Hunky Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is the JFK Jr. of Canada | New York Post

Hunky Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is the JFK Jr. of Canada | New York Post

"...we need poets to change the world." -Justin Trudeau, PM in a letter to Carolyn Marie Souaid following the Irving Layton Centenary reading, 2012 Irving Layton Centenary reading

"...we need poets to change the world." -Justin Trudeau, PM in a letter to Carolyn Marie Souaid following the Irving Layton Centenary reading, 2012 Irving Layton Centenary reading

Justin Trudeau (Prime Minister of Canada) circa 1997 working as a snowboard instructor at Whistler.

Justin Trudeau (Prime Minister of Canada) circa 1997 working as a snowboard instructor at Whistler.

Following in his father’s footsteps, Justin Trudeau has beaten the odds to become the youthful, optimistic face of Canada.

Following in his father’s footsteps, Justin Trudeau has beaten the odds to become the youthful, optimistic face of Canada.

.Justin Trudeau, Canada's Prime Minister: 7 Things To Know includes video of Justin's eulogy for his father°°

.Justin Trudeau, Canada's Prime Minister: 7 Things To Know includes video of Justin's eulogy for his father°°

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Address to the 71st Session of the United Nations General Assembly

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Address to the 71st Session of the United Nations General Assembly

Justin Trudeau: All eyes on Canada. This guy's trying to transform government with a diverse Cabinet, and led one of the first western nations to enthusiastically welcome Syrian refugees as permanent residents. Before politics he worked as a teacher and advocated for the environment. "So much of politics is fleeting and ephemeral. But the connections you make with the people who invest their hope and trust in you, that's what gets you through all of the rest. That's what makes it worth…

Justin Trudeau: All eyes on Canada. This guy's trying to transform government with a diverse Cabinet, and led one of the first western nations to enthusiastically welcome Syrian refugees as permanent residents. Before politics he worked as a teacher and advocated for the environment. "So much of politics is fleeting and ephemeral. But the connections you make with the people who invest their hope and trust in you, that's what gets you through all of the rest. That's what makes it worth…

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