The six weeks that defined Trudeau’s prime ministership
By Andrew CardozoApr. 18, 2016
The new guy has left the trash-talking, prize fighters in the dust. He stuck to the high road and now he’s the only one standing. Why? Because he read Canadians a lot better than his experienced opponents.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the release of the 2016 Federal budget. The new leader's hard work, discipline, and genuine desire to talk to people has served him well this spring, writes Andrew Cardozo. Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright
‘He’s just not ready!’ Remember that? It seems so long ago.
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‘If it is slanderous or defamatory, then we will be held accountable for that, and we will be held accountable by our electorate, in whether they vote for us again,’ says Conservative House Leader Candice Bergen.
Big-ticket items in the last federal budget of this majority Liberal government include more than $6.2-billion to expand federal financing of rental construction, $1-billion for increasing access to drugs for rare diseas