Michel Trudeau

Son of the Prime Minister of Canada Michel Trudeau

Michel Trudeau was the youngest son of the late Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and Margaret Trudeau. Born in Ottawa, Ontario, he studied at Dalhousie University to become a microbiologist. Michel was killed in an avalanche while skiing at British Columbia's Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park on November 13, 1998; he was 23 years old. His body was swept into Kokanee Lake. An extensive search was launched but his body has never been found.
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Oubliez ceux qui ont démissionné» - Cyberpresse
Google News - over 6 years
Ils ne devraient même plus être députés», a poursuivi Michel Trudeau, un citoyen de Jonquière. Plus d'une centaine de personnes, essentiellement des militants, se sont déplacées pour participer à cette deuxième assemblée citoyenne depuis le lancement
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Politicians set for state funeral - The Barrie Examiner
Google News - over 6 years
(Michel Trudeau had pre-deceased his father). Deborah Coyne and Trudeau's daughter Sarah, followed some distance behind," Carroll wrote in an e-mail on Tuesday. "I will never forget watching Jimmy Carter and Fidel Castro walking side-by-side in
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Montreal Journal; Trudeaumania Lingers but the Policies Fade Fast
NYTimes - about 18 years
To newcomers thronging a busy food court at lunch time here, there is something familiar about the elderly lawyer standing patiently in line at the Lebanese food counter. Watching him dine alone with his usual chicken-in-pita sandwich, it dawns that this elegantly dressed gentleman is Pierre Elliott Trudeau, the man ranked recently by Canadians in
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World Briefing
NYTimes - over 18 years
EUROPE NETHERLANDS: KEY JUDGE QUITS WAR PANEL -- One of the most senior judges of the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal, Antonio Cassese, will resign next February, the third key figure to quit the United Nations court in recent months. Judge Cassese, an Italian, who has served on the court since its creation in 1993, said he would go back to being a
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Pierre Trudeau's Youngest Son Believed Killed in Avalanche
NYTimes - over 19 years
The youngest son of the former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau was swept into a mountain lake by an avalanche in British Columbia on Friday and is presumed drowned, police officials said today. Heavy snow has forced rescue teams to suspend their search. The young man, Michel Trudeau, 23, was trying to make his way out of the Kokanee Glacier
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NYTimes - over 35 years
While they discuss world issues this weekend, the seven heads of government meeting here are also trying to keep track of whatever is going on back in their home capitals. But only one of them has a war. Wherever Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher goes, the war in the Falkland Islands follows her. ''Just as it is her daily - indeed hourly - concern
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NYTimes - about 36 years
The Philadelphia Journal, this city's youngest daily newspaper, will cease publication unless its unions accept drastic cuts in wages, staff and benefits, the paper's editor in chief and general manager, Michel Trudeau, said today. Mr. Trudeau said that if the unions agreed to the concessions, which he said would save $3 million annually in
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Michel Trudeau
  • 1998
    Age 22
    Michel died as the result of an avalanche while skiing at British Columbia's Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park on November 13, 1998; he was 23 years old.
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  • 1975
    Born on October 2, 1975.
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