Justin Trudeau quotes talk about what it was like for him to be the Prime Minister of Canada and the many challenges that come with the job. His quotes talk about trade deals and Canada once again becomes a recognized voice among the world leaders. He talked about his relationship with former President Barack Obama. His relationship with the current President Donald Trump has been very different and the two often clash on trade issues among other things. Below are a number of Justin Trudeau quotes to read.
“Our (military) commitments will, among other things, ensure that the Royal Canadian Navy is able to operate as a blue water fleet well into the future, by choosing to replace the existing CF-18s with a more affordable aircraft than the F-35s, we will be able to guarantee the delivery of current procurements for the navy."
“We work productively overall, but at the same time the responsibility of the prime minister of Canada is to stand up for Canadian interests."
“Canada has such a diminished voice on the world stage that Mr. Harper hasn't noticed that Vladimir Putin didn't listen to him when he told him to get out of Ukraine."
"(Conservative Prime Minister Stephen) Harper continues to make these decisions on a political basis rather (than) on a level of clarity and that's why quite frankly we're seeing global investment hesitant to engage."
“If I earn Canadians' trust in four days' time, it'll be one of my most crucial priorities to begin once again having a productive and constructive relationship with our closest ally and neighbor."
“There is an awful lot at stake, the choice we make is going to have real consequences for the next four years for families, for seniors, for small business."
“We knew that we were the luckiest kids in the world and that we had done nothing to actually deserve it, it was instead something that we would have to spend the rest of our lives to work very hard to live up to."
“To this country's friends all around the world, many of you have wondered that Canada has lost a compassionate and constructive voice in the world over the past 10 years, well, I have a simple message for you on behalf of 35 million Canadians: we’re back."
“He understands the commitments I've made around ending the combat mission."
“We defeated the idea that Canadians should be satisfied with less, and that better isn't possible, my friends, this is Canada, where better is always possible."
“The decision on Bombardier will be taken by the minister (of innovation, Navdeep Bains) based on facts, recommendations and economic reasons. It's always tempting to take a political decision, or a decision based on symbols, we will base our decision on economic facts and the benefits for Canadians."
“I certainly hope that this is going to be an era of greater cooperation and mutual benefit."
“We have an opportunity to set a fresh approach in our relationship, i certainly hope that this is going to be an era of greater cooperation and mutual benefit."
“It is not up to government to support one project or another, it is up for a government to set the framework within which communities can choose, or not, to support a project."
“In Paris a united Canada will demonstrate that we are serious about climate change."
“The important thing is to be able to reassure Canadians that absolutely everything is being done to keep Canadians safe and therefore ensure these refugees are welcomed as new Canadians and not a cause for anxiety or division within the population."
“One of the things that changed with Paris was the perception that Canadians had ... (they) had a few more questions,"
“Canada is back and ready to play its part in combating climate change, and this includes helping the poorest and most vulnerable countries in the world adapt."
“We have made this inquiry a priority for our government because those touched by this national tragedy have waited long enough. The victims deserve justice, their families an opportunity to be heard and to heal."
“I know that renewing our relationship is an ambitious goal, but I am equally certain that it is one we can, and will, achieve if we work together."
“Resettling refugees demonstrates our commitment to Canadians and the world that Canada understands we can and must do more."
"This is a wonderful night, where we get to show not just a planeload of new Canadians what Canada is all about, we get to show the world how to open our hearts and welcome in people who are fleeing extraordinarily difficult situations."
“The issues of North Korea's governance and judicial system are well known. We are very concerned about someone being sentenced to life in North Korea."
“We need to be consulting with communities; we need to be partnering with indigenous peoples; we need to be reassuring Canadians that the science and environmental impact and the risks are being properly monitored, however, we do need to continue to allow processes ... underway where proponents of a broad range of projects can attempt to acquire the social license that simply was not available, even as a theoretical option, over the past years."
“We get to show the world how to open our hearts and welcome people who are fleeing extraordinarily difficult straits."
“Canada needs to step up in its fight against climate change."
“A few that come to mind that President Obama just rightly recognized as being extraordinary contributors to the American success story is Jonathan Toews, Duncan Keith, and Patrick Sharp of the Chicago Blackhawks."
“I want to assure the American people they have a real partner in Canada."
“Overall, the President and I agree on many things."
“It's a deeply personal issue that affects all of us and our families and all of us individually as we approach the end of our lives, the plan we have put forward is one that respects Canadians' choices while putting in place the kinds of safeguards needed."
“We need to make sure that terrorists understand that they cannot continue to fund their crimes and their violence (by) taking innocents hostage."
“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."
“That is certainly our hope and that is the nature of the conversations we're having right now with Bombardier."
“Having important companies with a global footprint like Bombardier create those jobs here at home is an important part of the kind of economy we need to build."
“The whole situation is pretty much last minute."
“The approach we take on this is very much are we creating conditions for success in the medium and long term that is going to lead to good jobs, that is going to lead to a vibrant and thriving aerospace industry in Canada? that is certainly our hope and that is the nature of the conversations we're having right now with Bombardier."
“I made a poor judgment call in wanting to step in on a situation that I should have just let evolve without the prime minister thrusting himself into the middle of it."
“Quite frankly a lot of people said: 'Don't worry about it, everyone has bad days'. But the people who know me said 'OK, Justin, is there something bugging you? Is the atmosphere in the House getting particularly toxic?'"
“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."
“I don't think so. I'm not someone who has a history of using drugs, i lived in Whistler( British Columbia) for a few years, surrounded by friends who did."
“This story really shows that even in those darkest moments, we can lean on each other, being there for each other in times of difficulties is something Newfoundlanders get, and it's certainly something Canadians and Americans get."
“The Government of Canada is considering this request carefully and seriously. I have asked federal trade officials to further examine the request to inform our government’s next steps, we disagree strongly with the U.S. Department of Commerce’s decision to impose an unfair and punitive duty on Canadian softwood lumber products."
“We are heartbroken knowing many of those we lost had their entire lives in front of them. We grieve with those facing news no parent or family should ever have to face, this is every parent’s worst nightmare. No one should ever have to see their child leave to play the sport they love and never come back."
Justin Trudeau Biography
Justin Pierre James Trudeau PC MP is a Canadian Prime Minister and politician. He was born in 1971 and is currently 48 years of age and serves as Canada’s 23rd Prime Minister. He has been the one leading the Liberal Party since 2013 and has been the Canadian leader since 2015. He worked as a teacher before taking on the task of politics and has bachelor degrees in literature and education. He is known to have a relatively decent relationship with U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Justin Trudeau Facts
Justin Trudeau was born on the 25th of December otherwise known as Christmas day. He was born while his father Pierre Trudeau was Prime Minister of Canada. This made him the only other person to do so and follow in his father’s footsteps as Margaret Mary Theodora Macdonald was the first. I hope something he said was inspiring and motivating as you read his quotes.