Interactive Chart: Justin Trudeau’s Cabinet

This chart is a work in-progress outlining Justin Trudeau’s new Cabinet ministers and their external relationships. Click on a person or organization for more information, click on the link between them for info on how they connect, hover over them to expose their relationships- you can zoom in/out with your mouse scroll wheel, or using the “+/-” buttons on the chart.

For a larger format of the chart please click here

Please send me a message is there’s anything you think I should add to it: grenouf(at)

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    • Katherine Jaconello on November 5, 2015 at 07:18
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    There is a lot of work to be done here. Look for connections to the Medical Psychiatry Alliance (University of Toronto, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and Sick Children’s Hospital) and the federal body, the Mental Health Commission, subsidized by Lundbeck, maker of 15 antipsychotic drugs and 5 antidepressants. The blueprint is for a society on lifelong psychiatric medication. All psychiatric hospitals are private institutions funded by government. Pierre Elliot Trudeau established the strong connection in 1971 with the Canadian Commission on the Use of Non-Medical Drugs. His close advisor, psychiatrist from Nazi Germany, Heinz Lehmann, promoted youth addiction. He advised government for 60 years and created the current psychiatric system.

    • Jen on November 5, 2015 at 14:24
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    Toronto Imam who urges the spread of Islam to every home in Canada congratulates new PM Justin Trudeau

    Posted by: Jonathan D. Halevi November 4, 2015

    • Jen on November 7, 2015 at 17:34
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    BC Muslim newspaper calls on Trudeau’s government to “focus on immigration from Muslim countries”

    Posted by: Ilana Shneider November 7, 2015

    Immigration Minister : “Syrian refugees may be housed on army bases”

    Posted by: Ilana Shneider November 7, 2015

    As the new Liberal government is scrambling to fulfil its election promise of bringing 25,000 Syrian refugees to Canada by December 31 (or roughly 6,000 refugees a week), new Minister of Immigration John McCallum implied that some of those refugees may
    be temporarily housed in military bases until suitable and permanent accommodation is found.

    In an interview with CBC on Friday, McCallum said: “Right now, I think all options are on the table. Certainly military bases are a possibility, other accommodation as well . . . . I’m telling you, we are working around the clock, and we’re not at a point yet where we have determined precisely the modalities.”

    I guess our military will have to move out to accommodate the refugees.
    CBC can accommodate these people as well as Rideau Cottage

    • Geo on November 7, 2015 at 22:07
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    You could pretty much connect this database to your activist one through our new ‘climate change’ minister and our upcoming climate junket representative Elizabeth May.
    It’s going to be a long five years for anyone not employed by the government. I at least have an out through relocation to Australia and given my employment in mineral exploration, there won’t be much going on in Canada with the impending expansion of permitting and enviro red tape. Mining and Energy Investors would rather put their capital into jurisdictions that don’t have political input from Elizabeth May.

    • Visitor on November 19, 2015 at 10:40
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    I see in spite of having 6 Jewish MPs or one in thirty, Justin appointed NONE to his cabinet.

    1. Interesting observation, thanks.

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