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Justin Trudeau
We're pleased that the ordeal they've been through over these past years has finally come to an end.feedback
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Oct 13 2017
“We're pleased that the ordeal they've been through over these past years has finally come to an end.” said Justin Trudeau speaking about Liberty Party of Canada. It’s one of the 227 quotes about Liberty Party of Canada you can find on this page. 94 people have said something about this topic. Among them: Matthew Perry and Donald J. Trump. Browse the quotes by date and by name to find those that are relevant to you.
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Dan Ciuriak

The end position is just not clear. I doubt that anyone right now would be in a position to say: Here is a deal that meets the objectives of all the parties.feedback

Dan Ciuriak

The problem is that this is a negotiation like no other. You've got this duality to the US position, and the two things don't make sense together.feedback

Paul Lewin

In the places where it will be a monopoly, it will fail. The province [of Ontario] just wants a lot of money.feedback

Justin Trudeau

The current framework is hurting Canadians. Criminal gangs and street gangs are making millions of dollars of profits off the sale of marijuana, and we need to put an end to this policing that does not work.feedback

Bill Blair

You'll be able to make your own cake [with legal cannabis], but you won't be able to sell it until there are strict rules in place. There will be limits on how branding can be displayed so it can't be used for marketing to kids. It's important that we get this done. The price of delay is continued deaths on our roadways, continued jeopardy for kids and billions of dollars in profits for organized crime.feedback

Rick Barnum

If legislation is ready to go in July 2018, policing will not be ready to go in August. It's impossible.feedback

Karine Igartua

When you expose a growing brain to cannabis, you actually change the way it grows and matures.feedback

Erin Flanagan

A lot has changed and worsened from an economic perspective for the project. It's very opportunistic for politicians and others to say this project is not going forward because Prime Minister Trudeau brought in new regulations.feedback

Marc Meloche - Bombardier

Prime Minister Trudeau is coming to China next month so there is optimism that Bombardier will be among those able to announce deals on that trip. Bombardier is talking to all three big Chinese airlines, as well as many regional (players) and start-ups. All are very interested in the Bombardier C-Series.feedback

Justin Trudeau

We are greatly ashamed. And for far too many indigenous people, that lack of respect for rights still persists today.feedback

Justin Trudeau

For Indigenous Peoples in Canada, the experience was mostly one of humiliation, neglect and abuse. There are, today, children living on reserve in Canada who cannot safely drink, or bathe in, or even play in the water that comes out of their taps.feedback

Justin Trudeau

The worldwide community may have thought that this was a great speech. We know that the world expects Canada to strictly adhere to global human rights standards. There are today children living on reserve in Canada who can not safely drink, or bathe in, or even play in the water that comes out of their taps.feedback

Pam Palmater

Some of his words were exceptionally powerful (and) would give a lot of hope to a lot of people in Canada, but he falls down every time when it comes to substantive action.feedback

Justin Trudeau

I want to tell you our story because I know that the challenges we have faced–and continue to face–are not unique in the world.feedback

Justin Trudeau

We are dismantling the old colonial bureaucratic structures…creating a new Department of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs.feedback

Justin Trudeau

We have been working hard, in partnership with other orders of government, and with indigenous leaders in Canada, to correct past injustices and bring about a better quality of life for Indigenous Peoples in Canada. Though this path is uncharted, I am confident that we will reach a place of reconciliation.feedback

Justin Trudeau

We have been very actively engaged, both directly with Boeing and with the American administration, including governors, congressmen and women and the administration. We will continue to stand up and defend Canadian jobs.feedback

Justin Trudeau

We have a capability gap, we cannot fulfill our obligations toward both NORAD and NATO at this point, and we need to fix that.feedback

Tom Axworthy

Apart from prime ministers, MacEachen was probably the most significant parliamentarian of the postwar era. Mr. Trudeau didn't do anything in the House without first getting the views of MacEachen.feedback

Justin Trudeau

We have obviously been looking at the Super Hornet aircraft from Boeing as a potential significant procurement of our new fighter jets. But we won't do business with a company that's busy trying to sue us and put our aerospace workers out of business. I am very happy to be working with Prime Minister May to explain to the American administration how Boeing's actions are harmful to workers here in Canada.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Justin Trudeau

The United Nations has made a determination that even with the shift in immigration policies of the United States, they still fully qualify for holding up their end of the bargain on the Safe Third Country.feedback

Jenny Kwan

This leaves desperate asylum seekers with few options, and many feel they must take the risks of crossing the border in-between ports of entry. If the prime minister was serious about reducing unsanctioned border crossings, let alone truly welcoming refugees, he would have already suspended the Safe Third Country Agreement.feedback

