New Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stands in front of his cabinet outside Rideau Hall in Ottawa. Trudeau and his 30-person team were sworn in to their positions on Wednesday

VIDEO: Justin Trudeau says his cabinet ‘looks like Canada’

Trudeau and his gender-equal cabinet – 50 per cent women, 50 per cent men – were sworn in to their positions in Ottawa on Wednesday.



Justin Trudeau says his newly appointed, gender-balanced cabinet reflects the country’s diversity. The new Liberal prime minister pledged Wednesday to “keep the promises” his party made during the election.

Video: The Canadian Press

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