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May 18 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Justin Trudeau is associated, including Canadians and Canada-U.S.. Most recently, Justin Trudeau has been quoted saying: “We recognize the challenges around housing.” in the article Canada bank downgrade rings alarm bells on consumer debt, housing.
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They were, most of them, young men in their late teens, in their early 20s. Going as far as sacrificing their lives, these men both ordinary and extraordinary of the British dominion fought for the first time as citizens of a single and same country ... side by side here in Vimy.feedback

It was through their sacrifice that Canada became an independent signatory of the Treaty of Versailles, and in that sense, in that way, Canada was born here.feedback

It's way bigger than just prime minister to president. We'll use all sorts of avenues to highlight that relationship.feedback

We have to lean on the success of each other if we're going to be successful. [Progress] doesn't happen by accident and it won't continue without effort.feedback

A lot of people know you can't fix things with a Band-Aid. Is someone going to stand up for what they truly believe in, and not just the way the wind is blowing? You never know what's going to happen in a given campaign. I said, I will work with whomever the United States elects.' Canada needs to have a constructive working relationship with whoever is in place, and that's exactly what I've stayed focused on. Canada doesn't have the biggest military or population around, but we know there are lots of ways of influencing the world stage. It's a testament to everyone wanting to do more.feedback

We know that the job market is changing, and instead of resisting in vain, we're focused on funding research and innovation, like in AI and quantum computing, that'll help lead the change here in Canada.feedback

For unemployed workers receiving EI, this will mean that they can return to school to get the training they need to find a new job–without fear of losing the EI benefits they need to support themselves and their families. This will provide greater security to Canadian families at a time when they need help most.feedback

We respect the free market and choices companies will make, but we also have a responsibility to ensure the investments we make with taxpayers' dollars are leading to good jobs and growth.feedback

We're obviously not pleased with the decision that Bombardier made around its remuneration for its executives. But we're happy to see them make decisions that are fixing that for Quebecers' and Canadians' confidence.feedback

I've been giving it some thought, and you know what, who hasn't wanted to punch Chandler? How about a rematch @MatthewPerry?feedback

It's easier for a teenager to buy a joint right now than a bottle of beer, and it's not right. We know by controlling and regulating it, we are going to make it more difficult for young people to access marijuana.feedback

To those fleeing persecution, terror & war, Canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith. Diversity is our strength #WelcomeToCanada.feedback

There have been times when we have differed in our approaches, and that's always done firmly and respectfully.feedback

Our friends are there for those tough times, when you lose a parent or a loved one, when you get knocked off your path at a difficult moment in your life. Where you go through difficult times, that's when you turn and you lean on your friends. That ultimately is what this story is all about – being there for each other.feedback

I have to sort of personally say, on behalf of all Canadians, thank you for making us so welcome with the snow. It's a nice touch. You really went out of your way.feedback

NAFTA's been ... improved a dozen times over the past 20 years. There's always opportunities to talk about how we can make it better. It has led to a lot of great jobs for a whole lot of people on both sides of the border and I very much take him at his word when he talks about just making a few tweaks. Because that's what we're always happy to do.feedback

We've got auto parts criss-crossing the border six times before they end up in a finished product. You've got over $2 billion a day going back and forth. So, making sure that the border is … secure but also smooth in its flow of goods and people is essential to good jobs on both sides of the border.feedback

I know and I've always felt for Canada that we recognize that diversity is a great source of strength. I think Canadians have always been interested in the choices Americans make because the choices you make inevitably impact upon us … and how we make sure that we get that balance right between continuing to have a good relationship and standing for the things we believe in is what we expect of ourselves.feedback

[The cast] worked to pull together such an extraordinary crowd to celebrate this story of friendship during extraordinarily difficult times between individuals between countries.feedback

We're always going to have differences of approaches on certain issues, but the fundamental hopes for the future, the responsibilities of keeping people safe, and building a better future for our kids is something that we can always agree on. I know – and I've always felt, for Canada – that we recognize that diversity is a great source of strength, and that's something we're open to in the world.feedback

The world gets to see what it is to lean on each other and be there for each other through the darkest times.feedback

Anything that creates impediments at the border, extra tariffs, new taxes is something we're concerned with. You're going to be hurting not just the Canadian economy but the American economy as well.feedback

