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Trudeau admits to talking about Trump

After President Donald Trump called him "two-faced," Canada's Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, admitted Wednesday that he and other world leaders were talking about the US President when they were caught on camera at a Buckingham Palace event the night before.

Justin Trudeau faces political battle of a lifetime

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau must have thought he was catapulted back to his early days as a dashing, newly-minted politician with the rapturous welcome he received from delegates to the global Women Deliver Conference in Vancouver in early June.

Taxes from Canadian pipeline will go toward green energy

Canadian leader Justin Trudeau and his Cabinet have reapproved the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion project, with government profits from the tax revenues and other funds to be put toward clean energy ventures, the Prime Minister announced Tuesday.

Canada's Trudeau expels lawmakers

Canada's prime minister has expelled two lawmakers from the ruling Liberal Party, saying "trust has been broken" after one accused the government of pressuring her to go easy on a major company accused of wrongdoing.

Why Trudeau's 'Lav-Scam' scandal is snowballing in Canada

"Because it's 2015 ..." Most Canadians will recognize that statement as Justin Trudeau's simple explanation for the diversity and historic gender balance of his cabinet, sworn in November 2015 after the Liberal Party's landslide victory in the federal election.

Trudeau accuser breaks silence

A former newspaper reporter said Friday that allegations in an editorial claiming Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau groped her at a musical festival 18 years ago are true, but she considers the matter closed.