Who is Justin Trudeau? Justin Trudeau is part of the canadian parliament, leader of the Liberal Party, and is Canada’s 23rd prime minister. Trudeau came from a wealthy family, and was the second child in canadian history to have been born into a prime minister in office. When he was five years old his parents separated and his father got custody of him and his siblings , which was hard for him because he was a ” mommy’s boy” which was said by his nanny, Dianna Lavergne. Trudeau, to this day, uses his public status to promote various causes. Trudeau supported the Liberal party from a young age. He even offered his support to party leader John turner in a federal election. Trudeau entered the parliament as a member of the official opposition, a form of political opposition to a designated government. Trudeau was the first member of the 40th parliament of Canada to introduce a private member’s motion, which was “a national voluntary service policy for young people”. This proposal won support parliaments across party lines. In september 2010, he was reassigned as critic for youth, citizenship , and immigration. He was disapproving of the Harper government’s codification targeting human smuggling, which he argued would penalize the victims. Trudeau was re-elected in Papineau in the 2011 federal election, as the Liberal Party fell to third-party standing in the House of Commons with only thirty-four seats. After his reelection, he traveled the country hosting fundraisers for charities and the Liberal Party. In 2008, Trudeau turned down running in the election for liberal leader, he turned it down because he ” had a young family”. In september of 2012 , media reported that , Trudeau would be launching his leadership bid the following week. While Trudeau was seen as a frontrunner for the leadership of the Liberal Party, he was criticized for his anticipated lack of concreteness. During his time as a member of the parliament he rarely spoke on policy matters, which made it uneasy to know where he stands on such matters such as economy and foreign affairs . October 2, 2012 , Trudeau held a rally in Montreal to launch his bid for the leadership of the liberal party. A week before by-election day Sun Media reported on comments Trudeau had made in a 2010 interview with Télé-Québec, he said , “Canada isn’t doing well right now because it’s Albertans who control our community and socio-democratic agenda.” The next day , Trudeau apologized, saying he was wrong to use “Alberta” as “shorthand” in referring to Stephen Harper’s government. Trudeau was announced the winner of the election on April 14, 2013. Trudeau and the remaining of the cabinet were sworn by Governor General David Johnson on November 5, 2015. He said that , his first congressional priority was to lower taxes for the middle class canadians and raise them for the top 1% of income earners. November 4, 2015 , at the liberal caucus meeting , the party announced that it would reinstate the mandatory long-form poll that had been scrapped in 2010, effective with the 2016 poll. After sworn into the prime ministry when he was asked why he felt gender consistency was important in naming his cabinet, he replied with “Because it’s 2015″ . Trudeau once stated ” I am a feminist. Im proud to be a feminist”, which he was criticized for afterwards, not only by common pedestrians but also by members in the prime minister. This criticism did not stop Trudeau from speaking his mind and Supporting feminist causes . Justin Trudeau has been put down by many people because he is a liberal. Trudeau still continued on and now he is leader of the liberal party for canada. He has accomplished many things in such little amount of time he has been officially in office. He is a man of his word and does what he can for his supports and others. Even Ellen DeGeneres calls him an “inspiration”.Trudeau overcame the hate that was thrown his way and thrived to help others in ways that are unimaginable.