PM Trudeau 'surprised and disappointed' by Wilson-Raybould’s resignation

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he is "surprised and disappointed" by Liberal MP Jody Wilson-Raybould's resignation from cabinet. Addressing the high-profile departure from his front bench amid questions regarding alleged PMO pressure towards Wilson-Raybould regarding a fraud and corruption case against SNC-Lavalin, Trudeau said he was "both surprised and disappointed by her decision to step down."

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Trudeau government still trying to figure out national youth policy

Three years after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised a national youth policy, the federal government is still trying to determine what it should include.

Trudeau appointed himself the minister for youth in his cabinet in 2015 and in the following year’s budget promised a national youth policy to make sure young people’s needs and concerns are reflected in what his government does. In 2017, the government set up a committee of deputy ministers on youth issues, urging the top bureaucrats to bring young public servants to the meetings.

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