Rewind | Apr 18, 2013 | 54:59

Remembering Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau

A portrait in sound of one of Canada’s most charismatic Prime Ministers- Pierre Elliott Trudeau. Now that his son Justin is at the helm of the Liberal party, it seemed like time to revisit the legacy of Trudeau Senior.

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