Justin Trudeau Proves He's a S'mores Expert on Adorable Family Camping Trip
No one is too busy for s’mores. Not even Justin Trudeau. The prime minister of Canada took his family on a camping trip to Shelburne in Port Joli, Nova Scotia, where they enjoyed a little sunshine, the beach, and, of course, some delicious camping snacks. Trudeau, his wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, and their three children, Ella, Xavier, and Hadrien, joined some day campers at the beach in The Islands Provincial Park for a lunch, where they roasted marshmallows. Trudeau and his wife also found some time to kick off their shoes and have a nice, relaxing walk on the beach together at Kejimkujik Seaside.
The two-day trip was part of a working vacation for Trudeau. The visit marked the first anniversary of his government's changes to the Canada Child Benefit, which he described as “fairer and more generous than the tax credit it replaced,” according to the CBC. After the beach trip, the Prime Minister moved on to Halifax to walk in the city’s Pride parade and be guest of honor at a Liberal Party fundraiser at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. Hopefully there’s time to sleep somewhere in Trudeau’s busy schedule.