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Justin Trudeau formally kicks off his campaign for the Canadian Prime Minister in Vancouver. In his speech, he focuses on climate change and religious discrimination. He expresses hope that Canadians will understand and support his progressive agenda.

  • 00:00:00 The video discusses the upcoming Canadian election, which Justin Trudeau, the newly-elected Prime Minister, has formally kicked off. Trudeau has stated that his priority is continuing to make progress on issues such as poverty reduction, job creation, and healthcare negotiations with provinces. The Liberal Party, which Trudeau leads, has a history of investing in the middle class and those working hard to join it, as well as helping to reduce child poverty rates.
  • 00:05:00 Justin Trudeau formally kicks off his campaign for the Canadian Prime Minister, and discusses his differences with his opponent. He promises to be open and transparent with Canadians about the choices they face in the election.
  • 00:10:00 Justin Trudeau formally kicks off his campaign by talking about how Canada is moving forward, how the fight for freedom and equality is ongoing, and how the federal government should not get involved in the Quebec province's legal battle over the laïcité law.
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses Canada's upcoming election, and specifically Justin Trudeau's campaign. Trudeau formally kicks off his campaign with a speech, and the transcript provides highlights of his comments. The main focus of Trudeau's speech was on climate change and the need for a progressive government to take action in order to protect the environment and create jobs in the future. Trudeau also addressed the issue of religious discrimination, saying that it is not in the country's best interest to allow it to happen. The transcript also mentions that there are two competing camps in the election - those in favor of Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and those in favor of Trudeau and the Green Party. Trudeau expressed his hope that the Canadian people will understand and support his progressive agenda, which includes action to combat climate change.
  • 00:20:00 This year, Justin Trudeau chose to launch his election campaign in Vancouver despite the fact that many people said it was a mistake not to be in Ottawa to launch it. However, we showed that an election campaign can be conducted throughout the country, not just in Ottawa, and this is why I'm so happy to be going to Vancouver to launch the campaign today, but my second home to continue this important conversation with Canadians over the next several weeks. Are we going to continue moving forward, because we're going to go back to two-party politics? Thank you.

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