It’s the anti-Aga Khan Christmas: Trudeaus celebrate it in Gatineau, but Facebook roasts Sophie’s turkey
Jan. 8, 2018
Former television host Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, the wife of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, prepared a pair of Turkeys over the holidays with Mr. Trudeau's mother, Margaret, much to the chagrin of animal rights enthusiasts on social media. Photograph courtesy of Facebook
Still under fire for his 2016 Christmas on the Aga Khan private Caribbean island, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau decided to spend this year’s holiday closer to home, at the prime minister’s Harrington Lake retreat in Gatineau.
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