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The Canadian prime minister argued in a UN speech that COVID-19 is a "wake-up call" that current global systems simply don't work anymore.
From Paul Simon to prorogation, Canada's prime minister has had some spicy takes in the past.
The Canadian prime minister instantly regretted the "terrible image" evoked by his coronavirus mask-wearing guidance.
The Canadian prime minister's wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, had begun “exhibiting mild flu-like symptoms including a low fever."
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau is being tested for Covid-19 after attending an event in London, UK.
Thunberg had previously said Trudeau was "obviously not doing enough" about climate change.
The president leaves the Nato summit with a parting shot at 'two-faced' Justin Trudeau.
The conversation, which involved Trudeau, Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron and Mark Rutte, was recorded on video and snippets were audible.
Justin Trudeau, Emmanuel Macron, Boris Johnson, Mark Rutte and Princess Anne appear in the clip that's been seen millions of times.
Canadians voted in one of the closest and most contentious election campaigns the country has seen in decades.
The former US president vouched for the Canadian prime minister in his reelection campaign, despite his history of wearing racist makeup.
“But did you paint your nose and your hands brown?" they asked the Liberal leader.
Regardless of Trudeau's political fate, we can all learn from our mistakes.
Canada's Liberal party leader needs to prove his allyship isn't a politically convenient wardrobe choice, writes Sadiya Ansari.
The Canadian PM says he could not be “definitive” about the number of times he wore racist makeup.
Articulate vs. inarticulate is a match made for our amusement.
The Canadian prime minister’s comments were the first acknowledgment by a Western nation that it had received the audio recordings.
OTTAWA — Donald Trump may have a world view incompatible with fellow global leaders, but his presence is still desired at