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The Liberal Party of Canada is the oldest active federal political party in Canada. The party has dominated federal politics of Canada for much of its history, holding power for almost 70 years of the 20th century.[1][2] As a result, it has sometimes been referred to as Canada's "natural governing party".[3][4]

Under Justin Trudeau

Party activist Daniel Dickin, pointed out that under Party Leader Justin Trudeau (2013-), rigged "open nominations" became the norm. At least a half dozen[5] Liberal nominations have been rigged or tampered with through the direct intervention of Trudeau's office: mysteriously disqualifying candidates, changing nomination dates, paperwork going "missing," and using dirty "back-room" politics to ensure the leader's candidate is chosen at any cost. When Andrew Leslie was acclaimed as the Liberal candidate for Orleans, it had to happened with police enforcement[6] and despite hundreds of Liberals attending the meeting to show their support for another candidate (and former Trudeau leadership rival). It was clear from the beginning that Leslie was Trudeau's hand-picked favourite, and certainly wouldn't be stopped by pesky processes like "democracy."


Party Members

Tom Axworthy23 May 1947Canadian civil servant & academic who attended the 1983 Bilderberg in his mid 30s as policy advisor to PM Pierre Trudeau.
Sean Fraser1 June 1984WEF/Young Global Leaders/2022. After being elected to parliament in 2015, he became Minister of Immigration in 2021.
Karina Gould28 June 1987Young minister with the spooky job of stopping "online meddling and the spread of disinformation", then International Development. World Economic Forum Young Global Leader 2020.
Paul Hellyer6 August 1923Hellyer is the longest serving current member of the Privy Council of Canada. A Minister of National Defence in the cabinet of Lester B. Pearson in the 1960s, he later promoted the merger of smaller and various left-wing activists to save Canada from the effects of globalization, as well as possible annexation by the United States. In early September 2005, Hellyer made headlines by publicly announcing that he believed in the existence of UFOs.
Donald Johnston26 June 1936Attended 1997 Bilderberg as Secretary-General of the OECD.
Mélanie Joly16 January 1979Chevening Scholarship, WEF/Young Global Leaders 2016. After being elected to parliament in 2015, she became Minister of Foreign Affairs in 2021.
Allan MacEachen6 July 192112 September 2017Both Deputy Prime Minister of Canada and Canada/President of the Privy Council twice
Jean Marchand20 December 191828 August 1988French-Canadian Catholic trade unionist and politician in Quebec, connected to Pierre Trudeau.
Bill Morneau7 October 1962As Canadian Minister of Finance in March 2020 funded the "COVID-19 response"
Jane Philpott23 November 1960Canadian cabinet minister who was forced out by Justin Trudeau
Pascale St-Onge13 May 1977Canadian sports minister who wants to ban Russia and Belarus from the 2024 Olympics
Justin Trudeau25 December 1971Puppet leader of Canada, YGL 2005, in early 2022 froze the bank accounts of Canadians who were protesting government overreach
Jody Wilson-Raybould23 March 1971Canadian cabinet minister who was forced out by Justin Trudeau


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