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Trudeau leaves Canada for two-week tropical vacation in Costa Rica

Keean Bexte

August 1, 2022

Justin Trudeau is taking yet another vacation, this time leaving Canada for half a month to Costa Rica for “personal time.”

Justin Trudeau is taking a 2-week vacation to Costa Rica

The Canadian Prime Minister has had a rough few months, meeting protesters at every publicity stop and facing record low approval ratings.

Despite a forecast of nothing but rain for two weeks, Trudeau clearly wants to be anywhere but Canada.

The last time Trudeau traveled to this Costa Rican paradise was in 2019 when the multimillionaire Prime Minister charged taxpayers $57,000 in vacation-related costs.

Until the two-week bender is concluded, it is unclear how much Trudeau and his kids will charge the public purse for their personal enjoyment.

The family will travel direct from Ottawa on a Royal Canadian Air Force jet, avoiding the chaos of Pearson Airport, which was recently rated the worst airport on the planet thanks to Trudeau’s ArriveCan app.

The Prime Minister’s Office says that they are confident that Trudeau will not break the law on this trip, unlike before. Trudeau was previously convicted of breaking the law when he took a private Caribbean flight paid for by the Aga Khan in 2017.

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