Women's rights are everybody's rights. We know that society is better – more prosperous, more stable, more peaceful, more cohesive – when women's rights are respected, and when women are valued, empowered, and lead the way in our communities. That's why men have to be involved in fighting for women's rights … It can't just be women – if men don't speak up, it'll be much more difficult to make the fundamental changes we need. I'm proud to be a feminist, because making sure that everyone understands we all have a role in fighting for equality is the only way to move forward.feedback

But I think my biggest advice is to reach out and look for allies – whether it's women with whom you work, share experiences with and learn from, or the men adding their voices to the fight for equality. On days like today, we push loudly and directly for equality, more opportunity and more fairness.feedback

Having 30 different people around the table with tremendously different backgrounds actually allows for a much better quality of decision making, because you're working with a group of people who share a similar set of values, but very different perspectives. You get more diversity and creativity in your problem solving, and you end up having a much better and more representative approach to solving the challenges faced by the population you serve. I'll be careful here because when it comes to gender equality, I often say men should do less talking and more listening!feedback

There's always opportunities to improve trade deals. NAFTA has been improved a dozen times over the past 20 years.feedback

Canadian laws are in place, so there is extra protection when Canadians go through American customs in Canada.feedback

One of the reasons why Canada remains an open country is Canadians trust our immigration system and the integrity of our borders and the help we provide people who are looking for safety. We will continue to strike that balance between a rigorous system and accepting people who need help.feedback

Whether you're a business or a government, it's time to realize that this anger and anxiety we see washing over the world is coming from a very real place. And it's not going away. It's time to get real about the challenges facing the middle class, and those working hard to join it. Whether your goal is to build a successful company, or lead a respected and effective government, it's time to realize that the old approaches don't work anymore. We have to address the root cause of their worries, and get real about how the changing economy is impacting peoples' lives.feedback

When companies post record profits on the backs of workers consistently refused full-time work - and the job security that comes with it - people get defeated. And when governments serve special interests instead of the citizens interests who elected them – people lose faith. You must be part of the communities where you operate, realizing that these towns and cities support you, and you must, in turn, support them.feedback

We live in a time when many people are worried that the current system only benefits society's luckiest few. And their concern is valid, the anxiety people have toward the economy and trade, the worry that our kids won't have access to the same jobs and opportunities that we have can be addressed only if we ensure the trade is inclusive so that everyone benefits.feedback

It's high time those behind these messages – whether they are politicians, radio or TV hosts or other public personalities – realise the harm their words can cause. Every one of us is responsible for leading the fight against injustice and discrimination in daily life, for acting in a way that represents who we are, that represents Canada….feedback

The last thing Canadians expect is for me to come down and lecture another country on how they choose to govern themselves.feedback

No other neighbors in the world are as fundamentally linked as we are.feedback

Our economy is very dependent on our relationship with the United States. But there are also good jobs, millions of jobs, in the United States that depend on the relationships between our two countries.feedback

We have welcomed refugees from Syria we have been very successful and we take our responsibility of security very seriously.feedback

Relationships between neighbors are pretty complex. The last thing Canadians expect is for me to come down and lecture another country on how they chose to govern themselves.feedback

This is about making sure our public dollars go farther and are used smarter.feedback

First, let's do no harm. Let's preserve, protect, and advance the robust trade that supports both of our economies and millions of our workers.feedback

Changing the electoral system will not be in your mandate. A clear preference for a new electoral system, let alone a consensus, has not emerged. Furthermore, without a clear preference or a clear question, a referendum would not be in Canada's interest.feedback

Thirty-six million hearts are breaking with yours.feedback

Make no mistake, this was a terrorist attack. Know that we value you. You enrich our shared country in immeasurable ways. It is your home. Last night's horrible crime against the Muslim community was an act of terror committed against Canada and against all Canadians.feedback

We condemn this terrorist attack on Muslims in a centre of worship and refuge. It is heart-wrenching to see such senseless violence. Diversity is our strength, and religious tolerance is a value that we, as Canadians, hold dear. Muslim-Canadians are an important part of our national fabric, and these senseless acts have no place in our communities, cities and country. Canadian law enforcement agencies will protect the rights of all Canadians, and will make every effort to apprehend the perpetrators of this act and all acts of intolerance.feedback

