Justin Trudeau News

Trudeau's top adviser resigns but denies wrongdoing

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's top adviser has resigned while denying allegations he pressured Canada's former attorney general to avoid prosecuting a major Canadian engineering firm.

News 24 , South Africa Feb 19, 2019

Guaido boosted by Europe backing in Venezuela standoff

At the beginning of a week of intense diplomacy, Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meanwhile pledged $40 million in humanitarian aid for Venezuelans as he hosted a meeting of the Lima Group of Latin American countries and Canada.

EWN , South Africa Feb 4, 2019

Venezuela's Maduro writes to pope for help

At the beginning of a week of intense diplomacy, Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledged $40 million in humanitarian aid for Venezuelans as he hosted a meeting of the Lima Group of nations in Ottawa.

Daily Monitor , Uganda Feb 4, 2019

Regional bloc plans pressure campaign against Venezuela's Maduro

Monday’s meeting in Ottawa will also discuss how to aid the people of Venezuela, including through immediate humanitarian assistance, said the office of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Reuters , Africa Feb 4, 2019

EU nations recognise Venezuela's Guaido

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke Sunday with Mr Guaido, praising his "courage and leadership."

Daily Nation , Kenya Feb 4, 2019

EU nations recognise Guaido as Venezuela leader

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke Sunday with Guaido, praising his "courage and leadership."

The East African , Kenya Feb 4, 2019

GM to lay off about 4,000 salaried workers: source

But the moves were roundly condemned by politicians, including US President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau.

Capital News , Kenya Feb 2, 2019

Canadian officials make third visit to citizen detained in China

The visit was the first since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau fired Canada’s ambassador to Beijing a week ago for remarks he made about the case of Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou, who faces extradition to the United States.

Reuters , Africa Feb 1, 2019

Canada paid a high price for oil pipeline: budget watchdog

A watchdog said Thursday Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau paid more than he needed to for a controversial oil pipeline to the Pacific — which could come back to haunt him in October elections.

Vanguard News , Nigeria Jan 31, 2019

Amid cries of 'traitor,' Canada's Trudeau set for ugly election

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who swept to power on a wave of optimism in 2015, is set for an ugly reelection campaign this October, judging by exchanges with voters in public town halls this month where he was grilled on topics ranging from immigration to housing affordability.

Reuters , Africa Jan 31, 2019