John Diefenbaker has his lake. Lester Pearson has an airport. Pierre Trudeau has - wait for it - a pedestrian bridge over the Humber River in Toronto.
Or, rather, he almost had. The proposal has now been scrapped. FULL STORY
What would he have done?
On the anniversary of Pierre Trudeau's death, ANDREW COHEN recalls how he handled demands from Washington - and encounters with terrorism
By ANDREW COHEN, Special to the Globe and Mail
Shortly after Pierre Elliott Trudeau married Margaret Sinclair in 1971, he made clear to her his deep antipathy for terrorism in cold, personal terms. FULL STORY