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    Justin Trudeau Leadership

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    The leader of the Liberal party, Justin Trudeau, has promised middle class Canadians a real change. His plan includes a higher tax rates from families with annual income of 200,000 and higher. Currently the wealthiest 1% of Canadians are paying 29% tax and Mr. Trudeau is planning on changing the rate to 33%. He is also committed to lowering the tax rates for the working class; currently most middle class families pay 22% and Mr. Trudeau’s goal is to make it to 20%. The liberal leader also talked about making Child Care Benefit tax-free to all families with annual income below than 150,000 and increase the Canada Pension Plan contributions. As Justin Trudeau says: “A strong middle class means a strong economy” throughout the research and debates…

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    Justin Trudeau Analysis

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    This article is about Justin Trudeau, the leader of the Liberal party of Canada and the plans of a Liberal government. In this article, Trudeau announced in Toronto’s Leaside neighbourhood that the first thing the Liberals would do is cut taxes for the middle class while increasing taxes for the wealthiest percent of Canadians by bringing a new 33 percent tax bracket. He states that the Liberals have a clear plan to put more money in the lower and middle classes pockets and goes on to criticize…

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    He was here before. He was sure of that. Although aware of his thoughts, Justin was sure he’d never seen this place before. He was wrong. This was all part of his childhood. Nothing really had changed, except for the fact that now...he was the leader. Young Justin Trudeau was remarkable. He led a life that all of us once wished we had. He had all the riches without earning them. Why? Well, maybe because Justin Trudeau was the son of the PM (Prime Minister) of Canada, Pierre Trudeau. That’s…

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    Justin Trudeau Case Study

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    As the federal election is drawing near, the federal candidates give one last push in their political campaigns to acquire that extra vote. The voters have a big decision ahead of them: who do I choose to be the next Prime Minister? They have to carefully consider all of the candidates’ proposals and plans. A campaign promise made by Liberal leader, Justin Trudeau, gives food for thought when considering Canada’s economic future. Trudeau’s announcement, as described in The Globe and Mail’s…

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    Justin Trudeau and the Liberal party’s newly instated victory and introduction into the government sector has a substantial impact on the Canadian population. Trudeau has introduced many indispensable policies that will alter the structure of the country that subsequently ostracizes young people, to be more inclusive and comprehensive. Trudeau is adapting what was formally an antiquated government regime and revitalizing opportunities for young people with an emphasis on social justice. Three of…

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    I decided to watch two commercials on Justin Trudeau and I'm actually quite impressed with the idea and message behind both of them. The first commercial I watched was “Escalator-Harder to Get Ahead”. Personally, I found that using the escalator to portray his thoughts was interesting. He stated that Harper is just causing the Canadian economy to move backwards due to the benefits he gives the wealthy and how he gives cuts to everything else. Next, he uses the escalator stopping to show that…

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    In the ad, Real Change by the Liberal party, it begins with patriotic colors of red and white with momentous music and asks, “what does real leadership mean?” and answers itself on how Justin Trudeau can lead change. Throughout the ad it supports itself by presenting guest speakers from different cultural backgrounds, jobs, males and females speaking Canada’s official languages: French and English. They state the economy is going downhill with the current government, Stephan Harper and Tom…

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GEFNnNsFLc&index=20&list=PL0f074h-CFoyCiGhHGif6WV0hoOvowjaC Liberal ad: Real Leadership This advertisement is “authorized by the registered agent for the Liberal Party of Canada.” (Liberal ad: Real Leadership) The main focus of this ad is to promote the slogan for the Liberal Party, Real Change. This message is supported by the opinions of real, multicultural and a diverse range of Canadians, who believe Justin Trudeau is needed in order to bring real change to…

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    contributions. Former Prime Minister, Pierre Elliot Trudeau and Tommy Douglas, a former social democratic politician, are two leaders that stood out in the social and political progression of Canada. Justin Trudeau on the other hand, the current Prime Minister and Rick Hansen, a philanthropist and Paralympian, both largely impacted not only Canada but also the world. Along with social entrepreneur and child rights activist, Craig Kielburger who created better lives for children as a world…

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    Justin Trudeau is currently the 23rd Prime Minister of Canada, and the leader of the Liberal Party. Some of the laws created by Justin Trudeau that I feel have made a positive impact on 2017 includes providing money to Canadian Refugees, putting a stop to Canadian airstrikes on ISIS, and allowing government scientists to speak openly about their ideas. Recently, Justin Trudeau decided to provide money to Canadian Refugees, $100 million to be exact. I believe that this is very important to 2017…

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