Michelle Rempel

Our system now is in shambles, and I think a lot of this has to do with the messaging – the inconsistent messaging – that has been coming out of Justin Trudeau's personal communication shop.feedback

Donald J. Trump

It is my privilege to bring NAFTA up to date through renegotiation. It is an honor to deal with both President Pena Nieto and Prime Minister Trudeau, and I believe that the end result will make all three countries stronger and better. I received calls from the President of Mexico and the Prime Minister of Canada asking to renegotiate NAFTA rather than terminate. I agreed...subject to the fact that if we do not reach a fair deal for all, we will then terminate NAFTA. Relationships are good-deal very possible!feedback

Cameron Ahmad

Nobody knows if I will ever go home, but that is my hope. I miss my family. I am longing to see them again, and my congregation.feedback

J.J. McCullough

For a second, it almost seemed as though Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau might be capable of getting a sentence or two of bad press in the United States.feedback

Justin Trudeau

It wasn't random. I wanted someone who would be a good foil, and we stumbled upon the scrappy tough-guy senator from an indigenous community. He fit the bill, and it was a very nice counterpoint. I saw it as the right kind of narrative, the right story to tell.feedback

Vinay Menon

This yearning for an anti-Trump to call their own means the US media are glossing over or ignoring the troubling similarities between both leaders, not the least of which is an obsession with celebrity that is ultimately counterproductive to governance. The attention might be nice. But a bit more neighbourly honesty would be even better.feedback

Jay Odjick

Canada, your leader went to US media today saying that when he needed a villain to fit his narrative, an indigenous person was a good fit. The sad fact is, WE are the only people he could get away with in terms of this. Think about perception if he had chosen another PoC person.feedback

Terry DiMonte

He was in the public eye from the minute he popped out.feedback

Justin Trudeau

We've given nine out of 10 families more money each month to help with the costs of raising their kids.feedback

Donald J. Trump

We have a great neighbor in Canada, and Justin is doing a spectacular job in Canada.feedback

Justin Trudeau

A Canadian on the ground in different parts of the world, whether they're a diplomat, an aid worker or a soldier, has an extraordinary, powerful impact. I mean, the image of Canada, the way people look at you as 'Oh, you're Canadian' – subtext 'not American' – 'but you're here to help, you're not here for oil, you're not here to tell us how to run our country.feedback

Justin Trudeau

Our support for Ukraine, including militarily, is something that stands us very clearly on the 'Russia is an unhelpful actor in the world' side of the dynamic.feedback

Justin Trudeau

The head man sort of watches, he goes, Wait, they let a man who looks like you lead in the Canadian army?' . Harjit says, Yes,' and the head man looks out: 'Maybe, maybe you can actually help.feedback

Justin Trudeau

Canada is the U.S.'s biggest, best customer by far. No one even comes close.feedback

Justin Trudeau

Sometimes getting it right means refusing to take the politically tempting shortcuts. More trade barriers, more local content provisions, more preferential access for homegrown players and government procurement, for example, does not help working families over the long term or even the midterm. Canada doesn't want to go there. If anything, we'd like a thinner border for trade, not a thicker one. To boil this down to one point: Canada is the [America's] biggest, best customer – by far.feedback

Justin Trudeau

NAFTA isn't perfect. No such agreement ever is. We think it should be updated and modernized as it has been a dozen times over the past quarter century. And I have every expectation that it will be to benefit working people in all three countries.feedback

Justin Trudeau

We reach out, we think and we plan, and we thought this would be a great opportunity to step up our engagement with all levels.feedback

Justin Trudeau

I've heard from President Trump as well that he does not think that Canada should be subject to national security concerns around the trade in steel and aluminum. I am optimistic that this important trade, which leads to millions of good jobs on both sides of the border, will continue.feedback

Justin Trudeau

Policies "kill growth. And that hurts the very workers these measures are nominally intended to protect. Once we travel down that road, it can quickly become a cycle of tit-for-tat, a race to the bottom, where all sides lose. If anything, we would like a thinner border, not a thicker one.feedback

Stephen Colbert

Then Trump held a joint press conference with newly elected French president and somehow-hotter Justin Trudeau Emmanuel Macron. Trump invoked America's long history with France.feedback

Justin Trudeau

I can understand Canadians' concerns about the settlement. In fact, I share those concerns about the money; that's why we settled. If we had continued to fight this, not only would we have inevitably lost, but estimates range from C$30m to C$40m that it would have ended up costing the government. We all end up paying. The measure of a just society is not whether we stand up for people's rights when it's easy or popular to do so, it's whether we recognize rights when it's difficult, when it's unpopular.feedback

