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The Greatest Canadian
Transcript of The Greatest Canadian
Impact in History/Society
Personality Traits and "Mega Skill
The Present Birth and Death: Influences Lifetime Accomplishments: Major Events/Turning Points SWAG Lifetime Accomplishments/ Impact on Society: Character Traits Greatest Canadian EVER! Don't you agree? THAT CONCLUDES OUR PRESENTATION, Any questions?
•Courageous Two siblings, Suzette Trudeau-Rouleau and Charles Jr. Trudeau.
Father's job at Imperial Oil.
Alexandre, Michel, and Justin Trudeau • 1965: Trudeau was elected MP in Mount Royal riding of Montreal.
Trudeau was also selected tor run for the Liberal Party
• 1967: Campaigned for Leadership of the Liberal.
Trudeau advocated for bills that supported homosexuality or abortion.
• 1968: Trudeau wins Liberal Leadership.
April 20 he became Canada’s 15th Prime Minister.
• 1969: Instates the Official Languages Act came to force.
• 1970: On October 16 Trudeau invokes War Measures Act (WMA).
• 1971: On October 8, Trudeau introduced to the House of Commons the Multiculturalism Policy. 1975: On October 13, Trudeau created the wage and price control.
• 1979: Trudeau resigns as Prime Minister.
• 1980: On March 3 Trudeau became the Prime Minister of Canada again.
On May 20, Quebecers vote on a separation from Canada.
On October 28 the National Energy Program (NEP) is introduced.
• 1982: On April 17, Trudeau created the Charter of Rights and Freedom.
• 1984: On June 30, Trudeau retired from politics. Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Same Sex Marriage
Multiculturalism Act •Leader
•Arrogant Mega Skill: Confidence Education Harvard University
“Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris”
The London School of Economics
Jesuit Collège Jean-de-Brébuf
University of Montréal Fundamental freedoms (section 2), namely freedom of conscience, freedom of religion, freedom of thought, freedom of belief, freedom of expression, freedom of the press and of other media of communication, freedom of peaceful assembly, and freedom of association. Section 7: right to life, liberty, and security of the person. October 18, 1919 in Montreal, Quebec.
Died on September 28, 2000 in Montreal IN Conclusion... "If all politicians were like Mr. Trudeau, then there would be world peace." - John Lennon.
"One of the ablest leaders of the Western world." - Richard Nixon.
"One of those remarkable personalities."
-Willy Brandt Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Canadian Health Act
Canada’s own Constitution
Keeping Quebec a Province The Present Pauline Marois
Justin Trudeau Family Information Through Pierre's father, Charles Emile Trudeau, he learned business and negotiating skills.
His father also influence him to become a great father.
Pierre says ; “He was a man I admired very much… He had a lot of friends, the house was always full of friends. And he was big in my eyes, but he was obviously big in the eyes of his friends, too. He was a leader, he had wit… to me he embodied universal wisdom.” His father's death from pneumonia affected him deeply.
His family traveled during Great Depression.
He learned to love traveling
He married Margaret Trudeau
Influenced by John F. Kennedy
Favorite teacher was his Roman Catholic Priest Signing Canada's Constitution Pierre Trudeau The Queen SKIT
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that shaped his personality? What was the impact this individual had on society? Constitution Act of 1982
Quebec Referendum Was the impact localized or did it spread? Mega Skills! persuasion