Trudeau still can do no wrong, or, better yet, he can get away with it
Mr. Sunny Ways paddles along with the wind at his back, wearing his father’s buckskin jacket, no less, popping up at McDonald's, welcoming aboriginal youth to his office, star-turning in every Pride parade he can find. It’s been a long spring, and it isn’t over yet.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured last week in Ottawa. It is hard to argue with a 56 per cent approval rating, so why not simply concede that Mr. Trudeau’s spring-green government is doing something right? But there have been other badly mangled files—electoral reform, assisted dying, the Saudi armoured vehicle purchase—but none have, so far, sparked widespread outrage, writes Susan Riley. The Hill Times photograph Andrew Meade