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Trudeau apologizes after a Ukrainian Nazi veteran was celebrated at Zelenskyy speech

  • Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to offer "unreserved apologies" to Parliament and the Canadian people after the outgoing House of Commons Speaker recognized a man who fought for a Nazi unit during World War II.
  • Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is pushing for a personal apology from Trudeau and a probe to prevent similar incidents in the future, in response to requests from Jewish advocacy groups.
  • NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is calling on Trudeau to address the negative impact the incident has had on Canada's international reputation, as well as the damage done to Ukraine's image. Russia has used the incident to support its propaganda about de-Nazifying Ukraine.
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