Here was someone who was born into a liberal party that has corporate connections going back. Many generations that has I think a system of crony capitalism that Justin Trudeau and his administration inherited, and that is sort of the natural tongue of this guy. And so we got something very different than what was advertised both here and around the world, I didn't even know that Justin Trudeau was the son of a prime minister. Frankly, I think a lot of Americans don't it's just a part of being Canadian, you know. To to accept that. We know so much more about you guys that you know, about us, and I think Canada is an important rhetorical device to Americans in the American political discourse more than it's real country. And it's convenient to have this neighbor who seemed to be living proof that it's possible to have a more progressive and multicultural society that it's possible to have a less partisan vitriolic public discourse. And it's a convenient thing for various Canadian governments to be thought of as this. You know, very polite. Nice kind gentle modern country on the world stage. And that just provides an incredible amount of cover for the reality of Canada. Right now, the reality of Canada is on full display today. Jesse's going to explain the scandal that is rocking prime minister Justin Trudeau s- administration. And why it bends everything you thought you knew about Canada? This story involves a private fifty cent concert millions of dollars of bribes. And what happens next could test the limits of inclusive government, I'm Mary Harris. You're gonna wanna stay with us. Can we talk about dinner most of us want to do dinner better? I do then real life happens you work late you run into.
"justin trudeau" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"You said you're going to retaliate how serious are you are in you really think you can make a dent welcome back as we mentioned earlier the us this week in post tariffs on steel and aluminum from mexico the european union and canada all three retaliated by announcing tariffs of their own but it was canadian prime minister justin trudeau who was called up personally by president trump and a friday i traveled to ottawa canada to speak to mr trudeau the prime minister is hosting this week's g seven economic summit which means he's going to have some one on one face time with president trump and a couple of days so i began by asking him about president trump's tough words on the new tariffs and the ongoing renegotiations on the fate of nafta i think i think our approach has been consistent all the way through recognizing canada and the united states have perhaps the most successful economic partnership and alliance and friendship in history of the modern world there are no two countries that are as interconnected interdependent you sell more things to us every year than to uk japan and china combined we are connie's are are incredibly interwoven and there is an absolute path towards improving nafta and doing well on that the fact that the president has moved forward with these tariffs is not just going to hurt canadian jobs it's going to hurt us jobs as well and neither of those things is something that canada wants to see your reaction felt as if you felt jilted is people the candidate got like wait a minute we've done all these things for the united states over the years and this is how you treat us you felt.
"justin trudeau" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"From nbc news in washington longest running show in television history this is the press good sunday morning we have two big interviews lined up today and we're going to get to him very quickly since becoming his lawyer rudy giuliani has been a tireless defender president trump this morning i'm an ass mr giuliani about the president's extraordinary and perhaps novel legal strategy that argues that the president's powers or essentially unlimited it recalls president nixon's infamous claim from the frost nixon interviews that quote when the president does it that means that it is not illegal so does this mean that no matter the president's motive for firing fbi director james comey it was legal and does this mean president trump will never sit down the special counsel robert muller under any circumstance i also had an exclusive sit down with prime minister justin trudeau of canada after he responded to us tariffs on steel and aluminum with terrorists of his own you're going to hear his thoughts on what what he believes a trade war between neighboring allies could mean this all comes after a week in which so much of what president trump did or said with about him the i alone can fix it president sought to fix nuclear tensions with north korea by reviving a summit with kim jong he sought to fix trade with those tariffs targeting europe canada and mexico it's been a lousy deal for the united states from day one president trump is testing the limits of presidential power picking economic winners and losers the trade is going to be easy rewarding his political allies with pardons the president has the constitutional party and conditioning the public and what he believes is criminal behavior i suspect that we are on a path where there's going to be an inevitable clash we're going to get to a point where the justice department simply will not go any further i don't know who gets fired a what happens but we're going to be you know buckle your seatbelts on pardons the president appeared to signal again this week that he will protect allies who refuse to testify against him pardoning conservative commentator dennis desouza who pleaded guilty in two thousand fourteen to campaign finance fraud any hidden that he will pardon others convicted of campaign finance violations or lying to investigators charges similar to those levelled against his former aides michael flynn and paul manafort on trade the same day the president.
