8 Reasons Why Canada’s Justin Trudeau Will Be A Good Prime Minister

8. Trudeau Shares A Connection With Canadians

First thing Justin Trudeau did the day after he won the Oct. 19 Canadian election – even though he probably didn’t sleep at all – was to greet people of his riding in Montreal directly in a subway station. It was his way of thanking people that voted for him.
8. Trudeau Shares A Connection With Canadians

7. Trudeau Is A Generous person

The former high school teacher – he taught at the Sir Winston Churchill high school in Vancouver and at the West Point Grey Academy – actually dropped his life in B.C. to come back to Montreal in order to work in different youth organizations, like Katimavik. He also embraced different causes involving kids, but also the environment, poverty, and not too long ago, cancer.
7. Trudeau Is A Generous person

6. Trudeau Is A Political Lover, Not A Fighter

The charismatic Trudeau promised that he would cancel his predecessor’s F-35 fighter jet program – which would reportedly cost up to $1 billion to replace Canada’s waning CF-18 jets. But more importantly, Justin Trudeau’s first chat with US President Barack Obama was partly about the fact that Canada will end its fight against ISIS. No more bombing in Syria and Iraq, although the date hasn’t been confirmed yet.
6. Trudeau Is A Political Lover, Not A Fighter

5. Trudeau Will Put Canada Back On The Map 

No need to make presentations; Justin Trudeau is known throughout the world. Since his nomination, worldwide media have been talking about… his physical appearance. In a matter of minutes, the world’s social media went nuts over his looks. But more than that, Justin Trudeau will rebuild Canada’s tarnished image.
5. Trudeau Will Put Canada Back On The Map 

4. Leadership Runs In The Family

Justin Trudeau won’t need too much time adjusting to his new life on 24 Sussex Drive in Ottawa. He was basically raised there while his father, Pierre-Elliott Trudeau, was Prime Minister of Canada in the 1980s. He will be returning to the house more than 30 years after he left it.
4. Leadership Runs In The Family

2. The Children Are Our Future

Justin Trudeau is a family man. He and his wife Sophie Grégoire have three kids: Xavier James, Ella-Grace Margaret, and Hadrien.
2. The Children Are Our Future

2. Tax The Rich To Help The Middle Class

As previously mentioned, Trudeau promised Canadians across the country that he would ease their financial burden if elected. His promise to increase the tax to the nation’s wealthiest 1 per cent for the betterment of the middle class Canadians became among his more notable election promises.
2. Tax The Rich To Help The Middle Class

1. He Wants Change, And So Do Canadians

In his victory speech, Trudeau said that he wanted to make politics a positive thing in Canada and that Canadians wanted “a change, a real change”. And he promised a lot of changes: from the long census form that he wants to bring back, to the way Canada does politics – the way we vote – he has a long list of reforms, ideas and projects he wants to do.
1. He Wants Change, And So Do Canadians