Earlier today a photo of Justin Trudeau in brownface went public due to reporting from Time.
Following this revelation, Justin Trudeau apologized and stated that he had put on blackface during a high school performance.
“When I was in high school, I dressed up at a talent show and sang “Day-O [The Banana Boat Song] … with make-up on,” Trudeau said.
A new photo has since surfaced:
The Prime Minister has so far ruled out resignation, stating that he has accepted responsibility and is sorry.
Canucks' anthem singer uses song to uplift health care workers
Mark Donnelly who often sings the national anthem before Vancouver Canuck's games sang during one of Vancouver's nightly tributes to health-care workers.
Over $100,000 raised for Walmart security guard who is in coma after being struck by car
A security guard who was allegedly hit by an angry driver on Saturday is in a medically induced coma. Over $112,000 has now been raised for the victim.
Toronto Star fires 85 workers, while execs still rake in $760,000
TorStar expects to be granted a 75% wage subsidy from the government after laying off 85 staff.
Half million N95 masks to be shipped to Ontario despite Trump's order
A shipment of 500,000 N95 masks are set to arrive in Ontario this week after being held up at the border after President Trump issued an order to stop them.
EXCLUSIVE: Trudeau minister admits government was UNPREPARED for coronavirus
Justin Trudeau's Minister of Tourism Melanie Joly has been recorded saying that her government was unprepared for the coronavirus outbreak.
Dr. Tam finally says wearing mask 'reduces chances' of spreading coronavirus
Tam had previously stated that masks could "sometimes make it worse," due to people touching their face when applying them.
Humboldt Broncos bus crash was two years ago, today
It was two years ago today that 16 people died and 13 were injured in the Saskatchewan Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team bus crash on April 6, 2018.
Trudeau says he expects US shipments of medical supplies to be delivered soon
When asked specifically if the US had blocked the shipment, Trudeau refused to provide more information, saying that productive conversations were have been had.
Windsor-Essex reports 204 confirmed coronavirus cases, 6 outbreaks
An additional 20 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed by the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit, bringing Windsors total number of cases to 204.
Canadians can apply for emergency benefits TODAY
Canada Revenue Agency opens today for applications from Canadians for the new federal emergency aid benefit for those who lost their job.
BREAKING: Trudeau government may cancel Canada Day
Canada's most patriotic day may be cancelled this year with public health officials warning that it may coincide with a second wave of coronavirus
Scheer calls on Trudeau to release coronavirus figures, praises Ford leadership
Scheer went on to commend Ontario Premier Doug Ford for releasing Ontario's projections on Friday.
BREAKING: Lawyers challenge Alberta government on coronavirus ‘power grab’
The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms has expressed concerns about Alberta’s United Conservative Party for what they say is an “unconstitutional power grab”
BREAKING: Trudeau government gives $159 MILLION to developing countries for feminism, coronavirus
The funding is also in line with the Trudeau government's stance on the international fight for feminism.