Freeland discusses her goals as Canada’s deputy prime minister

Freeland discusses her goals as Canada's deputy prime minister 1


Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland discusses her new role in the cabinet and what her goals are for the government.


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26 Comments on "Freeland discusses her goals as Canada’s deputy prime minister"

  1. How is it possible to listen harder? What I got from that is that the federal government was not listening to Western Canada but they will say nice things like they will listen harder, lol. She did not explain anything on how we will move forward. Just saying we can find common ground is malarkey. I don’t think at this point we can find common ground or even come close.

  2. Deputy PM never heard of it , must be the quiet job lol. Is this like a Vice president ?

    • This is so she’s up to speed when she replaces Justin as PM, which will happen unless Scheer remains as CPC leader. Trudeau can beat Scheer, but not MacKay or Ambrose, so Freeland is PM if the next election is against anyone but Scheer.

  3. Shes hard to pay attention to. Not smooth at all. Not confident with this move at all.

  4. If Scheer won but lost the popular vote as Trudeau did, the left would be war mongering about Scheer being a secret Russian spy and crying and shouting in the streets

  5. Rocko99 Rocko99 | November 21, 2019 at 10:09 AM | Reply

    Blah blah blah- hurry up and wait for nothing to happen.

  6. All I want to say is the F$$$ word.

  7. Her kids were tired of her whining about Trump being President.

  8. Nancy Lee-Menard | November 21, 2019 at 11:46 AM | Reply

    Freeland must be the only one who feels the trade negotiations were successful. Seeing Pelosi as a positive is very dangerous.

    • The Canada First Party | November 22, 2019 at 12:56 PM | Reply

      The LIBERAL GOVERNMENT Could be trying to Push Canadians into a Civil Unrest .
      ———youtube RIOTS 2019————— Is this what the Canada Government is pushing for in Canada ?
      about 13 Nations are now Rioting against Government policies

    • The free trade agreement was a complete failure

    • Mr. Harper said any deal with Tariff King Trump is better than no deal, also Mr. Malroony liked the deal… Only Scheer said he could have negotiated a better deal, but when reporter asked him a question, HOW….? Dimple boy just walked away… he had no answer..

  9. Angello TsengChen | November 21, 2019 at 12:36 PM | Reply

    “stickhandle through as deputy prime minister” lmao

  10. Freeland has goals??? WTF seriously, she starts with a punch line? Wow, it’ll be quite a ride!!

  11. She seems fake to me …. not sincere. Maybe it’s just me …

  12. Russell Turner | November 21, 2019 at 8:09 PM | Reply

    Get lost Liberals.

  13. prime minister tells every one what to do just like a dictator

  14. another joke, Alberta sick of the liberals and their carbon tax

  15. Fabulous Sirena Alberta Mom on a Budget | November 22, 2019 at 2:01 AM | Reply

    It’s all B.S. When she says they’re tire of her cooking..they probably means the books. Mafia Life.

  16. Her shoulder to the wheel? I drive with both hands on the wheel but ones shoulder ? Indicative of where she’s steering the country I guess : straight over a cliff.

  17. What a mistake all you hVe to do is listen And you know she should not negotiate anything

  18. Elston Solberg | November 22, 2019 at 1:54 PM | Reply

    This is some scary stuff with this person almost at the helm. Dumb and dumber

  19. Never trust anyone that talks with raised eyebrows .

  20. she is absolutely a politician, that is the most ignorant thing i can say about her

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