David Winer

Obviously everybody knows it's a very high test and a high standard to meet but we put our best foot forward.feedback

Justin Trudeau

Global citizens like you know that that fight for fairness and equality starts with empowering women and girls.feedback

Leo Varadkar

I'm so not doing that. We've much more to gain from free trade than to lose.feedback

Jackson Carlaw

The nationalists have never stopped to think how this might look around the world and clearly a Canadian prime minister would recognise the benefits of a country like the UK staying together and be no fan of separatism. Mr Trudeau obviously had better things to do than pose for the obligatory selfie with Nicola Sturgeon.feedback

Thomas Mulcair

You can't have people shooting people to death on the frontlines and still claim this is not a combat mission.feedback

Thomas Mulcair

It is certainly not part of my values to say that we should be celebrating the death of a human being, no matter what the circumstances.feedback

Thomas Mulcair

What happened there is, first of all, something to be celebrated for the excellence of the Canadian forces in their training, in the performance of their duties. But it's also something to be understood as being entirely consistent with what Canada is expected – and Canadians expect our forces – to be doing as part of the coalition against Daesh.feedback

Jonathan Vance

We don't have to be shot at first. We can take the first shot if it is to save lives.feedback

Justin Trudeau

The advise and assist mission that our Canadian Forces are engaged in in northern Iraq has always had an element of defence of, obviously, Canadian troops and of our coalition partners. That is something that is integral to this mission. And that is something that has always been followed.feedback

Justin Trudeau

There's lots of things we disagree on in our approach … but I have always found that whenever he has made an engagement to me or a commitment to me on the phone or in person, he has followed through on that.feedback

Justin Trudeau

There's no need for a Plan B. I can understand the politics around saying: 'Oh we need to improve it, it's terrible.' The facts don't bear that out though.feedback

Justin Trudeau

We're not some magical place immune to the forces we've seen. Where Canada has always done well is recognizing that diversity is a source of strength.feedback

Justin Trudeau

If I get woken up at night for something, it'd better be more important than a tweet – by anyone.feedback

Justin Trudeau

A nice opportunity to share one my favorite hometown restaurants with an old friend, and talk about the state of the world.feedback

Justin Trudeau

How do we get young leaders to take action in their communities? Thanks @BarackObama for your visit & insights tonight in my hometown. We're actually closer than friends. We're like siblings, really.feedback

Justin Trudeau

For those of you feeling worried today, worried about our planet's future, and what that means for you and your family down the road, I want you to know we hear you. Canada hears you. We share your concerns, and we know inaction is not an option. We can't walk away from the reality of climate change, and we won't walk away from a global plan that has a realistic chance of fighting it. Now, I don't want to offer false hope. The truth is we can't turn back the clock. We can't cool down the atmosphere. That damage is done, damage that was set in motion generations ago.feedback

Karl Bélanger

It's complicated. The energy file has always been a sensitive one ... but eventually the federal candidates will have to take a stronger stand and clarify their positions.feedback

Christo Aivalis

The perceived fighting or division within the NDP could allow Trudeau to say: 'I have a solid unified party, and we are the best way to stop social conservatives.' That's a narrative that could be effective.feedback

Justin Trudeau

He reminded me that his entire life has been dedicated to supporting marginalized people in the world. We talked about how important it is to both highlight the scientific basis of protecting our planet, with the moral and ethical obligation to lead and to build a better future for all people on this earth. I also had an opportunity to have a deeply personal and wide-ranging, thoughtful conversation with the leader of my own faith.feedback

Adam Putnam

Unfortunately, the current trade environment created under NAFTA is anything but a fair and level playing field for Florida's producers.feedback

Ramon Paz

Our first strategy is to continue shipping to the U.S. market. Our second strategy is diversify – and we are working on that too. There is no harm for the California producers but benefits actually. Imports of avocados from Mexico have increased demand in such a way that nowadays California producers sell all they can produce.feedback

Tom LaFaille

Canada maintains discriminatory and burdensome nontariff trade barriers impeding U.S. wine exports.feedback

Christopher Thornberg - Beacon Economics

Canada is by far and away the bigger partner. We actually import more from Mexico than we export.feedback

Tim Powers

It will be a journey of discovery for Canadians when it comes to Andrew Scheer. History would suggest Trudeau has the opportunity to win a second mandate. Conservatives may want to see this current leader hold and renew the party. Justin Trudeau is a very strong opponent.feedback

