Prime Minister Trudeau launches YouTube channel

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has launched a new YouTube channel. (YouTube/Justin Trudeau).


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has launched a new YouTube channel to keep Canadians in the know. 

Trudeau kicked off his new channel on Tuesday evening from his office on Parliament Hill.

“There’s a lot going on in politics, sometimes it’s hard to keep track of it, which is why we’re launching this YouTube channel,” Trudeau said in his intro video.

“This will be an opportunity for you to see some of the things that we’re doing and hear about why we’re doing them,” he added. 

Trudeau ended the video with a “smashing” gesture urging viewers to subscribe to his channel. 

Other videos posted on his channel include “Questions from Canadians,” Our goal: An economy that works for all Canadians,” and “Budget 101: How Canada’s federal budget gets made.” 

As of Thursday morning, Trudeau’s channel has 144 subscribers. 

Trudeau announced his new channel a day ahead of U.S. President Joe Biden’s visit to Canada. Biden is set to arrive in Ottawa Thursday for a two-day working trip, marking his first visit to Canada since winning the presidency in 2020. 



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