Trudeau tells cabinet he will remain leader in next election

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told his cabinet on Wednesday that he will be leader for the next federal election.

According to the Toronto Star, Trudeau told his cabinet during a retreat in Vancouver, several sources say.

Ahead of this closed doors meeting, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland also dismissed rumours that she is considering leaving politics for a job at NATO.

“I have a really big job already,” said Freeland. “In fact, I have two big jobs as finance minister and deputy prime minister of Canada. And I am really focused on those and on working hard with the prime minister, with my cabinet colleagues, with Canadians to get through a challenging economic time in the world, and to really capitalize on what I believe are tremendous opportunities of our country.

Two sources said that Trudeau’s statements to cabinet came as he framed the next months as a time that Canadians can expect economic troubles, and urged his team to work hard.

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