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Trudeau on Cabinet gender parity: “It’s a promise that costs me nothing”

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Dismisses rumours that he will care about poor, homeless. Canadian PM-elect Justin Trudeau wasted no time in reassuring Canadians that he harboured no radical impulses. Moving quickly, the victorious Liberal leader vowed that he would continue ‘the finest traditions of this Liberal Party’ by pretending to care about everyone it is currently fashionable to care