Trudeau government face of present political reality, not past

Predicting the future, particularly in a global environment as unpredictable as the one we see today, is incredibly difficult. Based on the evidence we have before us today, it is impossible to prove Margaret Wente’s assertion that the Trudeau government’s approach is in essence a throwback to the 1990s.

'Time will tell whether Justin Trudeau is the face of the future or of the past,' writes Zach Paikin. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By ZACH PAIKIN

PUBLISHED : Tuesday, March 29, 2016 6:56 PM

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