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Pierre E. Trudeau
Transcript of Pierre E. Trudeau
Ashamary Abraham Pierre Elliot Trudeau Trudeau-mania Who was Pierre Trudeau? cont'd of Who was Pierre E. Trudeau? How was Pierre E. Trudeau Significant? "Just Watch Me" Lets Have Some Trivia Q's Question #1: Question #2: The Correct Answer is: Works Cited Thanks For Watching :) The Correct Answer is: Born on October 18, 1919 in Montreal suburb of Outremont
Grew up speaking French and English
Graduated from the Jesuit preparatory school
Received law degree from the University of Montreal
Became a professor of constitutional law at the University of Montreal
Invited to run for party seats for Liberal party leaders
Won election and became Minister of Justice
Within a year he reorganized divorce, homosexuality and abortion laws thinking modernly. He molded Canada into what it is today
Fought to keep Quebec a part of this country
Made Canada completely independent.
Gave us The Charter of Rights and Freedom.
Created the law for price and wage control.
Passed the Official Language Act.
Declared Canada a multicultural country
Made Canada a "just society" -Won the post of prime minister on April 6, 1968
-Was the 15th prime minister of Canada for almost 16 years
-Introduced the multiculturalism policy
-Invoked the War Measures Act
-Said “NO” to Quebec’s separation
-Queen signed Canada’s new Constitution Act on April 17, 1982
-Canada’s independence from Great Britain.
-Resigned from politics in 1984
-Died on September 28, 2000 in Montreal, Quebec Trudeau wasn't an average, typical and boring politician he was charming, exciting and charismatic these characteristics of him lead to "Trudeaumania" Gibson, Stephanie. Influential and Intriguing Canadians. Oakville: National Library of Canada Cataloging in Publication.2003.Print.
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Trudeau, Pierre Elliott.Quotationsbook.Quotationsbook.March 5,2013
http://quotationsbook.com/quote/44838/ http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ih0tJeKB3PY ? ? ? ? ? ? Question #3: The Answer is: Question #4: The Answer is: What Political Party did Pierre Trudeau belong to? A. NDP
B. Green Party
C. Liberal Party of Canada
D. Mr. Breen's Party C. The Liberal Party of Canada Which act did Pierre Trudeau invoke? A. The British North American Act
B. The War Measures Act
C. Quebec Boundary Extension Act
D. Canada Elections Act B. The War Measures Act What Policy did Pierre Trudeau introduce to Canada? A. Multiculturalism Policy
B. Behaving Policy
C. The Chocolate Policy
D. Health Policy A. Multiculturalism Policy What type of society did Pierre Trudeau make Canada? A. Non-diverse society
B. Depressing Society
C. Pink Society
D. Just Society D. Just Society -prime minister of Canada in 1968-1979, 1980-1984
-along with being the prime minister he was also a writer, politician and constitutional lawyer
-accomplished many things, such as;
October crisis of 1970
official languages act
canadian charter of rights and freedoms