Compiled by M.T. from Stand Together For Canada On Facebook.
August 4 2000 - GropeGate. "If I had known you were reporting for a national paper, I never would have been so forward.”
Trudeau advised on February 11, 2014 (CPAC), that “the budget will balance itself”.
Trudeau on March 15 2011 - using the term "barbaric" and said an official government publication should make an "attempt at responsible neutrality." On honour killings.
Trudeau on December 2011 - he called Federal Environment Minister Peter Kent a “piece of shit”
Trudeau advised on May 17, 2007 (Edmonton Journal), “our capitalist model has given us tremendous things but the time has come for us to look at it critically.”
Trudeau advised on November 24, 2010 (Tele-Quebec), “Canada isn't doing well right now because it's Albertans who control our community and socio-democratic agenda. It doesn't work." He advised that he would rather separate with Quebec than be under a federal government run by Albertans.
Trudeau advised on April 29, 2007 (CTV), “One of the big things people are surprised with is how down to Earth I am. I'm sorry, I don’t know any other way to be."
Trudeau advised on April 2013 - Boston Bombings (National Post) - But there is no question that this happened because there is someone who feels completely excluded
Trudeau advised on May 29, 2014 (Your McMurray Magazine), "I am very much in favour of the west-east pipeline.''
Trudeau advised on December 13, 2014 (Le Soleil), ''The East Energy Oil pipeline is not socially acceptable."
Trudeau advised on March 13, 2013 (Twitter), “How do I prove that? I know. Tell your friend that they’re full of shit.”
Trudeau advised on September 11, 2014 (Sun News), “The thinking that got us to this place no longer holds. We have to rethink elements as basic as space and time."
Trudeau advised on February 14, 2013 (Sun News), “I am not going to talk about this anymore because I am setting a new standard for transparency."
Trudeau advised on April 7, 2013 (Global News), I'm not going to go around reciting Pi to the 19th decibel or you know wave my grades, or test scores to people."
Trudeau advised on March 27, 2014 (Salam Toronto), “One of the big difficulties for me has been, all my life I've been an international traveller. I've spent years travelling around the world, seeing all sorts of different countries."
Trudeau advised on February 3, 2001 (The Globe & Mail), “I can do anything I want and there is nothing I want more than to be a teacher and maybe create more people like me who recognize the importance of taking responsibility for the world."
Trudeau advised on November 24, 2010 (Tele-Quebec), “Certainly when we look at the great prime ministers of the 20th century, the only ones that were really any good were from Quebec. Like Trudeau, Mulroney, Chretien, Paul Martin” and “We have a role. This country, Canada, it belongs to us."
Trudeau advised on March 30, 2012 (Sun News), “But 15 million dollars a year, which is not a whole lot of money in the grand scheme of things."
Trudeau advised on February 26, 2001 (Sherbrooke Record), "I don't read the newspapers, I don't watch the news. If something important happens, someone will tell me."
Trudeau advised on February 25, 2014 (CPAC), "Because I am a federal politician, because I want to become Prime Minister, I think it would be very inappropriate for me to take a firm position now."
Trudeau advised on December 12, 2012 (CBC), "I think that's a very slippery slope to get on: to decide that we don't like the values or the color of government of another country."
Trudeau advised on October 15, 2008 (CBC), “I've always known that it's sometimes an advantage to be a Trudeau."
Trudeau advised on February 9, 2015 (Macleans), “One of the many things that have impressed me about Eve Adams in recent weeks is her commitment to public service."
Trudeau advised on November 7, 2013 (CBC), “You know, there's a level of admiration I actually have for China, because their basic dictatorship is allowing them to turn their economy around on a dime."
Trudeau advised on November 20, 2013 (Xtra) when asked, "Do you regret making the comment about China, that it was the country you most admire: Maybe we shouldn't be so smug about Canada."
Trudeau advised on February 14, 2012 (CBC), “I understand Sovereigntists."
On our involvement in Iraq, Trudeau advised on October 2, 104 (Huffington Post), “'Why aren't we talking more about the kind of humanitarian aid that Canada can and must be engaged in, rather than trying to whip out our CF-18s and show them how big they are?"
