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Transcript of pierre trudeau

A
CANADIAN
TO BE REMEMBER

DEATH
September 28, 2000
EARLY LIFE
BIRTH AND PLACE
EDUCATION
CAREER
18 October 1919
MONTREAL, QUEBEC
FRENCH FATHER & SCOTISH MOTHER
Joseph Philippe Pierre Yves Elliott Trudeau
BUSINESS MAN & LAWER
Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf
BELONGS TO WEALTHY FAMILY
Law Degree Université de Montréal
London School of Economics
M.A from Harvard University
Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris
1949-1951 WORKED IN OTTAWA
The Patriated Constitution
Multiculturalism Policy" on October 8, 1971
OFFICIAL BILINGUAL
Québec Crises
TRUDEAU LEGACY
THE CHARTER OF RIGHTS
MARRAIGE
CHILDREN
Personal Life
Barbra Streisand
Margot Kidder
Liona Bpyd
Judo (black belt from Japan)
March 4, 1971 married to MARGARET SINCLAIR
ST. Stephen's catholic church North Vancouver
Justin Trudeau (1971-)
Eldest son and Leader of Liberal party Canada
Alexandre Trudeau(Sacha, 1973-)
Michel Trudeau(1975–1998)
Died in an avalanche accident while skiing at B.C's Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park on November 13, 1998
Sarah Deborah Coyne (1991-)
DAUGHTER FROM DEBORAH COYNE
THREE SONS AND ONLY DAUGHTER
In 1969 Trudeau passed language act
French and English became official language
Active in politics during 1950s
15th PRIME MINISTER OF CANADA
Multiculturalism
Front de libération du Québec (FLQ)
October 1970 British Trade Consul James Cross
Killed Labour minister Pierre Laporte 17 oct
Many were against war measure act
Rights to Homosexual people
Same sex-marriage
Equal rights to all men and "Women"
Constitution Act, 1982
Canadian Charter of Rights, 1982

Justin delivered the eulogy
The woods are lovely, dark and deep.
He has kept his promises and earned his sleep
1956 edited a book on strike
Trudeau mania
Term introduced by journalist Lubor J. Zink
iconic moment during St. Jean-Baptiste Day parade
1956 joined federal libéral party
Webliography
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/pierre-elliott-trudeau
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Trudeau#Prime_Minister
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michel_Trudeau
http://www.biography.com/people/pierre-trudeau-9510956
resigned in 1979 and 1984
Author
LAWYER
MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT
15th PRIME MINISTER OF CANADA
Jurist
"One of the most admired and most disliked of all Canadian prime ministers" Michael Bliss
Towards a just society: the Trudeau years, with Thomas S. Axworthy, (eds.) Markham, Ont.: Viking, 1990.
The Canadian Way: Shaping Canada's Foreign Policy 1968–1984, with Ivan Head
Two innocents in Red China. (Deux innocents en Chine rouge), with Jacques Hébert 1960.
and many many more
1965-1984
Associate professor of law at the Université de Montréal from 1961 to 1965
1967 became
Minister of Justice

Except MACKENZIE KING and SIR JOHN A. MACDONALD.
Trudeau chose the following jurists to be appointed as justices of the Supreme
Court of Canada by the Governor General:

Bora Laskin (March 19, 1970 – March 17, 1984; as Chief Justice, December 27, 1973)

Joseph Honoré Gérald Fauteux (as Chief Justice, March 23, 1970 – December 23, 1973;
Brian Dickson (March 26, 1973 – June 30, 1990; as Chief Justice, April 18, 1984)

Jean Beetz (January 1, 1974 – November 10, 1988)

Louis-Philippe de Grandpre (January 1, 1974 – October 1, 1977)

Willard Zebedee Estey (September 29, 1977 – April 22, 1988)

Yves Pratte (October 1, 1977 – June 30, 1979)

William McIntyre (January 1, 1979 – February 15, 1989)

Antonio Lamer (March 28, 1980 – January 6, 2000)

Bertha Wilson (March 4, 1982 – January 4, 1991)

Gerald Le Dain (May 29, 1984 – November 30, 1988)


Wage and Price controls, 1975

Appointed Jeanne Sauve first woman Speaker of House of Commons, 1980

Appointed Jeanne Sauve first woman Governor-General, 1984

("Just watch me…")
War measure act Implemented in 1970
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