Turning the Page: Canada’s Security Priorities Under Trudeau

Prime Minister-designate Justin Trudeau at his first official news conference, Ottawa, Oct. 20, 2015 (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press via AP).
Prime Minister-designate Justin Trudeau at his first official news conference, Ottawa, Oct. 20, 2015 (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press via AP).
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In a surprise last week, Canada’s Liberal Party won an overall majority in the federal election, gaining a clear mandate to form a new government led by party leader Justin Trudeau, the new prime minister-designate. Voters’ predominant concerns were the economy and moving on politically from Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper—not national security or foreign policy. However, Trudeau, Harper and the New Democratic Party’s Thomas Mulcair still clashed on a number of issues throughout the campaign related to Canada’s national and international security policies, including how to tackle terrorism, the refugee crisis and drug policy. Will Trudeau now follow through […]

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