Paris attacks dull post-election shine for Trudeau

From a Canadian perspective, it was on tone that an unscripted Justin Trudeau most came up short.

There was a glaring disconnect between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s quasi-dogmatic insistence that it was business as usual on the refugee and the war on the Islamic State fronts and the public’s sense that the attacks were a watershed event that deserved a fuller airing. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By Chantal Hébert

PUBLISHED : Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015 11:40 PM

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