Millions of good middle class jobs on either side of the border depend on the close trade relationship that we have and that has really been at the centre of all of our discussions. We had a great bilateral visit to Japan last year, in which we started early conversations on Canada-Japan trade improvements that can be made and we've also launched exploratory talks on free trade with China. We know that increasing our engagement with the growing economies of Asia is an important way to ensure good jobs and prosperity for Canada and that is what we are going to continue to do.feedback

In both the conversations I've had with president Trump now, Keystone XL came up as a topic and I reiterated my support for the project. I've been on the record for many years supporting it because it leads to economic growth and good jobs for Albertans.feedback

There are millions of Canadian jobs that depend on the U.S. market, but there are also millions of American jobs that depend on smooth integration and flow back and forth across the border of goods and services.feedback

We are very confident... we are going to be able to find common ground to ensure that both of our economies prosper.feedback

The travel back and forth from (the Bahamian capital) Nassau to the island happens on the Aga Khan's private helicopter, which he offered us the use of ... we don't see an issue on that.feedback

The Canada-China relationship will be well served by such a strong presence from our government.feedback

We've built an economic relationship that supports jobs in every Congressional district. We are the largest international customer for goods and services made in the USA.feedback

He actually brought up Keystone XL and indicated that he was very supportive of it. I will work with the new administration when it gets sworn in ... I'm confident that the right decisions will be taken.feedback

(This) will both protect our economy and protect the environment at the same time.feedback

Our duty is to permit infrastructure so Canada's resources get to market in a more environmentally responsible way, creating jobs and a thriving economy.feedback

The Great Bear Rainforest is no place for a pipeline and the Douglas Channel is no place for oil tanker traffic.feedback

We took this decision today because we believe it is in the best interests of Canada.feedback

I know my father was very proud to call him a friend and I had the opportunity to meet Fidel when my father passed away.feedback

While a controversial figure, both Mr. Castro's supporters and detractors recognized his tremendous dedication and love for the Cuban people who had a deep and lasting affection for 'el Comandante.feedback

The fact is Fidel Castro had a deep and lasting impact on the Cuban people.feedback

I'm not worried about competing, what I'm worried about is highlighting and putting forward the best possible understanding for people of just the ease of doing business in Canada, the long-term growth potential here in Canada, the extraordinarily positive and educated workforce.feedback

If Americans want to talk about NAFTA, I'm more than happy to talk about it.feedback

Yet his work resonated across generations. Canada and the world will miss him.feedback

We share a purpose, our two countries. ... I'm going to work with (his) administration as we move forward in a positive way.feedback

We are confident that demonstrating that trade is good for the middle classes (...) will make sure that everybody gets that this is a good thing for our economies and that it is also a good thing for the world.feedback

The Canada-EU Summit will be Sunday. Great news and I'm looking forward to being there.feedback

If we get less support, it might be acceptable to make a small change.feedback

I greatly enjoyed the time I spent working closely beside Jim in the House, and know that he will be missed by his colleagues on both sides of the aisle.feedback

On behalf of all Canadians, Sophie and I offer our deepest condolences to his family and friends and to the loved ones of all those who perished in this tragic accident.feedback

If we find in a week or two that Europe is incapable of signing a progressive trade deal with a country like Canada, then who does Europe think it can do business with in the years to come?feedback

If Europe doesn't manage to sign this deal it will be a very clear message - not just to Europeans but to the entire world - that Europe is choosing a path that is perhaps not very productive ... that would be really sad.feedback

I think the important messages is one of stability and responsible action that will ensure that Canadians can continue to have confidence in their investments in their homes.feedback

It's something that we are never finished doing, we continue to work very closely with all partners to ensure that Canadians have confidence in their homes and in the future.feedback

Provinces and territories that choose cap-and-trade systems will need to decrease emissions in line to both Canada's target and to the reductions expected in jurisdictions that choose a price-based system.feedback

Provinces and territories would be able to put a direct price on carbon pollution or opt for a cap-and-trade system with the "expectation that it be stringent enough to meet or exceed the federal benchmark.feedback

We're not going to shun science and we're not going to put off the inevitable.feedback

The price will be set at a level that will assist Canada in achieving its goal for greenhouse gas emissions reductions, while allowing companies better stability and predictability.feedback

