Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced his decision to participate in the Women in the World Summit in New York City on April 6, 2017 in order “to continue to champion women’s rights, and to emphasize the important role we all have to play to advance gender equality.”
Another senior Muslim Canadian leader disagrees with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over the question whether Islam is compatible with secular values. In two separate interviews with CBC, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau maintained that Islam is compatible with Western open and secular democracy like Canada:
Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, reaffirms his commitment “to speak out against racism, hate, xenophobia, and bigotry in all its forms” emphasizing that “silence is not an option because progress is never permanent.”
On March 13, 2017 Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, issued a statement on Commonwealth Day emphasizing his deep belief in “diversity and inclusion” as the best ways to bring about “peace and prosperity.”
The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, issued the following statement on Purim (March 10, 2017): Tomorrow at sunset, Jewish communities in Canada and around the world will join together to celebrate Purim. Purim is a joyous holiday where loved ones wear costumes, exchange gifts, give to charity, and partake in traditional feasts. During this time, friends and family will come together ...
One day after the Jewish Community Centres in Toronto, Vancouver and London, Ontario had to be evacuated after receiving bomb threats, Prime Minister Trudeau posted the following statement on his Facebook page (March 8, 2017):
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, committed to “provide $650 million in funding to address gaps in sexual and reproductive health and rights in the world’s poorest and most vulnerable communities.” “Reproductive health” is a code-name for having access to affordable methods of birth control. In a recent interview with The Canadian Press, Monsef said ...
Approximately 600 people, including children who attend a Jewish daycare, had to be evacuated from the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre (JCC) in downtown Toronto after receiving a bomb threat around 10 am on Tuesday, March 7, 2017.