Trudeau advised on January 31, 2014 (CTV), “I am the leader of the Liberal Party. I decide who is in the Senate."
Trudeau advised on November 8, 2006 (National Post), “I won the birth lottery."
Trudeau advised on November 7, 2014 (Toronto Sun), “There's a lot of people, refugees, displaced peoples, fleeing violence who are facing a very, very cold winter in the mountains. Something Canada has expertise on is how to face a winter in the mountains with the right kind of equipment."
Trudeau advised on February 23, 2014 (Tout le Monde en Parle), “It's very worrying, especially because Russia lost in hockey (Sochi Olympics), they'll be in a bad mood. We fear Russia's involvement in Ukraine.”
Trudeau advised on August 22, 2013 (Huffington Post), “We had a few good friends over for a dinner party, our kids were at their grandmother's for the night, and one of our friends lit a joint and passed it around. I had a puff."
Trudeau advised that the Conservatives got into office “by accident”.
Trudeau advised in September 2014 (Western University in Ontario), "We have to realize that the way of thinking that got us to this place no longer holds. We have to rethink elements as basic as space and time, to go all science ‘fictiony’ on you in this sense."
Trudeau was quoted in August 2014, as saying that Canada's current marijuana laws "left 475,000 people with criminal records since the Conservatives took office in 2006" despite the fact, that a reported incident doesn’t mean an arrest has been made, a charge laid or a conviction earned.
Trudeau advised, "I always say that if, at a given time, I believed that Canada was really the Canada of Stephen Harper and that we were going against abortion, that we were going against gay marriage, that we were moving backwards in 10,000 different ways, maybe I would think of wanting to make Quebec a country.”
Trudeau advised on February 12, 2012 (Radio Canada), “"Maybe I'd think of wanting to make Quebec a country." Trudeau championed the idea of a coalition with the Bloc Quebecois in 2008. Trudeau advised in 1999, that Quebecers are better than the rest of Canada.
Trudeau advised on November 24, 2010 (Tele-Quebec), "Is Canada better served when there are more Quebeckers in power than Albertans? When questioned further, Trudeau advised, “I'm a Liberal, so obviously I think so."
Trudeau advised in 2007, that unilingual Canadians are lazy.
Trudeau advised in a speech in Toronto on March 9, 2015, that those who disagree with him on matters like immigration, assimilation and multiculturalism are bigots. Trudeau advised, “We all know what is going on here. It is nothing less than an attempt to play on people’s fears and foster prejudice, directly toward the Muslim faith.”
Trudeau advised students at UBC in March, 2015, that he was supporting Harper’s hastily improvised, utterly unnecessary, reckless anti-terror bill because “I do not want this government making political hay out of an issue as important as security.” He freely acknowledged that “This conversation might be different if we weren’t months from an election campaign,” in which case he’d presumably oppose the bill for the wretched blight it is. But “we know that, tactically, this government would be perfectly happy if the opposition completely voted against this bill because it fits into their fear narrative.”
Trudeau advised CPAC on May 7, 2013, that regarding the Middle East, “picking sides has been problematic.”
Trudeau advised in the House of Commons on May 12, 2015, “helping everyone isn’t fair.”
Trudeau advised the Toronto Star on November 4, 2014, “Income splitting is not a wise investment for Canadians.”
Trudeau advised parliament on May 12, 2015, “Benefiting every single family isn’t what is fair.”
Trudeau advised on June 23, 2015, “I will move to normalize relations with Iran.”
Trudeau advised in August, 2015, that we have to handle the economy from the heart.
Trudeau advised in a CBC interview on September 8, 2015, "we have to know that a large percentage of small businesses are actually just ways for wealthier Canadians to save on their taxes”
Trudeau advised in the Winnipeg Town Hall, July 4, 2015), "…the Liberal Party believes that terrorists should keep their Canadian citizenship, because I do. And I’m willing to take on anyone that disagrees with that.”
