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Has Justin Trudeau failed to be a strong Prime Minister of Canada?
Justin Trudeau has failed to be a strong Prime Minister of Canada over the last three years.
Trudeau has been largely rejected by Québec as their last election shows it
He thus is a source of national divide
balancing of the cabinet
in terms of gender flies in the face of reason. Determining candidates by any means other than their individual merit is discriminatory.
One of the main issues Trudeau was elected on was reforming the federal electoral system and making the 2015 election the last election on the first-past-the-post system. He has since
that, claiming that there is no longer a consensus on the issue.
Trudeau's lack of accountability in terms of his conflict of interest with his
trips with Aga Khan
are an embarrassment, and he continually dodged the question in Question Period at Parliament when asked if he had met with Mary Dawson, the Ethics Commissioner at the time.
carbon tax plan
has been considered by many of the public, including Andrew Scheer and his PCs, to be a cash grab as well as outright dangerous to the Canadian People. By all accounts, the tax plan will increase costs of heating, gasoline, and more.
The Liberal Administration
the Energy East project, leading many to the conclusion that they have all but abandoned the Atlantic Provinces to their own devices.
and has tried hard to fix the Canadian immigration and refugee system.
Trudeau's regime is responsible for the legalization of the recreational use of cannabis, which will lead to tens of millions in tax revenue, ultimately leading to investment in the Canadian people.
Trudeau is largely liked in the international sphere, reinforcing the positive reputation Canadians already have abroad.
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