Prime Minister Justin Trudeau went to the funeral of the 18-year-old, Reece Fallon, and spoke to people afterwards. But too many days had gone by. And, for too many Torontonians, showing up so late reminded them that he hadn’t been there when he was needed the most.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured in this file photo, The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
TORONTO—Where was he? The Prime Minister of Canada, I mean. When Canada’s biggest city needed him—when the millions of people who live and work here were feeling anguished, angry, and afraid—Justin Trudeau was AWOL.
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