Justin Trudeau Speech Analysis

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Canada’s Ever Growing Multiculturalism From Borden to Pearson to Trudeau: How Canada Day has defined a nation - CBC “ One-hundred and fifty years since Confederation," Justin Trudeau observed, looking out at the thousands on Parliament Hill who had made it through the security and rain. A nice, round number that 's as good a reason to celebrate as any." - Justin Trudeau, 2017. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks during Canada 150 celebrations on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Saturday. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press) “www.cbc.ca/news/politics/trudeau-speech-canada-day-analysis-wherry-1.4184264” Canada Loves Everyone During the celebration of Canada 150’s anniversary, Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada, reminded us what is truly being Canadian. It does not matter how old we are, but that we continue to adapt and welcome cultures from all over the world. The speech also mentioned the importance of the Constitution in 1867, The Canadian Charter of…show more content…
To remember how close was the 1995 Quebec referendum and that we should not take for granted the tremendous hard work it has taken us as a country to be here; however, today, we celebrate Canada’s 150 anniversary. As we reflect on those difficult times that we faced as a country. 1917, labeled as “the worst year in Canadian history” one of our cities, Halfix, was destroyed during First World War. Prime Minister Robert Borden led Canada through this difficult times with difficult decisions such as conscription. Multiculturalism isn’t easy either. We will face difficult times, where we will question our choices and ideologies, but we will remember the love and support that as a united country we have. To care for others, through respect, diversity and shared values.
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