Prime Minister Justin Trudeau decided to turn “orange shirt day” into a new holiday in Canada, with September 30 marking the first-ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Instead of paying visit to a residential school site, or doing anything to publicly mark the day, for that matter, the always-professional prime minister chose to leave Ottawa for a trip to Tofino, British Columbia to catch the waves for a surfing trip.
Drea discussed how this sort of action shouldn’t as any surprise:
We’ve seen this many times with him before…he brought [National Day for Truth and Reconciliation] that in. I think there’s only 13 things that have been fulfilled out of the Truth and Reconciliation [report], and this holiday was one of them.
And he couldn’t even fake caring. You know, it couldn’t get any worse than having to manipulate where you’re staying, you’re going.
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