Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was hit with a scathing report on Wednesday night, as Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer heads to Quebec, with NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh en route to Hamilton.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Sept. 18, 2019, addressing reporters on the Liberal campaign plan following Time Magazine's report of him appearing in brownface, robes and a turban at a 2001 'Arabian Nights' event. Screenshot courtesy of CBC
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