A Canadian Influence
Pierre Elliot Trudeau was a great influence on Canadian history, and helped maintain strong bonds with the French society in Canada creating a strong bond between the French and the English, while promoting Canadian unity and independence.
Pierre Trudeau was first elected Canada's Prime Minister in 1968. He remained in power over the following 16 years, except for a Leading Canada until 1979 and again from 1980 to 1984, the influence of Trudeau's policies and actions is
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Rights, and the Constitution Act, which gave Canada full legal independence from Great Britain in 1982, and in 1984 he appointed Jeanne Sauvé Canada's first woman Governor General.
Pierre Trudeau was flamboyant, charismatic, controversial, and an intellect. He was stood strong for what he believed in and worked harder than any other Prime Minister to link Canada's French and English speaking societies together. To date he is one of Canada's finest Prime Minister's and most influential men.