Robyn Urback - Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

And public photobombs by politicians in their Sunday sweats usually involve some sort of prior coordination. If this had been the first time the media got suckered into turning a staged Trudeau photo-op into a story, it would be a little more forgivable. It doesn't bode well for public trust in the media to be so easily fooled by government attempts at manipulation … It is our responsibility to decipher between PR and news, and a picture from the prime minister's personal photographer is not a coincidence, and not news. We should know better.feedback

Jesse Brown

Trudeau is the political equivalent of a YouTube puppy video. Each week, Trudeau feeds the news cycle a new sharable moment, and our Facebook feeds are overwhelmed with shots of the adorable young statesman cuddling pandas and hugging refugees and getting accidentally photographed in the wild with his top off, twice.feedback

Aaron Hutchins

And what once appeared like a pleasant coincidence of timing for whomever gets to pose with the prime minister, it's starting to feel even more like a staged exercise than it was before.feedback

Al Gore

Justin Trudeau has been a breath of fresh air, although I will add there are many in the environmental movement in Canada who are expressing some concern about the encouragement of the Tar Sands development in Alberta. I like Justin but I will put a little asterisk on that.feedback

Erynn Masi de Casanova

Which is ironic, because he is trying to appeal to the working class – so his visual and verbal message are at odds.feedback

Erynn Masi de Casanova

One is a uniform for the job and the other is down-to-earth and honest. It sends a good message, which is why Republicans often follow the same strategy. It's also a rejection of fashion being rejected, which is very modern. Suddenly, men are being judged for their clothes and they are not used to it, but Trudeau is ahead of the game. Business and politics are traditionally two social institutions dominated by men – there is no equivalent of the button for female politicians. In male-dominated fields, woman are also more scrutinised.feedback

Matthew Perry

I was 7, I think. He was younger than I was. I think he had just excelled in a sport – he had beat me in a sport. And I kicked him in the shin or something like that. And then he later became the prime minister of Canada! I think he was the only kid in school that we could beat up. You just be the prime minister. And I'll write plays and stuff.feedback

Matthew Perry

I was like, Dude – you have an army at your disposal. I'm not going to accept the challenge!feedback

Justin Trudeau

I cannot tell you the hours I have spent discussing tie color when we could have been discussing the peace accords.feedback

Hisham Abdel-Rahman

Our goal was to pool the progressive voting bloc and get people to vote for the most likely candidate to win in each constituencys, even if wasn't their first choice candidate. We lost fewer than five. It was the Conservative party's election to lose at the beginning. All the polls showed them clearly ahead. Even two weeks before the election I had supporters telling me they were going to give up because there was no hope. There was no dark horse on the left but what happened was amazing.feedback

Hisham Abdel-Rahman

With a direct message that people felt was sincere, the talk about strategic voting began to pick up in the last two or three weeks. I could see the traffic to my website double, triple, quadruple, and people were responding to the message.feedback

Hisham Abdel-Rahman

I would absolutely love to be involved and to come to Britain and help Gina. We've had one conversation already and I believe if the progressives get their act together they have a great chance. The only way you can do this, is to convince them that their vote is going to make a difference. Many young voters don't vote because they don't think their vote counts, but if you say to them: 'We have a plan, vote for this candidate, even if he or she wouldn't be the candidate of your choice it is better than the Conservatives staying in power,' they will respond. That is what we found in Canada.feedback

John Curtice

Tactical voting is already priced into the market. You have voters in Cornwall voting for Liberal Democrats for years who, if they lived in Liverpool, they would vote Labour. There was also tactical voting by Conservative supporters in Lib Dem seats. If the Tories really are at 47%, all tactical voting is going to do is reduce their share. Tactical voting tends to work against parties that are already down in the polls, it is not going to change the broad picture.feedback

Wilbur Ross

I don't think this has anything to do with the personal relationship between Mr Trudeau and the president.feedback

Donald J. Trump

It is my privilege to bring NAFTA up to date through renegotiation. It is an honor to deal with both [Mexican] President [Enrique] Peña Nieto and [Canadian] Prime Minister [Justin] Trudeau, and I believe that the end result will make all three countries stronger and better.feedback

Maxime Bernier

We are going to bring our forces together now so that we can win this race and then beat Justin Trudeau in 2019.feedback

Justin Trudeau

What we have to know is that we are tremendously interconnected in our economy with that of the United States. But it's not just a one-way relationship. As I've pointed out to the administration many times since they got elected, there are millions of good, U.S. jobs that depend on smooth flow of goods, services, and people back and forth across our border, lack of red tape and regulation that blocks and gums up the system. We've, in many cases, had to become more efficient and more innovative than our natural resources competitors around the world.feedback

Bill Blair

One of the great injustices in this country is the disparity and the disproportionality of the enforcement of these laws and the impact it has had on minority communities, Aboriginal communities and those in our most vulnerable neighbourhoods.feedback

