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Canadian politics: New cabinet, empty platitudes, interventionism – in other words, a repeat Trudeau

Canadian politics: New cabinet, empty platitudes, interventionism – in other words, a repeat Trudeau

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For however long it lasts, Canada’s incoming government has doubled down on its doublespeak, using ‘woke’ discourse to push corporate welfarism at home and interventionism abroad. There was little fanfare within Canada around the new group that will attempt to steer the country’s governmental agenda over the next four years. ‘Attempt to’, of course, because Justin Trudeau will seek to downplay his NATO Summit gaffe and row with US President Donald Trump when he reconvenes parliament on Thursday as prime minister of a minority government. Trudeau’s Liberals won enough seats in Canada’s 338-member House of Commons to form a government but also failed to repeat their 2015 showing after dropping 27 seats. They also lost over a million votes compared to the last election, finishing second in the popular vote. Given the evident signs of a decline in support, Trudeau looked to curry favor with voters by making a surprise announcement. It was certainly a surprise to everyone to hear that…
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