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Justin Trudeau lifted the veil on political tactics in C-51 speech

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A speech Justin Trudeau gave in Vancouver last week was one of the most unusual ever from an elected official. Barack Obama's 2008 speech on racism during his first campaign was also rare, and morally far loftier, but not nearly as quirky. This stands alone for quirk.

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