Top 20 World Leader celebrities in Canada
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 World Leader celebrities [Updated October 2, 2022].
Justin Trudeau was born
on December 25, 1971
in Ottawa, Canada.
Canadian politician who became Prime Minister of Canada in 2015. He previously served as a member of parliament from Papineau, becoming the leader of the country's Liberal Party in 2013.
He used his political power to promote public safety, specifically avalanche warning programs, and opposed the construction of zinc mines, which he argued would poison the local environment.
Net Worth 2020: $10 Million
Salary 2020: $270 Thousand
Salary and Benefits: As a member of Parliament for Papineau, Justin Trudeau earns a base salary of $178,900 (which is around $140,000 USD). He ALSO earns another $178,900 for his role as Prime Minister of Canada. In total his salary is $357,800 CAD which is equal to around $270,000 USD. Technically he also receives a $2,000 annual car allowance which may not go very far on maintenance for his 1960 Mercedes-Benz 300SL.
Justin, wife wife Sophie and their three children live in a 22-bedroom mansion paid for with public money. They opted not to live in the traditional Prime Minister's residence – 24 Sussex Drive – because that home reportedly needs more than $10 million in major renovations. Trudeau lived at 24 Sussex Drive when his father Pierre was Prime Minister.
Kim Campbell was born
on March 10, 1947
in Port Alberni, Canada.
Canadian politician, lawyer, university professor, diplomat, and writer who became Canada's first female Prime Minister in the summer 1993 after the unexpected retirement of Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. She was known for her frank honesty and many believe that is what lost her the election in the fall of 1993.
She was the only Prime Minister to have been born in British Columbia.
Stephen Harper was born
on April 30, 1959
in Leaside, Canada.
He is an ally of Canadian fossil fuels and he has promoted their export to the U.S. and China.
Jean Chretien was born
on January 11, 1934
in Shawinigan, Canada.
While he was the Prime Minister of Canada he was strongly opposed to the Quebec sovereignty movement.
William Lyon Mackenzie King was born
on December 17, 1874
His biographers note his atypical profile as a politician: he was neither charismatic nor a skilled orator, and he was largely socially unskilled (he neither married nor kept close friends). His political strength, however, lay in his intelligence, his deep understanding of Canadian public, economic, and social policy, and in his consistent ability to, as a Liberal politician, address the needs of people on all sides of the political spectrum.
Louis St. Laurent was born
on February 1, 1882
He helped avoid nuclear war by helping to solve the Suez Crisis in 1956 between Great Britain, France, Israel and Egypt.