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Trudeau Reaffirms Canada’s Commitment to Defending Free Speech Rights of Citizens

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“Canada Stands Firm on Freedom of Speech for Citizens”

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has reiterated Canada's commitment to defending the rights and liberties of its residents, even if certain views cause irritation to foreign governments. During a recent appearance before a public inquiry investigating outside interference in elections, Trudeau addressed questions about allegations of inappropriate actions by other nations.

While not naming specific countries, the PM affirmed Canada's long-standing position of protecting minority within its borders. This includes the ability to freely express dissenting views without fear of threats or coercion. Trudeau referenced the controversial killing last year of an outspoken community advocate, underscoring his administration's pledge to safeguard citizens facing potential danger due to controversial stances.

The inquiry has focused primarily on documented efforts by China to sway domestic votes. However, intelligence records have also outlined activities by several other governments aimed at curbing certain expressions within Canadian society. As the leader of a diverse democracy, Trudeau vowed to fiercely defend freedoms of speech and assembly enshrined in law. Though certain stances could irritate other powers, he believes all residents deserve to have their voices heard without outside influence.

By retaining control over local debates, Canada hopes to have open and honest discussions on important issues. This independent approach may occasionally create diplomatic tensions. But according to the PM, protecting civil liberties remains a top priority—even if disagreements with foreign regimes result.

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