Justin Trudeau Net Worth

Net Worth: $10 Million
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  • Age:

  • Birth Place:

    Ottawa, Canada
  • Weight:

    82 kg (181 lbs)
  • Marital Status:

    Married (Sophie Grégoire Trudeau)
  • Full Name:

    Justin Pierre James Trudeau
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About Justin Pierre James Trudeau

Justin Trudeau is the son of the famous Pierre Trudeau. Justin spent his early years in the political spotlight. He is energetic and young, so he has the attraction to the causes of youth. His net worth is estimated to be around $10 million.

In the leadership race last 2006, he became a Gerard Kennedy supporter. After Kennedy's name had dropped off the ballot, Trudeau went to Stéphane Dion. He was in the Official Opposition. In the 2000s, Justin was more involved with the Liberal party. The Liberal Party lost in the 2006 federal election. Since this, he headed the youth renewal task force. Last 2009, Trudeau was a critic for the youth, citizenship, immigration, and multiculturalism. People re-elected him in 2011. He then became a critic for amateur sport, youth, and secondary education. People re-elected him in 2011.

Trudeau believes that education can influence the equality of opportunity. In a fair society, it is important for hard work to pay off. He linked educational attainment to personal economic prosperity. According to him, he will make the rise of post-secondary education from 50% to 70%. It will be the highest national economic priority. He will also emphasize on the access to high-quality and affordable education. He aims to develop new programs and ways to do this without stepping on the toes of the provinces.

Trudeau is an advocate for open-nominations. He wants to loosen the grip of the Prime Minister on the Parliament. He thinks that the MPS should be the community leader and parliamentary committees. They should have more resources so they can get an independent analysis.

Justin feels that the Parliamentary Budget Office should be independent. He also believes that Elections Canada should have enough resources. It will allow them to investigate voter suppression and fraud.


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