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Step aside Trump, it’s a Trudeau ‘thrilla in Manila’

MANILA: US President Donald Trump may be the most powerful man in the world, but as far as the media covering the 31st Asean Summit was concerned, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is the rockstar!


Harakah says sorry over 'Canadian PM a Muslim' article

PETALING JAYA: PAS' official organ Harakah has apologised for publishing an article that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has embraced Islam.


Canadian PM goes for a jog, photobombs prom pics

Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau photobombed a group of high school students posing for prom photos while jogging along a Vancouver waterfront.


Photos of shirtless, muscle-flexing new Canadian PM eclipse policy talk

TORONTO (Reuters) - The muscled, shirtless man stands facing the camera, fists up in a boxer's pose, with a large tattoo of the Earth surrounded by a raven visible on his left shoulder. The photograph caused social media to swoon on Tuesday over Canada's newly minted prime minister, Justin Trudeau.


Canada's Conservatives already out with anti-Trudeau ads

OTTAWA (Reuters) - The governing Conservative Party gave Justin Trudeau no honeymoon in his new role as leader of the Liberal Party, with attack ads launched on Monday that questioned if he has the judgment to run Canada.


Canada's golden boy Trudeau sinks in polls as scandal takes toll

OTTAWA (Reuters) - When Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took office in late 2015, he was a political golden boy who seemed destined to build on the legend of his father, who led the country for more than 15 years.


Obama on growing friendship with Trudeau - 'What's not to like?'

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Thursday turned the page on years of shaky ties with Canada by staging a lavish White House welcome for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, making clear the new leader is a man after his own heart.


After a year of nice, Trump brings Trudeau to brink of trade war

QUEBEC CITY, Quebec (Reuters) - In the end, the long charm offensive by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to avoid the ire of U.S. President Donald Trump failed just hours after success seemed closest, with Trump raining insults as Trudeau closed what seemed like a triumphant global summit.