Trudeau meets with Scheer, Moe as minority government set to start in December

Todd Lamirande
APTN News
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with two of Canada’s Conservative leaders Tuesday in Ottawa.

Federal Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer met with Trudeau first in a sparse office on Parliament Hill.

Scheer outlined his priorities for the upcoming minority government.

Saskatchewan Premier Scott shook hands with Trudeau for the cameras after Scheer had left.

After the meeting Moe said he didn’t hear Trudeau say anything new about helping Saskatchewan.

Trudeau said the new cabinet will be sworn in on Nov. 20 and the House of Commons will sit on Dec. 5 for a speech from the throne.

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Todd Lamirande is a member of the Métis Nation. He’s the Host/Producer of APTN’s political show, Nation to Nation. Todd first joined APTN in 2000 as a video journalist. He then anchored APTN National News for 2 years and moved on to host APTN Investigates for 5 seasons.