Justin Trudeau

[But] he has shown that, if he says one thing and then actually hears good counter-arguments or good reasons why he should shift his position, he will take a different position, if it's a better one, if the arguments win him over. Now I understand how certain governors are speaking to certain constituencies on that. It's politics. The US has a $400m dairy surplus with Canada, so it's not Canada that is the challenge here.feedback

Bill McKibben

Look one nation north, at Justin Trudeau. Look all you want, in fact–he sure is cute, the planet's only sovereign leader who appears to have recently quit a boy band. And he's mastered so beautifully the politics of inclusion: compassionate to immigrants, insistent on including women at every level of government. Give him great credit where it's deserved: in lots of ways he's the anti-Trump, and it's no wonder Canadians swooned when he took over.feedback

Bill Morneau

No surprises, from my perspective. It's really not a surprise that we've moved from a positive relationship, which it is, to thinking about specifics. The measures around trying to reduce speculation in the market, we think are positive. We do believe that there's an important issue around psychology in the market that needs to be addressed, and Ontario's making progress on that issue. We haven't entered into NAFTA discussions yet.feedback

Justin Trudeau

It's not Canada that's the challenge here. We're not going to overreact. We're going to lay out the facts and we're going to have substantive conversations about how to improve the situation.feedback

Laura Dawson

So, maybe this is an opportunity for Trudeau to be Trump's wingman.feedback

Bill Blair

Criminal prohibition has failed to protect our kids and our communities. We do accept that important work remains to be done.feedback

Betsy Fischer Martin

He's tailor-made for a conference like this. He checks every box you could want, except for actually being a woman. He's supportive of women, he has a cabinet that is diverse, and this crowd here just eats that up.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Justin Trudeau

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

Suna Garcia

Right now, especially with everything going on in this country, seeing that there's a male figure in power that really does believe in the importance of women in our government and society, really gives you a breath of a fresh air. It's always great to see people who care, especially men in power. The fact that he's saying that women do deserve to have the same opportunities is so important.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Justin Trudeau

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. 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

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau

What did we do after staring at the beige basement walls on a rainy day? A mural!!!! Nothing better than art and colours to wake up our spirits. A vos pinceaux les enfants!!!feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Alain Bellemare - Bombardier

We didn't do a good job of communicating it. If you look at it at face value, I can understand why people were so angry, so unhappy.feedback

Matthew Perry

But I think it was rather instrumental in him going to such great heights and becoming prime minister. I think he said, I'm going to rise above this, and I'm going to become prime minister.feedback

Matthew Perry

I think he was the only kid in school we could beat up. I'm not bragging about this. This is terrible, I was a stupid kid. I didn't want to beat him up. In fact, I think at one point I tried to turn it into love play.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Matthew Perry

I think I will pass at your request for a rematch kind sir (given that you currently have an army at your disposal) (sic). I have a story about him that I'm not proud of. My friend Chris Murray, who was also in the fifth grade in Canada, reminded me that we actually beat up Justin Trudeau. We both beat him up. I think he was excelling in a sport that we weren't [as good at]. It was pure jealousy, and, you know, we beat him up. His dad [Pierre Trudeau] was prime minister, but that wasn't the reason we beat him up. I think he was the only kid in school that we could beat up.feedback

John Brassard

[The] Canadian brand is much more than the prime minister. A life-size, two-dimensional cut-out is probably a perfect metaphor for everything that Justin Trudeau represents. You've got the shallow facade, and yet there's very little in the way of depth or substance there.feedback

Oswald Fudge

My daughter dressed up as [local mascot] Commander Gander. Three girls from my daughter's class dressed as fairies. A bakery made a cake for 350 people, and we had balloons and stuffed animals.feedback

Oswald Fudge

One of the fathers said, My daughter's wish was to go to Disney World, but even if we don't get there, it's okay. We've had such a good time here, she's not sad.feedback

Beverley Bass

The people of Gander were just phenomenal. I can't say enough nice things about them. They brought smoking patches to the airplane. They brought diapers of every size. They brought baby formula. They filled 2,000 prescriptions in the middle of the night.feedback

François-Philippe Champagne

The United States has not yet still made a formal notification to Congress about the issues and also about the timing with respect to the renegotiation of NAFTA. But what is important to acknowledge is that, as Prime Minister Trudeau said, we are prepared to sit down at the table. NAFTA is an agreement that was negotiated about two decades ago and has been amended already about 12 times.feedback

