Alumni Hall was packed Thursday morning as Liberal leadership candidate Justin Trudeau paid a visit. Join Marc Venema as he takes you through the lead-up to the speech.
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Justin Trudeau Live at Loyalist one-hour radio special, which aired on 91X live with host Keenan Weaver.
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ALTHIA RAJ INTERVIEW
QNet reporter Keenan Weaver interviewed Althia Raj, Ottawa Bureau Chief at the Huffington Post, on Tuesday via skype. They discussed his campaign strategy and the tour across Canada.
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QNet News reporter Jack Carver followed Justin Trudeau as he toured Loyalist College on Feb. 14.
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Justin Trudeau showed his emotional side when Const. Jeff Ling presented him with an old photo of Trudeau and his father Pierre Elliott Trudeau.
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Journalism student John Boldrick took a look at how the QNet News team covered the Justin Trudeau tour.
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Liberal leadership candidate Justin Trudeau visited Loyalist Thursday to speak to students and faculty. During his tour, Trudeau visited the media wing before stopping by Alumni Hall to take questions from students. QNet News was there to cover the event.
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EMOTIONAL PRESENTATION FOR TRUDEAU
Justin Trudeau was presented with a photograph of him and his father by Const. Jeff Ling while he was at Loyalist College today.
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STUDENT INTERVIEWS TRUDEAU
TV New Media Production Student Annaliese Heissler interviews Liberal leadership candidate Justin Trudeau at Loyalist College on Feb. 14, 2013.
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MAYOR COMING TO SEE “THE ROCKSTAR”
Belleville’s mayor is interested in the “rock star” way the media portrays him, and wants to see if that will affect how students see him. Neil Ellis is planning on attending MP Justin Trudeau’s visit to Loyalist College.
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MEET THE CANDIDATES
Justin Trudeau: The legacy kid
Justin Trudeau is the eldest son of Pierre Trudeau, Canada’s 15th Prime Minister. He was born December 25, 1971 in Ottawa, Ontario. Trudeau grew up with two younger brothers, Alexandre and Michel. For the full story, click here.
Marc Garneau: the astronaut
Dr. Marc Garneau was born in 1949 in Quebec City. He started his lifelong career in public service at the age of 16 when he attended the Royal Military College in Saint Jean, Québec. For the full story, click here.
Martha Hall Findlay: the former pro-skier
She may not be commuting cross-country in her big red bus this time around, but Martha Hall Findlay’s message remains. For the full story, click here.
Karen McCrimmon: the Canadian Forces veteran
Karen McCrimmon, 54, is from Weston, Ontario, which is located just 30 minutes west of Toronto. She was born to Charles and Isabel Martin. Charles was a metallurgic technician. Isabel emigrated from Scotland when she was 20 years old. For the full story, click here.
Joyce Murray: the progressive leftist
Joyce Murray is one of the nine candidates running to be Canada’s Liberal Leader. Murray, from Vancouver, is the only candidate whose home is in a province west of Ontario. For the full story, click here.
Martin Cauchon: the last-minute entry
Martin Cauchon is the ninth candidate to run for the leadership of the Liberal party, the third to run from Quebec, and is considered the last-minute entry which critics say will prove to be problematic for him. For the full story, click here.
George Takach: the Canadian lawyer
Born in 1957, Takach has received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto, as well as a Master of Arts in International Relations from the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, at Carleton University. For the full story, click here.
Deborah Margaret Ryland Coyne: the law professor
Deborah Margaret Ryland Coyne is a 50-year-old Canadian from She grew up in Rockcliffe Park, Ottawa. She is a lawyer, university professor, activist, writer and mother. For the full story, click here.
David Bertschi: the behind-the-scenes man
David Bertschi has been running on a platform of “restoring the Canadian advantage.” A practising lawyer since 1985, Bertschi said the Liberal Party needs to rebuild itself with more business people rather than career politicians. For the full story, click here.