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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Vacation in the Beautiful Paradise of St.Kitts-Nevis

PM Trudeau with Sunshine of the world famous Sunshine's Bar and Grill on Nevis
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File Photo: Trudeau making sandcastle on one of his recent vacations

by Times Caribbean Online Staff Writer,

 

The very popular recently elected Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau is currently on vacation on the beautiful twin Caribbean islands paradise of St.Kitts-Nevis. Although his exact location on the islands are unknown because of security reasons,  it is speculated that he is staying at one of the islands plethora of beautiful world class hotels and boutique inns.
Trudeau is the first child of well known iconic former Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.

Justin Trudeau and Sunshine

PM Trudeau with Sunshine of the world famous Sunshine’s Bar and Grill on Nevis

He led the Canadian Liberal Party to a fairly convincing victory taking 184 of the 338 seats in the Canadian House of Commons.
Justin Trudeau, who turned 44 on Christmas Day, is Canada’s second-youngest Prime Minister and the first to follow a parent into office.
While the Liberal Party had emerged on top in several polls its lead was short of conclusive and Mr. Trudeau was an untested figure. There was no ambiguity, however, in the election results which saw him as the cleared favorite to lead the North American country.
Trudeau Has worked as a snowboarding instructor, nightclub bouncer and camp counselor.


Regularly boxes. While campaigning for Prime Minister, Trudeau endorsed the legalization of marijuana.
Prime Minister of St.Kitts-Nevis Dr. Timothy Harris extended an invitation to new Prime Minister Trudeau to visit the federation after Trudeau’s historic victory in October.

General Buhari, President, Nigeria, PM Justin Trudeau, Canadian PM, HRH Prince Charles, Dr Timothy Harris, PM St Kitts and Nevis and Queen Elizabeth.-001

General Buhari, President, Nigeria, PM Justin Trudeau, Canadian PM, HRH Prince Charles, Dr Timothy Harris, PM St Kitts and Nevis and Queen Elizabeth.

About St.Kitts-Nevis
Intoxicating natural beauty, sunny skies, warm waters, and white sandy beaches combine to make St. Kitts one of the most seductive spots in the Caribbean. Christopher Columbus first spotted St. Kitts in 1493, when it was populated with native tribes, but the Europeans didn’t colonize until the British arrived in 1623. Its strategic location and valuable sugar trade led to an advanced and luxurious development that was among the best in the Colonial Caribbean.
Nevis is one of the most unspoilt and relaxing islands in the Caribbean. Vividly green with blue skies, clean air and long empty beaches, Nevis has a pace of life that encourages you to stop and appreciate all the natural beauty around you. It’s a very special place famed for its charm and the easy-going genuineness of its people. Come and discover this remarkable jewel for yourself.

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30 Comments on Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Vacation in the Beautiful Paradise of St.Kitts-Nevis

  1. He is not very popular. Elected with only 39.5% of the vote. Debatable as to his qualifications.

    • Wow rightwing nuts all the way here! As for your statement, debatable! LOL

    • He took the Liberal party up from 34 seats to 189. Pretty damned historic election. The most Harper ever had was 166 seats, and that was after being PM for six years, lol. He lost 60 seats this election. Trudeau had only been Liberal leader for two years, and it was clear sailing for him all the way. Seriously, he killed it! lol.

    • Patricia Wilmot // January 9, 2016 at 3:38 am // Reply

      That is almost exactly the same proportion of the popular vote as his predecessor received when he got a majority. The only difference is that another 20-30 per cent of voters support another progressive party that share many of the same values as Trudeau’s party. In the case of the previous prime minister, about 70 per cent of Canadians disagreed with virtually everything he did.

    • Patricia Wilmot // January 9, 2016 at 3:46 am // Reply

      That might have been the share of the popular vote that gave the Liberals their majority (and is very similar to the share of the popular vote that gave the previous PM his majority), but Trudeau’s popularity has actually INCREASED since the election.
      http://www.nationalnewswatch.com/2015/12/29/trudeau-strong-on-preferred-pm-tracking-over-holiday-season-in-nanos-tracking/#.VpCB_1VVikp

    • Not very popular at all! Only the first Prime Minister to be feted at the White House in decades in about 5 weeks, world leaders falling over themselves to meet with him, compliments from the Chinese about the speed with which he connected with that country and complaints about Stephen Harper, l84 seats in Parliament up from 37 prior to the election. This is not just a family vacation, it is another diplomatic trip that was set up when he was in England meeting with the Queen at the time he met Dr. Timothy Harris, PM of St. Kitts-Nevis. He wastes no time and everything is about Canada, and Canadians! Get over your loss, Mitch! Your party has!

  2. Katherine Jaconello // January 2, 2016 at 11:00 am // Reply

    Justin Trudeau is not “very popular”. The election to put him into office was a con job on the Canadian people by the Liberal Party of Canada, Saudi princes and elitists such as George Soros. His policies are VERY unpopular, he does not give a fig for Canadians and is rapidly destroying the country.

    • Katherine you are correct on everything expect the name and the party. harper was a con and the rightwing CPC has been found guilty of numerous charges (some criminal) while they were ‘illegally’ in power. But you are correct harper’s policies were VERY unpopular, he did not give a fig for Canadians and was rapidly destroying the country. So you get ‘A’ for effort. Good job!