Jos de Groot

It was a bit cute and maybe awkward as well, but it worked. He clearly looked at the way of campaigning of Obama and Justin Trudeau in Canada and tried to imitate with the meet-ups they organized, and with big events combining politics with rappers and music and poets. I think that's really modern and good, to make politics popular.feedback

Matthew Perry

I think he was excelling in a sport that we weren't as [good at]. So it was pure jealousy. I think he was the only kid in school we could beat up. This is terrible – I was a stupid kid. I didn't want to beat him up. In fact, I think at one point I tried to turn it into love play. But I think it was rather instrumental in him going to such great heights and becoming prime minister. Yeah, I think he said, 'I'm gonna rise above this, and I'm gonna become prime minister.'.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Justin Trudeau

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

Justin Trudeau

[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

Justin Trudeau

The world gets to see what it is to lean on each other and be there for each other through the darkest times. There is no relationship quite like the friendship between Canada and the United States. This story, this amazing show, is very much about that, and it's about friendship as well.feedback

Matthew Perry

We both beat him up. I think he was excelling in a sport that we weren't, so it was pure jealousy. But I don't think that's the reason we beat him up. I think he was the only kid in school that we could beat up. But I think I was rather instrumental in him going to such great heights and becoming the prime minister. I think he said, you know, I'm going to rise above this and I'm going to become prime minister.feedback

Jimmy Kimmel

That would never happen to Barron Trump, you would be in the stockade right now, you would be in Russia somewhere.feedback

Jimmy Kimmel

Don't they have secret service there protecting the children of prime ministers? That would never happen to Donald Trump, you'd be in the stockade right now, you'd be in Russia somewhere.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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 [US President Donald Trump] at his word when he talks about just making a few tweaks. Because that's what we're always happy to do.feedback

Jesse Klaver

I think we are still a tolerant country. We are a country who believes in freedom and we are an emphatic society I would say. Geert Wilders is losing momentum. You know he was very high in the polls and now he is going down and down and down. And that's where he should be.feedback

Jesse Klaver

And a lot of people who are voting for Geert Wilders are not racist, they are very tolerant. Except they are only afraid for what is happening in their lives. They are afraid for their future.feedback

Jesse Klaver

This year is not only about the election in the Netherlands, but elections in the whole of Europe. In the Netherlands, we have to show that populism can be stopped and there is an alternative. That alternative is us. The values the Netherlands stands for, for many, many decades, centuries actually, its freedom, its tolerance, its empathy. ..they are destroying it. It's terrible when people are born in the Netherlands have the feeling they are not part of this society and it is not something to be proud of, but something to be ashamed of. And I want to change that.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Justin Trudeau

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

Justin Trudeau

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

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau

Our goal is gender equality, and fighting for it is going to require men and women working together – raising our boys and girls to make a difference, hand-in-hand. This is about recognizing that we should be allies on this journey.feedback

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau

This week, as we mark International Women's Day, let's celebrate the boys and men in our lives who encourage us to be who we truly are, who treat girls & women with respect, and who aren't afraid to speak up in front of others. Together, we can create a movement that inspires more men to join the fight to build a better tomorrow with equal rights & opportunities for everyone … because #EqualityMatters.feedback

Daniel Yergin

I expect to hear a great deal at CERAWeek from Prime Minister Trudeau and industry leaders about the importance and mutual benefit from the large cross-border energy [integration]. Whatever the eventual outcome of the NAFTA debate, they're not going to want to lose benefits.feedback

Michael Rubinoff

This is extremely culturally significant, having a Canadian musical, written by Canadians about Canadians, on Broadway – that's historic. The show speaks to his values. Welcoming refugees, kindness – these are issues he's been championing since he's been prime minister, and those themes speak to him now more than ever, given the international political climate.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Ben Baldwin

You routinely see Prime Minister Justin Trudeau show up in the same room where all the founders show up.feedback

Jenny Kwan

What will the government do to secure clear assurances for Canadians who wish to cross the border? When will the Prime Minister stand up for Canadians … will he stand up to the bully?feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Jenny Kwan

What will the government do to secure clear assurances for Canadians who wish to cross the border? When will the Prime Minister stand up for Canadians ... will he stand up to the bully?feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Justin Trudeau

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

Justin Trudeau

The European Union is a truly remarkable achievement, and an unprecedented model for peaceful co-operation. Canada knows that an effective European voice on the global stage isn't just preferable – it's essential. Now, 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. This anxiety towards the economy and trade – the worry that our kids won't have access to the same jobs and opportunities that we had – can be addressed only if we ensure that trade is inclusive, so that everyone benefits.feedback