Paris Climate Summit - ``Canada is Back, my friends!``
December 2015 - Trudeau promised `sunny ways`
December 22 2016
Trudeau: “I’ve been incredibly lucky all my life”
December 27 2016
Trudeau Finally Loses It: Says Canada Is Stronger Because Of Muslims
“So let me be clear, Canada is stronger because of the contributions of its Muslim community. We are stronger because of you. And that’s why every day we just chose hope over fear and stand up to the politics of hate and division.”
March 7 2016 - Trudeau: bringing in Syrian refugees diffuses the risk of terrorist attacks in Canada on interview with CBS Lara Logan
June 15 2016 - Trudeau on Orlando massacre: “Love always conquers hate”
September 11 2016 - Trudeau blames ancient Romans for persecuting Christians in Egypt .
" Most importantly, the New Year is a time to honour all those who sacrificed so much—including their lives—for their faith during years of intense persecution in Egypt while under Roman rule. "
December 5 2016
More people should engage in politics so 'no party gets to run against Muslim Canadians,' Justin Trudeau says
December 31 2016
Trudeau on New Year: “I will always stand against politics of fear and division”
February 11 2017
Trudeau on what Indigenous youth need: "Most of the young people I've talked to want a place to store their canoes and paddles..."
March 9 2017
Trudeau believes “a Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian.” And that includes convicted terrorists.
April 3 2017
To those fleeing persecution, terror & war, Canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith. Diversity is our strength #WelcomeToCanada
June 22 2017
Trudeau at Muslim Welfare Centre: “To be Canadian means to be Muslim”
November 28 2017
Trudeau says he has the ability to “de-program” terrorists
December 21 2017
Justin Trudeau On Returning ISIS Fighters: They'll Be An 'Extraordinarily Powerful Voice' For Canada
"A powerful voice for preventing radicalization"
Jan 2018 Funny Graphic someone made.
January 28 2018
February 3 2018
Asnwering a veteran at a townhall. "They are asking for more than we can give"
February 5 2018
Mankind is Peoplekind. "We would like to say peoplekind"
February 22 2018
Said Trudeau, “Our countries both marked some big milestones. You celebrated the 70th Anniversary of Indian Independence, and we celebrated the 100th Anniversary of Canadian Confederation.”
March 7 2018
When you are a baby, you are a scientist.
April 18 2018
Justin Trudeau told European elites that he's disappointed that he can't phase out Canada's oil industry "tomorrow".
June 12 2018 (Tony Lam's Comments: Trudeau plays nice to Trumps face, then when Trump leaves, Trudeau goes Mean Girls on him. This isn't high school! )
Canadians: we're polite, we're reasonable, but we also will not be pushed around!
July 1 2018 GropeGate.
'I don't remember any negative interactions,
“Part of this awakening that we’re having as a society, a long-awaited realization, is that it’s not just one side of the story that matters. That the same interactions can be experienced very differently from one person to the next,”
“I remember that day in Creston well ... I had a good day that day. I don’t remember any negative interactions that day at all.”
“I’m confident I did not act inappropriately”
“People can experience interactions differently.”
“Part of the lesson we need to learn …”
This is “a time of collective awakening …”
“a level of respect and understanding.”
Trudeau says he apologized “in the moment” because Rose Knight experienced what happened “in a different way than I acted or I experienced it.”
“We need to take opportunities to continue to reflect on it.”
“I obviously will continue to stand as a defender of understanding and respect for individuals and the experiences they go through.”
“I think people understand every situation is different.”
Aug 16 2018
Sir, you are in the course of saying things that are anti-Indigenous, it isn't very nice, it isn't very polite.
This intolerance regarding immigrants does not have a place in Canada. This intolerance of diversity, you do not have a place here.
But you must know that strength is to unite and not to scream, not to spread fear, not to spread intolerance, madam.
September 7 2018
Diversity is leading to . . . Entropy!
November 29 2018
When I became President in 2015.
November 30 2018
“Trudeau says there needs to be conversations about toxic masculinity, and that men can’t show emotion, have to be the leader of the home, and how a threat to any of that makes him weak. Says it’s time to change that, starts with how people raise children.”
October 31 2018