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Trudeau, Justin

LC control no.no2014147581
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingTrudeau, Justin
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Variant(s)Trudeau, Justin, 1971-
See alsoHere are entered works of the Prime Minister acting in a capacity other than official. For works of the Prime Minister acting in his official capacity, see: Canada. Prime Minister (2015- : Trudeau)
Chief executive of: Canada. Prime Minister (2015- : Trudeau)
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Associated countryCanada
Birth date1971-12-25
Place of birthOttawa (Ont.)
Field of activityCanada--Politics and government
AffiliationMcGill University University of British Columbia Katimavik (Organization) Liberal Party of Canada
Profession or occupationTeachers Politicians Legislators Prime ministers
Found inMoglica, Elliott-Hasan. The proton man, 2014: title page (Justin Trudeau) page xv (Justin Trudeau: professional Canadian teacher, parliamentarian and the leader of the Liberal Party of Canada) page xviii (son of the Right Hon. Pierre Elliott Trudeau)
Prime Minister of Canada website, viewed 27 May 2016: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (born December 25, 1971, Justin Trudeau is Canada's 23rd Prime Minister; a teacher, father, advocate, and leader; father, Pierre Trudeau, mother, Margaret Sinclair; after graduating from McGill University in 1994, completed the University of British Columbia's education program, and spent several years teaching mostly French and math in Vancouver; married Sophie Grégoire in 2005 and has three children; elected in the Montreal riding of Papineau in 2008, and reelected in 2011 and 2015; elected party leader in April 2013; sworn in on November 4, 2015)
Canadian Encyclopedia online, viewed 27 May 2016: Justin Trudeau (Justin Pierre James Trudeau, 23rd prime minister of Canada, Liberal Party leader, teacher, born 25 December 1971 in Ottawa, ON; eldest son of prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau and Margaret Trudeau (née Sinclair); completed a Bachelor of Arts in literature at McGill University in 1994, where he started the Bachelor of Education program, and two years later he moved to the west coast and finished his Bachelor of Education in 1998 at the University of British Columbia; from 1999 to 2002, taught in Vancouver; in 2002, began an engineering degree at l'École Polytechnique de Montréal, but quit in 2003; from 2005 to 2006 Trudeau was a Masters student of Environmental Geography at McGill University; chaired Katimavik, the national youth service program, from 2002 to 2006)
LAC in VIAF, Oct. 14, 2016 (authorized access point: Trudeau, Justin, 1971-)
Equivalent(s)Trudeau, Justin, 1971-
National bib agency no.1024E9805E
Associated languageeng fre
Quality codenlc