Justin Trudeau

The European Union is a truly remarkable achievement, and an unprecedented model for peaceful co-operation. Canada knows that an effective European voice on the global stage isn't just preferable -- it's essential. If we are successful, CETA will become the blueprint for all ambitious, future trade deals. If we are not, this could well be one of the last. Now, 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.feedback

Deborah Notkin

This year, something has happened that I've never seen before. A number of employers say they want to go ahead [to help the employee stay in the U.S.] but the person doesn't want to stay here. They don't want to commit to an H-1B visa; and they're not people from the Middle East either.feedback

David Crawford

I do think the points system works, and it's not going to be 100 percent foolproof. You have to make sure that new immigrants succeed. If they have the skills, language to get by in the country then their chances of succeeding increases and everybody wins.feedback

Deborah Notkin

I'm against the points system. To change our system that way would not address our needs. We are STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) hungry and if we create this anti-immigrant atmosphere we're going to lose these people.feedback

Justin Trudeau

Canada and the United States have been neighbours a long time. But there have been times where we have differed in our approaches. And that's always been done firmly and respectfully. The last thing Canadians expect is for me to come down and lecture another country on how they choose to govern themselves.feedback

Justin Trudeau

Canada has always understood that keeping Canadians safe is one of the fundamental responsibilities of any government. At the same time, we continue to pursue our policies of openness towards refugees without compromising security. There have been times where we have differed in our approaches and that's always been done firmly and respectfully. The last thing Canadians expect is for me to come down and lecture another country on how they choose to govern themselves. Today's conversations have served to reinforce how important that is for both Canadians and Americans.feedback

Stephen Kelly

You don't have to be a genius to see there are some stark differences between them. But is this the time to be poking people in the eye? I would say it is not. ... In some ways the president is a guy for whom personal relationships may be even more important.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Justin Trudeau

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

Nelson Wiseman

It's a smart thing if Canada proposed this. It takes attention off of NAFTA. And from Trump's point of view, it contributes to softening Trump's image, and he's got a problem with women.feedback

Roland Paris

The overriding priority will be for Canada to maintain secure and reliable access to the U.S. market and the supply chains that crisscross the border.feedback

Stephen Miller

It's not for me to tell you what's in the president's mind. That's a question for the president. This is a judicial usurpation of the power. It is a violation of judges' proper roles in litigating disputes. We will fight it. As you know, we have multiple options, and we are considering all of them. We're going to focus on public safety and saving American lives and we will not apologize.feedback

Max Cameron

So in some sense Canada approaches the renegotiation from a good position.feedback

Paul Frazer

Something sudden will happen with Trump and Canadians will look to Mr Trudeau immediately and say: what are you going to do about it? And that day will come.feedback

Michael Kergin

He's been playing it pretty well by restraining the temptation to be publicly critical of the president. At the same time, it's a delicate balance.feedback

Philippe Couillard

The Muslim community was the target of this murderous attack. No person should have to pay with their life, for their race, their colour, their sexual orientation or their religious beliefs.feedback

Regis Labeaume

No person should have to pay with their life, for their race, their color, their sexual orientation or their religious beliefs.feedback

Philippe Couillard

I would like to say a few words, to our Quebec compatriots of Muslim faith: we are with you, you are at home, you are welcomed at home, we are all from Quebec. Together we must to continue to build an open, welcoming and peaceful society.feedback

Christine Coulombe

Six people are confirmed dead -- they range in age from 35 to about 70.feedback

Mohamed Yangui

Why is this happening here? This is barbaric. Muslim-Canadians are an important part of our national fabric, and these senseless acts have no place in our communities, cities and country.feedback

Ian Nakamoto

Prime Minister (Justin) Trudeau has to play his cards pretty carefully here. The last thing you want is have some sort of taxation on oil going into the U.S.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Justin Trudeau

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 mean's economic growth and good jobs for Albertans.feedback

David MacNaughton

They haven't said anything specific about any real problems that they have with us.feedback

Kevin O'Leary

It's official, I'm in. The Conservative Party of Canada needs a candidate who can beat (Prime Minister) Justin Trudeau and bring back jobs to this country!feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Justin Trudeau

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

Cameron Ahmad

As you may know, the Prime Minister will soon be embarking upon a town hall tour across different regions of our country in order to meet with and remain connected to Canadians, at home and in their communities. This tour will provide many great opportunities to engage directly with Canadians, and will now be taking place over a longer period than previously planned.feedback

Cameron Ahmad

The forum is a prime opportunity to highlight Canada's strength as a place to invest, grow, and establish new business opportunities – and our ministers will be doing that work and building new relationships.feedback

