Margaret Trudeau

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  • How Did Justin Trudeau Influence The World

    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 right, Justin had it in his blood the entire time. Justin Pierre James Trudeau, the current Prime Minister of Canada. Let’s take a look at his past. Justin Trudeau was born on December 25, 1971 in Ottawa Civic Hospital. He is the son of Pierre Trudeau and Margaret Sinclair. Trudeau attended the University of British Columbia and McGill University. Sophie Grégoire Trudeau is his wife and his children are Hadrien, Ella-Grace Margaret, and Xavier Jones Trudeau. He loves to spend time with his family and spends every free second with them. Justin Trudeau actually was a great boxer! He used to compete nationally, but decided to continue with politics. Although he doesn’t fight professionally, he is known for challenging others to…

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  • Pierre Trudeau's Influence On Canada In The 1960s

    Elliott Trudeau. This modern charisma hit Canada with the rise of Pierre Trudeau, who was a new type of Canadian politician. He touched the lives of many Canadians; inspiring them to believe they were capable of achieving several things. Trudeau’s triumphs impacted…

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  • Canada Swot Analysis

    giving French Canadians certain rights and freedoms(5). The demands that were given to Canada outraged the western provinces who believed Canada should all be equal and everyone should receive equal rights, in essence French were asking to be granted special treatments so they could express themselves differently because of their French heritage. In consequence of Canada not providing French with their rights, it almost resulted in separation which once again demonstrated how Canada failed to…

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  • Case Study Of The Canadian Magazine Dispute

    1.To a very large extent I believe that the Canadian magazine dispute was motivated by genuine desires to protect Canadian culture based on the fact that the government have on several occasions taken actions that have proven this claim. In the 1920s, the Canadian government imposed protective tariffs on foreign magazines, and this action to me has everything to do with the protection of Canadian culture. A similar action was taken by the government in 1965 when the government prohibited the…

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  • René Lévesque In Quebec

    On August 26, 1977, the Parti Québecois enacted the Charter of The French Language, also known as Bill 101. The Charter made French the official language of Québec and was created so that "French is the normal and everyday language of work, communication, commerce and business in the civil administration and in enterprises" (Québec). The Charter has been supported by some -- "Québec 's Premier Jean Charest, has been quoted saying that the 'primacy of the French Language ' is a 'key value ' in…

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  • How Did Camp X Impact Canada

    WWll Essay - Camp X Camp - X was a moment in history that should make all Canadians proud as it showed the impact it had on canada as a whole, how even before big technology we could create things and become successful, and also helped canada make a difference around the world. Camp - X was a place that was established on December 6, 1941 in Whitby/Oshawa border in Ontario. The camp was designed to link Great Britain and the United States together. If the Japanese attack on the Pearl Harbour…

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  • David Suzuki's Contribution To Canada

    Canada has a relatively short history at about 150 years but it does cultivate many people that had great contributions to the country and the world. John A. Macdonald is the first prime minster of Canada and a truly funding father of this country. Ellen Louks Fairclough, the first woman who had served in the Canadian cabinet, as a member of parliament, she advocated women's rights including equal pay for equal work. David Suzuki is the best-known environmentalist in Canada; he organized the…

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  • Pierre Trudeau Was The Prime Minister Of Canada

    Pierre Elliott Trudeau was born on the 18th of October 1919 in Montreal, Québec, and was the 15th Prime Minister of Canada. Before Trudeau became a politician he worked as an assistant professor until he was elected as a new Liberal to the House of Commons (Pierre Elliott Trudeau, 22 Nov 2014). Trudeau was the Prime Minister of Canada from 20th of April 1968 to 4th of June 1979, and again from March 3 1980 to June 29 1984. Even after his death in 28th of September 2000 he is still known as…

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  • Case Study: The Meech Lake Accord

    federal and provincial legislative houses before officially being inducted into law. This was required as the accord would have changed the amending formula of the constitution. In order to understand the failure of the Meech Lake Accord and what that teaches us about the politics and constitution-making in Canada today, we must first examine the circumstances that encompassed the Meech Lake Accord. History and Circumstances of the Meech Lake Accord To understand how the episode of the Meech…

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  • Uncle Sam Cartoon Analysis

    The cartoon depicts a baby that is meant to be Canada standing on its own with an older woman commonly known as ‘Mother Britannia’, who is meant to represent the British Empire. There is also an older gentlemen that is commonly known as ‘Uncle Sam’, which is a common national personification of the American government or the United States in general. The text underneath the cartoon has the women saying “See, the dear child can stand alone!”, while ‘Uncle Sam’ says “Of course he can! Let go of…

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