Justin Pierre James Trudeau, the leader of the ‘Liberal Party,’ is the 23rd prime minister of Canada. His father Pierre Trudeau was the former prime minister of Canada. At 43, Justin became the second-youngest prime minister of Canada. Before becoming an active politician, he was a teacher and chaired the board of ‘Katimavik,’ a project taken up by a family friend. He first gained public exposure at his father’s state funeral, where he delivered a moving eulogy. He was first elected in the 2008 federal election to represent Montreal’s Papineau in the ‘House of Commons.’ In the following years, he became Liberal Party’s critic for a number of departments like ‘Youth and Multiculturalism,’ ‘Citizenship and Immigration,’ ‘Secondary Education,’ and ‘Youth and Amateur Sport.’ While seeking the position of the prime minister in 2015, Justin Trudeau promised a lot of unconventional changes in fields like abortion rights, marijuana legalization, and tax payment. His campaign was positive, thanks to Trudeau’s remarkable oratory skills. Liberal Party’s victory was unprecedented when it moved from 36 to 184 seats through Trudeau’s earnest efforts. Trudeau has also starred in a TV movie titled ‘The Great War.’ He is also famous for his boxing skills.