Canada’s Social Movements Face Challenge with Trudeau’s New Government

October 28, 2019

Even though Justin Trudeau and his Liberal party had presented themselves as progressives, activists say they have betrayed promises. Activists will thus have to redouble their efforts for social change in Canada

Even though Justin Trudeau and his Liberal party had presented themselves as progressives, activists say they have betrayed promises. Activists will thus have to redouble their efforts for social change in Canada


TOPSHOT - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks during a news conference on October 23, 2019 in Ottawa, Canada - A weakened Prime Minister Justin Trudeau set out October 22, 2019 to secure the support of smaller parties he will need to form a government after winning Canada's nail-biter general election but falling short of a majority. Trudeau's Liberals took 157 seats in the 338-member House of Commons, down from a comfortable majority of 184 in the last ballot (and from 177 at the dissolution of parliament), official results showed. (Photo by Dave Chan / AFP) (Photo by DAVE CHAN/AFP via Getty Images)

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