Trudeau Government

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Group.png Trudeau Government  
FounderJustin Trudeau
LeaderJustin Trudeau
Membership• Omar Alghabra
• Anita Anand
• Navdeep Bains
• Carolyn Bennett
• Bill Blair
• Randy Boissonnault
• Scott Brison
• Jim Carr
• Bardish Chagger
• François-Philippe Champagne
• Marie-Claude Bibeau
• Stéphane Dion
• Kirsty Duncan
• Judy Foote
• Mona Fortier
• Sean Fraser
• Chrystia Freeland
• Marc Garneau
• Ralph Goodale
• Karina Gould
• Steven Guilbeault
• Patty Hajdu
• Kent Hehr
• Mark Holland
• Ahmed Hussen
• Gudie Hutchings
• Marci Ien
• Mélanie Joly
• Bernadette Jordan
• Kamal Khera
• David Lametti
• Dominic LeBlanc
• Diane Lebouthillier
• Lawrence MacAulay
• John McCallum
• Catherine McKenna
• Marco Mendicino
• MaryAnn Mihychuk
• Marc Miller
• Maryam Monsef
• Bill Morneau
• Joyce Murray
• Mary Ng
• Seamus O'Regan
• Ginette Petitpas Taylor
• Jane Philpott
• Carla Qualtrough
• Pablo Rodríguez
• Harjit Sajjan
• Deb Schulte
• Amarjeet Sohi
• Pascale St-Onge
• Filomena Tassi
• Hunter Tootoo
• Justin Trudeau
• Dan Vandal
• Jonathan Wilkinson
• Jody Wilson-Raybould
• Jean-Yves Duclos
Justin Trudeau's government is noted for its amount of WEF/Young Global Leaders

The second Trudeau Government was formed by Justin Trudeau in 2015. By 2023, it has had 60 members, many of them WEF/Young Global Leaders.[1]


Known Participants

11 of the 59 of the participants already have pages here:

François-Philippe ChampagneCanadian Bilderberger politician, lawyer
Stéphane DionCanadian diplomat who attended the 1998 Bilderberg as Canada/President of the Privy Council
Sean FraserWEF/Young Global Leaders/2022. After being elected to parliament in 2015, he became Minister of Immigration in 2021.
Chrystia Freeland"A bit of a living parody of everything wrong with the detached technocratic neoliberal order"
Karina GouldYoung minister with the spooky job of stopping "online meddling and the spread of disinformation", then International Development. World Economic Forum Young Global Leader 2020.
Mélanie JolyChevening Scholarship, WEF/Young Global Leaders 2016. After being elected to parliament in 2015, she became Minister of Foreign Affairs in 2021.
Bill MorneauAs Canadian Minister of Finance in March 2020 funded the "COVID-19 response"
Jane PhilpottCanadian cabinet minister who was forced out by Justin Trudeau
Pascale St-OngeCanadian sports minister who wants to ban Russia and Belarus from the 2024 Olympics
Justin TrudeauPuppet leader of Canada, YGL 2005, in early 2022 froze the bank accounts of Canadians who were protesting government overreach
Jody Wilson-RaybouldCanadian cabinet minister who was forced out by Justin Trudeau