The speaker of the “Remarks by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to apologise to LGBTQ2 Canadians” speech is Justin Trudeau, the 23rd Prime Minister of Canada, who has been in office since 2015.

Trudeau is the eldest son of former Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. Trudeau was first elected to the Canadian Parliament in 2008, as a representative for Montreal’s Papineau district. In 2013, he became the leader of Canada’s Liberal Party. Two years later, he began his campaign for the position of Prime Minister, promising to work on issues such as tax cuts for the middle class, the protection of abortion rights, the legalisation of marijuana in Canada, and climate change.

In October 2015, Trudeau led the Liberal Party to a historic victory, going from 36 seats in Parliament to 184 seats, the largest increase in the country’s history. Trudeau quickly became known as a progressive politician, starting with his November 2015 decision to appoint half of his cabinet positions to women, thus honouring one of his campaign promises to ha...

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