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Press Conference: Trudeau and Buenos Aires

press conference: Over the 14-month interval between the two conferences, voters forced three of Trudeau's staunchest Liberal allies in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick into retirement, according to Toronto Star. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau holds a closing press conference at the G20 Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Dec. 1, 2018. Much has changed mostly for the worse for federal-provincial harmony since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau last presided over the same gathering a bit more than a year ago. Trudeau will host Canada's provincial leaders in Montreal on Dec. 7 but the hand he brings to his fifth first ministers' gathering is weak, Chantal H bert writes. The Conservative governments of Ontario, Manitoba and New Brunswick have joined what initially started off as a rearguard Saskatchewan legal battle against a federal carbon tax. Sean Kilpatrick / THE CANADIAN PRESS Some of the provincial leadership changes starting with the advent in Ontario of a Tory government hostile to Trudeau's plan to put a price on carbon pollution have resulted in a major realignment in the federal-provincial climate-change debate. ( As reported in the news.