    • Liar, liar, pants on fire. Can’t you Cons get over losing? Seriously, it’s bordering on pathetic now. Maybe take a big nap.

    • He took the Liberal party up from 34 seats to 189. Pretty damned historic election. The most Harper ever had was 166 seats, and that was after being PM for six years, lol. He lost 60 seats this election. Trudeau had only been Liberal leader for two years, and it was clear sailing for him all the way. Pretty damned popular, I’d say, lol.

  3. Article title is misleading Justin Trudeau is not very popular in Canada 60% of Canadians did not vote for Justin Trudeau.

    • He took the Liberal party up from 34 seats to 189. Pretty damned historic election. The most Harper ever had was 166 seats, and that was after being PM for six years, lol. He lost 60 seats this election. Trudeau had only been Liberal leader for two years, and it was clear sailing for him all the way.

  4. And guess who is paying for the vacation? Trudeau is a multi-millionaire in his own right yet poor Canadians who barely make the salary to satisfy their own lifestyle are doing the paying.
    Whereas, with PM Stephen Harper, he paid for his own vacations, groceries, clothes. He even had a public doctor, he paid for his kids public schooling still does; his own wife bought her clothes at Wal-Mart. Not many Canadians knew of PMSH…the media made sure of that.

  5. It is obvious the Caribbean Times doesn’t know much about this manipulating lying and arrogant bastard., who will bankrupt this country like Wynne has done to Ontario.

  6. Very popular?? Only among the low information socialists! 67% of Canadians did not vote for him, but because the distribution of voters in this country is skewed to favour the Socialists, he was elected. No, he is NOT very popular at all!

    • He took the Liberal party up from 34 seats to 189. Pretty damned historic election. The most Harper ever had was 166 seats, and that was after being PM for six years, lol. He lost 60 seats this election. Trudeau had only been Liberal leader for two years, and it was clear sailing for him all the way. You’re a cuckoo bird, lol.

  7. Yes he living it up on our dime while most in Alberta are trying to put food on the table. He is like every other politician they only care about lining their own pockets. You show me one that has never lied to get elected.

    • Well, so far, he hasn’t lied, and is likely paying for his own vacation. Too bad Albertans now have to live like the rest of the country, and can’t handle it. Kind of like a spoiled kid having a tantrum. You want money? Go work a second job like the rest of us. Too good for that? Too bad.

  8. Who paid for this holiday?” I know I pay for mine?!

    • You appear to be talking to yourself, because there is no one here to answer your ridiculous question. Very likely he paid for his own vacation, though, since he’s pretty damned honest so far.

  9. Welcoming the Canadian Prime Minister to St. Kitts and Nevis. He and his family couldn’t have picked a more beautiful, fun-filled country for their vacation. Enjoy yourselves!

    • About time. He ran his ass off for two years, and greatly needs a couple of weeks off. Good for you, Mr. Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau. You are going to be the best thing this country has ever seen on the political scene.

  10. Patricia Wilmot // January 9, 2016 at 3:47 am // Reply

    Actually, Trudeau has become much more popular since the election, contrary to the postings on this site.
    http://www.nationalnewswatch.com/2015/12/29/trudeau-strong-on-preferred-pm-tracking-over-holiday-season-in-nanos-tracking/#.VpCB_1VVikp

  11. Do Canada a favour, keep the spoiled brat.

  12. Wow, how many other Canadians wish they could visit the Caribbean after working for a measly two months? And have it paid for by the Canadian public no less!

  13. God has allowed the Prime Minister to win ……. It can be good for you guys or BAD!! So be WISE and keep your hopes alive !!! GOD KNOWS BEST…..This is the time to help build your country and stop PULLING IT DOWN……PEACE!!!!

  14. This is the only thing to date I as a Canadian traveler could agree on with our PM JT, I LOVE ST. KITTS (KRISTOPHER) and Nevis, went three 2 years ago and would go again. Loved the service provided by both resorts and by Uncle Millie’s, we toured the island and he treated us to such an amazing day filled with so much knowledge. IMy only negative about the island is that Drinking and driving is fine and you see it all over the place. Oh ya, not a fan of ginger beer LOL

    • The Canadian PM and his family made an excellent choice for their vacation. ST Kitts and Nevis is a wonderful place to take the family. I, a Canadian, lived there recently with my family (two children) while my wife studied at one of the four medical and veterinary schools on the two islands, as do many other Canadians. We had a very enjoyable two years, not in an exculsive resort like the PM, but amongst the warm people of the islands and the other students. We went back a year ago to visit and would again whenever possible. And congratulations to the people of SKN who, like Canada, have a newer and better PM too. I am glad that they met again in SKN after apparently meeting recently in the UK.

  15. 2 months on the job and on holidays already! The economy is going into the dumps and the dollar is worth next to nothing. Party on dude! How big is your carbon footprint Justin? flying all over the world for 2 months.

  16. Poor Canada with this joke as PM!
    An uninformed electorate voted this joke into power and Canada already is going in the toilet! Four more years of this arrogant selfie taking spoiled rich trust fund joke who doesn’t give a damm about Canadians!

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