According to NDP federal party leader, MP Jagmeet Singh, he doesn’t “want the conversation that I have with Mr. Trudeau to be used as a tool in his exoneration, or to be used as a way for him to say, ‘I’ve had a conversation with a racialized leader and now I’ve done my job,'” he said.
“It’s those of us who make up Canada’s diverse minority communities. We are the ones who have to endure anti-immigrant, Islamophobic, homophobic, anti-Sikh, anti-Semitic, white supremacist narratives, candidates and comments.”
Just when common-sense Canadians thought the absurdity of Justin Trudeau’s Liberals could not become more extreme, we find Mr. Trudeau & Co. apologizing for wrongs done to Inuit by the government of Canada from 1950 to 1975.
Four months previous to the federal election, Justin Trudeau, hero of the Third World and Homosexuals, will finally break out of his globalist shell to address historical wrongs against Italian-Canadians. It’s nothing more than an election ploy.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has exonerated Chief Poundmaker, who was convicted of the crime of treason-felony in 1885. Members of a Saskatchewan First Nation say they’ve waited decades for their famous chief’s treason conviction to be wiped away.
Trudeau made a rare appearance at Question Period, after having skipped the past few sessions to avoid accountability in the Mark Norman affair. But even when he returned, he didn’t even stay long enough to show his support for the motion apologizing to Mark Norman.