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Is Justin Trudeau a royalist/monarchist?

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Answer #1 | 20/10 2015 22:17
Like most Canadians his age, he is probably "indifferent".
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Answer #2 | 24/10 2015 05:41
Why would Canadians vote for anyone who isnt a Monarchist?
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Answer #3 | 21/10 2015 04:02
No , He's a Canadian and he has a responsibility to the Monarchy . That basically comes down to asking the governor general if he or any other party can take office. Considering he can a appoint a new governor general it is basically just a formality. Canada's real responsibly to the British Monarchy is to give visiting Monarchs two sets of Elk antlers and 3 beaver pelts ( may have that wrong by the numbers) , That goes back to the compact granted for Rupertland AKA he Hudson's bay company.
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Answer #4 | 21/10 2015 05:03
No.
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Answer #5 | 22/10 2015 15:19
Would you rather get annexed by 'Merica?
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Answer #6 | 20/10 2015 19:15
He's a Liberal.
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Answer #7 | 21/10 2015 23:43
He is a subordinate to his jewish handlers
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Answer #8 | 22/10 2015 00:28
idk
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Answer #9 | 21/10 2015 16:53
He is Prime Minister of all Canadians at the moment. Or, rather, will officially be in a mattrer of days.
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Answer #10 | 21/10 2015 23:29
Nope
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Answer #11 | 20/10 2015 19:11
Considering his father enacted the Constitution Act of 1982 which threw off the last vestiges of British rule... I'd say, no.
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Answer #12 | 20/10 2015 21:55
Why don't you ask him? You might want to wait until Stephen Harper clears out the desk though. http://pm.gc.ca/eng/contactpm
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Answer #13 | 21/10 2015 06:37
He will make his Loyal Oath to Her Majesty as any MP has to do. How much he believes in it remains to be seen.
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Answer #14 | 22/10 2015 10:00
Yes he is. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is Canada's head of state. Justin Trudeau happily accepts this just as the majority of Canadians do. It is a part of Canadian culture, identity and the Canadian political system. Canada is a constitutional monarchy, not a republic. Most Canadians have no desire to change this. There are some ignorant Canadians who are apparently unaware of this. I encourage them to take a look at the Canadian $20 note, as well as all Canadian coins. On it you will the face of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Canada's head of state.
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Answer #15 | 22/10 2015 16:26
I a way he is!!! He's father was in power know he is. But it didn't come with no hard work
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Answer #16 | 03/12 2015 09:50
If anyone thinks his father wasn't a monarchist they ought to read the 1982 constitution's provisions for changing the institution.
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Answer #17 | 20/10 2015 18:32
who knows? who cares? It is not a requirement for office in Canada.
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Answer #18 | 20/10 2015 15:17
Like most Canadians his age, he is probably "indifferent".
Positive: 50 %
Answer #19 | 20/10 2015 14:55
Why don't you ask him? You might want to wait until Stephen Harper clears out the desk though. http://pm.gc.ca/eng/contactpm
Positive: 50 %
Answer #20 | 20/10 2015 22:03
No.
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Answer #21 | 23/10 2015 22:41
Why would Canadians vote for anyone who isnt a Monarchist?
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Answer #22 | 22/10 2015 08:19
Would you rather get annexed by 'Merica?
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Answer #23 | 21/10 2015 17:28
idk
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Answer #25 | 20/10 2015 12:15
He's a Liberal.
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Answer #26 | 21/10 2015 16:43
He is a subordinate to his jewish handlers
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Answer #27 | 20/10 2015 21:02
No , He's a Canadian and he has a responsibility to the Monarchy . That basically comes down to asking the governor general if he or any other party can take office. Considering he can a appoint a new governor general it is basically just a formality. Canada's real responsibly to the British Monarchy is to give visiting Monarchs two sets of Elk antlers and 3 beaver pelts ( may have that wrong by the numbers) , That goes back to the compact granted for Rupertland AKA he Hudson's bay company.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #28 | 21/10 2015 09:53
He is Prime Minister of all Canadians at the moment. Or, rather, will officially be in a mattrer of days.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #29 | 20/10 2015 23:37
He will make his Loyal Oath to Her Majesty as any MP has to do. How much he believes in it remains to be seen.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #30 | 20/10 2015 12:11
Considering his father enacted the Constitution Act of 1982 which threw off the last vestiges of British rule... I'd say, no.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #31 | 22/10 2015 03:00
Yes he is. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is Canada's head of state. Justin Trudeau happily accepts this just as the majority of Canadians do. It is a part of Canadian culture, identity and the Canadian political system. Canada is a constitutional monarchy, not a republic. Most Canadians have no desire to change this. There are some ignorant Canadians who are apparently unaware of this. I encourage them to take a look at the Canadian $20 note, as well as all Canadian coins. On it you will the face of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Canada's head of state.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #32 | 20/10 2015 11:32
who knows? who cares? It is not a requirement for office in Canada.
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Answer #33 | 21/10 2015 16:29
Nope
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Answer #34 | 22/10 2015 09:26
I a way he is!!! He's father was in power know he is. But it didn't come with no hard work
Positive: 50 %
Answer #35 | 03/12 2015 01:50
If anyone thinks his father wasn't a monarchist they ought to read the 1982 constitution's provisions for changing the institution.
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