Justin Trudeau will remain in Canada for the Holidays

News 13 December, 2017
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    The prime minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau

    Boris Proulx

    Wednesday, December 13, 2017 15:43

    Wednesday, December 13, 2017 15:43

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    OTTAWA-A year after his trip to a controversial private island tropical of the Aga Khan, the prime minister Justin Trudeau has decided to stay in the country this year.

    “The prime minister is looking forward to spending time with his family during the Holiday season at Harrington Lake and in the canadian Rockies”, confirmed the spokesman for the office of Justin Trudeau, Chantal Gagnon.

    The residence of the Harrington lake, or Harrington Lake, is the cottage of the prime minister, is located in the Gatineau park, near Ottawa.

    Last year, the prime minister found himself in trouble for having stayed on the island of Bell Cays, in the Aga Khan, the spiritual leader of the shia muslim ismaili.

    Justin Trudeau was accompanied by his family and that of his friend and current minister of veterans affairs, Seamus O’regan.

    The billionaire is “an old friend of the family” of the prime minister and receives numerous grants in canada for his philanthropic activities.

    The prime minister is being investigated by the ethics commissioner, who must determine if he has violated the rules during this trip, in particular, to be embedded in the helicopter of Aga Khan.