Posted December 23, 2018 09:48:33For the first time, CBC News has the wallpapers and photos of all 15 candidates running in the federal election.
The photos are based on the original vote count, which saw Justin Trudeau win with 55 per cent of the vote in the riding of Montreal riding.
The 15 candidates in question:Trudeau: Montreal-Centre MP for the Montreal-South Shore ridingJustin Trudeau is the first candidate to officially enter the federal race in the province.
He will be the first Conservative to do so.
He ran for the Liberals in 2017, defeating Liberal candidate John Duncan.
He is currently riding in the Montreal riding of St-Hubert.
His father, Pierre Trudeau, was Prime Minister between 1980 and 1987.
In the 2016 federal election, Trudeau garnered more than 70 per cent support from Montreal-North West, which was the only riding where he was victorious.
His Conservative Party did not win a single seat in the country.
He received 44 per cent in the same riding in 2016.
Trudeau was the Liberal candidate in the first federal by-election in Quebec in March 2019.
He won with 54 per cent.
He’s currently riding the Montreal borough of Saint-Huants-La-Salle.
Trinidadian-born Trudeau served as the Minister of Finance under the Conservative government.
He has been a vocal critic of President Donald Trump and was the architect of the Liberal government’s refugee resettlement program.
In 2016, he was also the Minister responsible for the country’s foreign affairs, responsible for overseeing the NATO alliance.
Trudeaus first cabinet was announced on January 6, 2019, a day before the first vote was called.
He replaced the Liberal prime minister, Justin Trudeau, who resigned over the fallout from the Quebec mosque shooting.
He was re-elected by the Liberals on October 18, 2020.
Trumps daughter, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, will be running in her father’s place.
She was the deputy minister of international trade and international development.
Trudeau has promised to “do all that I can to support Canadians and their economy”.