There is no hiding from climate change. It is real and it is everywhere. We cannot undo the last 10 years of inaction. What we can do is make a real and honest effort - today and every day - to protect the health of our environment, and with it, the health of all Canadians.feedback

Eighty five percent of the Canadian economy is located in provinces where there is pricing on carbon pollution in one shape or another. We are going to bring that up to 100 percent.feedback

It will be very important that any future agreement will be based on reflecting the realities, the principals, the values that our citizens hold dear.feedback

Our progress on this file goes to show how two countries willing to collaborate can solve difficult challenges together.feedback

The minister of public safety just informed me that all of the schools' children and personnel are safe. The situation is under control.feedback

On behalf of Canadians, I thank Gord Downie and the Hip for their decades of service to Canadian music. Forever in our hearts and playlists.feedback

Embraer is capable of competing against any companies, but not against the government of Canada.feedback

I continue to be very, very optimistic about this. The approach the EU is moving forward on is a positive one.feedback

Regardless of rhetoric the three nations would continue to have tremendously close relations.feedback

Better collaboration, better partnerships are a path to prosperity. And that's a compelling example that we want to showcase at a time where, unfortunately, people are prone to turning inwards which will unfortunately be at the cost of economic growth and their own success.feedback

We've seen around the world many examples of protectionism, of concern, of stepping away from trade agreements.feedback

The UK and the EU are important strategic partners for Canada with whom we enjoy deep historical ties and common values. We will continue to build relations with both parties as they forge a new relationship.feedback

Britain has always been a strong and positive voice in the EU on the deal.feedback

Terrorist hostage-takings only fuel more violence and instability. Canada will not give into their fear mongering tactics and despicable attitude toward the suffering of others.feedback

To the people of Fort McMurray heading home - we will be with you every step of the way.feedback

Gord Downie is a true original who has been writing Canada's soundtrack for more than 30 years. #Courage.feedback

As part of our delegation, Canada's trade minister is here. She will be meeting with Japanese companies and is expected to make a number of announcements as part of her visit.feedback

Everyone deserves to live free of stigma & persecution, no matter who they are or whom they love.feedback

We agreed that it is something that we are going to make sure we do bring up with our friends and allies around the world. We need to make sure that terrorists understand that they cannot continue to fund their crimes and their violence (by) taking innocents hostage.feedback

The responsibility rests squarely with the terrorist group who took him hostage.feedback

Canada condemns without reservation the brutality of the hostage takers and this unnecessary death.feedback

Canadians "will not be intimidated by terror and hate.feedback

We'd sometimes like to think that Americans would pay attention to us from time to time.feedback

On behalf of all Canadians, I offer condolences to the Reagan family and the United States following the death of Nancy Reagan.feedback

It's going to be a wonderful time of strengthening ties between our two countries both on the economic, on the security, on the engagement with the world and on the personal level.feedback

It's going to be important…to be able to have a positive relationship with whoever Americans choose as their president. I don't think it comes as a surprise to anyone that I stand firmly against the politics of division, the politics of fear, the politics of intolerance or hateful rhetoric. If we allow politicians to succeed by scaring people, we don't actually end up any safer. Fear doesn't make us safer. It makes us weaker.feedback

We know these are challenging times for Alberta and Albertans, and I reiterate that the government of Canada is committed to being there for the people of this province.feedback

Six Canadian citizens were killed when gunmen stormed a hotel in the capital city of Burkina Faso on Friday. We offer our deepest condolences to the families, friends and colleagues of all those killed. We have offered assistance to the Burkinabe authorities in their investigation of this terrible crime.feedback

My condolences to @CelineDion, and to the children, friends and loved ones of René Angélil on his passing.feedback

I will be engaging with the premiers in the coming weeks to establish a strong position for Canada, so that people know that Canada's years of being a less than enthusiastic actor on the climate change file are behind us.feedback

We talked about Canada's continued engagement as a strong member of the coalition against ISIL and I committed that we would continue to engage in a responsible way that understands how important Canada has a role to play in the fight against ISIL. But he understands the commitments I've made around ending the combat mission.feedback

ISIL would like us to see them as a credible threat to our way of life and to our civilization. We know Canada is stronger, much stronger than the threat posed by a murderous gang of thugs who are terrorising some of the more vulnerable people on earth.feedback

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