"justin trudeau" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"And it was like how can we make the world a better place you know one of these lottie dod silly stupid millennial kind of questions how can we make the world a better place and and when she asked this typically stupid millennial question she said the word mankind like how can we make the world a better place for all of mankind this young girl asked justin trudeau justin trudeau stops her interrupts her and says excuse me miss you mean people kind we save people kind not mankind in canada we no longer say mankind this is canada's prime minister swear to god he said this in a town hall candidate by the way the same country that they're their national anthem like gender appropriate instead of saying sons they sons of canada they said people of canada but justin trudeau what a little sissy what a politically correct mankind we don't say anymore that's politically incorrect from now on it's people kind the hell is people kind but here's what depress me that look that's i would expect no less from canada's very young prime minister this is a guy who welcomes muslim terrorists into canada canada's europe canada's like sweden candidates just stupid and and they'll allow they will canada will allow their country to be overrun by muslims make no mistake about but so i look i i would expect no less from justin trudeau but what was really pathetic was this when trudeau said that in the town hall we don't say mankind we say people kind the entire audience erupted in applause the entire politically correct audience loved it loved it so yes okay okay justin trudeau is cissy like so many other sissies who are leaders in so posedly the the western world we got our share here in this country democrats in too damn many republicans who have all succumbed to political correctness but canada based on that audience reaction forget about canada canada's like done oh my gosh.
"justin trudeau" Discussed on The Starters
"No no matter what is all about winning for me is that those jerseys to they put you off those things are also yes a lot of people are already do out type of shoe combination doj result there you go we got some uh some rapid fire questions here before we let you go first one here who is your favorite canadian let me anyone justin trudeau it uber urged okay next one here earlier this year drake he had the host team interview with the media how do you grade drake's reporting skills yeah his simply he's a singer is you know holy mojo in the top concerns about pretty much talk to myself personal conversation you were going to it's a great expert here you're obviously i mean as you said derozen starting in the also getting this is your brother but like any sibling some things that no eu about simply so what's the to mars most annoying habit his most annoying yeah or train he's literally has its headquarters in all date all night so you'll know if he's listening to music if he's not listen to our conversation with you and he's like blayo we're doing no there's always a always either nobody knows it all right well you liked the wolves jersey's i wanna know who you think looks the coolest in the oviedo jersey's coming here these wraps jerseys and what i mean by is i love these shots we madonna is yeah i know exactly where you got friendly and oji and then we got we got the back there would normally coolest baby look at them.
"justin trudeau" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Or they can make it harder for them to succeed and they claimed it all this is all this is going on the committee is a smokescreen for what they really tiny do what do you say to that well the liberals are certainly got a lot of problem lining up their feminist rhetoric i with their failure could bring in a single piece of legislation that helps women um and so on the ntp side we've been advocating strongly ever since i was elected that trudeau government bringing pay equity legislation that he bring in universal affordable childcare and we're ready to get back to work on thursday now that impact that both the conservative in the liberal created is behind us do you think that what happened on the committee and the rejection of rachel harder was orchestrated by justin trudeau as the conservatives are claiming not at all i called the alarm on this last monday at that time the liberal for saying there's nothing we can do about it the conservatives get to control the nomination i was urging at committee and i my motion was that we have a vote on it i'm not unfortunately the kind of knocked off the rails for a week because of the liberals walking out of the meeting but they didn't look that i still i don't have any sense that the pmoi orchestrated this with canada was saying that the whole thing was america station by the liberals by justin trudeau and and it said at the actions demonstrate the intolerance of the liberal party of god that which claims to value diversity but do voted against the appointment as well so really where where can you point the finger where can even pointing the finger at the liberals as being this because you share the view the of the liberals about the appointment of regional harder.
"justin trudeau" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly
"And now back to the show joining us now the prime minister of canada justin trudeau hey guys hello real lot pleasure to meet your guy's a pleasure is all ours yeah this is an honor i was a little bit daunted when my skype told me that right honorable justin trudeau is joining the conversation this does not happen every day for us well it's a pleasure to be here josh i've in any irs for a long time sportsnight remains one of my favorite shows is ever so when you flip from sportsnight to west wing it was a glorious day for me wow it was a good day my household to but now you've made my day i kinda wanna stop here and just go out and a high so you're a longtime circa night can be established your you're sorkin fan hood bona fides did you watch the west wing when it was originally on what i watched this episode dead irish writers doubt was the first time i ever watched an episode of west wing outside of the regular slot that so i hadn't at with the exception of the ricci debate one which was the one episode that i missed it of course because i missed it i never got to see it and actually watched at a few years ago on youtube to try enough bone up from my own debates but yeah i i suspect release seen west wing other than when it was scheduled to appear and i saw pretty much all episodes the cases the same with me i'm i'm on my first rewatta in sixteen years rich she is a serial watcher he's the superfan will thanks so much for joining us they we can't believe this is happening were big fans viewers.