Justin Trudeau

There is no relationship in the entire world quite like the Canada-U.S. relationship. We've built an economic relationship that supports jobs in every congressional district. We're the largest international customer for goods and services made in the U.S.A.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Joe Biden

There are periods when the number of genuine leaders are on a continent are in short supply and when they are in heavy supply. We're going to get through this period because we are Americans and Canadians.feedback

Joe Biden

The world is going to spend a lot of time looking to you Mr. Prime Minister. Viva la Canada because we need you very, very badly.feedback

Justin Trudeau

The fact is Fidel Castro had a deep and lasting impact on the Cuban people. He certainly was a polarizing figure and there certainly were concerns around human rights. That's something that I'm open about and that I've highlighted. But on the passing of his death I expressed a statement that highlighted the deep connection between the people of Canada and the people of Cuba.feedback

Justin Trudeau

A legendary revolutionary and orator, Mr. Castro made significant improvements to the education and health care of his island nation. 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

Marco Rubio

Is this a real statement or a parody? Because if this is a real statement from the PM of Canada it is shameful (and) embarrassing.feedback

Andrew Left - Citron Research

Mallinckrodt CEO Mark Trudeau has been caught red handed committing securities fraud – exposed by none other than the newly released Medicare drug-spending dashboard.feedback

Donald Tusk - European Council

Mission accomplished! Just agreed with (Canadian) Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to hold EU-Canada Summit this Sunday.feedback

Donald Tusk - European Council

I am glad for good news from PM Charles Michel. Only once all procedures are finalised for EU signing CETA, will I contact PM Justin Trudeau.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Cecilia Malmström - European Trade

There are lots of things to discuss with our Canadian friends but if we don't manage to have this trade agreement there will not be (a visit by Trudeau) at this occasion.feedback

Justin Trudeau

If in a week or two we see that Europe is unable to sign a progressive trade agreement with a country like Canada, well, then with whom will Europe think that it can do business in the years to come?feedback

Michael Froman

In those negotiations, we will work to meet the mandate agreed to by President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau when they met in Ottawa in June - a new agreement that is designed to maintain Canadian exports at or below an agreed-upon U.S. market share to be negotiated, with the stability, consistency and flexibility necessary to achieve the confidence of both industries.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Justin Trudeau

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

Catherine McKenna

This is a really great day ... after 10 years of inaction, of not taking serious steps to tackle climate change, we're finally doing it.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Justin Trudeau

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

Paul Evans

The science seems to be on Canada's side but as the seller, Canada will have to adjust and change some of its facilities for separating canola from other materials. Trudeau is going to play for time and postpone this matter for at least a year or two.feedback

Chrystia Freeland

It's important ... the Chinese understand this is not some side issue. This is a priority issue for Canada. When the Liberal government came to power last year, Trudeau instructed her to expand trade with China. We cannot take the next step in our relationship with China until the canola issue is resolved. ... We expect some action from China. Our canola is absolutely safe.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Justin Trudeau

We agreed that it is something that we are going to make sure that we do bring up with our friends and allies around the world as we come to grips with the fact that the world is a dangerous place. We need to make sure that terrorists understand that they cannot continue to fund their crimes and their violence from taking innocents hostage.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Yuri Foreman

It was great to train him. He is very likable and he has the potential to impact people in his country and around the world very positively. And he's got a heavy punch!feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Justin Trudeau

Because you can't be Canadian without being aware of at least one other country, the United States, because it's so important to us. I think we sometimes like to think that, you know, Americans will pay attention to us from time to time, too.feedback

Nelson Wiseman

Obama was delighted that Trudeau got elected. They're both liberals. They both like to talk the same kind of language.feedback

Justin Trudeau

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

Barack Obama

I think we've seen the incredible excitement that Justin generated during his campaign in Canada. We're confident that he's going to be able to provide a great boost of energy and reform to the Canadian political landscape. And we're looking forward very much to working with him.feedback

Scott Thuman - ABC

You just spoke about the desire to build bridges, although there are some notable and philosophical differences between yourself and Prime Minister Trudeau. I'm curious, as you move forward on issues from trade to terrorism, how do you see this relationship playing out? And are there any specific areas with which during your conversations today you each decided to perhaps alter or amend your stances already on those sensitive issues like terrorism and immigration?feedback

Justin Trudeau

On behalf of all Canadians, we offer our deepest condolences to the families, friends and colelagues of all those killed and a speedy recovery to all those injured, we are deeply saddended by these senseless acts of violence on innocent civilians. We have offered assistance to the Burkinabe authorities in their investigation of this terrible crime.feedback

Justin Trudeau

Even with where I was comfortable with the idea of being a feminist, I didn't actually come out and say that I was a feminist.feedback

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