Justin Trudeau is the picture-perfect Prime Minister Canada didn't even know it needed. Seriously, J-Tru (as I affectionately refer to him as;make it a thing, people) has made, and continues to make Canada look better than ever.
But beyond his public persona, is our Justin/Canada's media darling everything he made himself out to be? During his campaign, Justin promised "real change," but has he made good on that platform? Has Justin changed Canada in any way for the better, other than making us look amazing in contrast to our southern neighbours?
Lets take a look and find out.
Using TrudeauMetre, a fantastic website that has been tracking all of the promises the current government has made since Trudeau took office, we've assembled what has actually been accomplished by Canada's current Cabinet.
In total, 217 proposed undertakings were outlined by the current government, and in the 127 days since Trudeau took office, 167 have yet to be tackled. That's quite a large number, but that isn't to say the Prime Minister has been sitting idly.
32 promises are currently "in progress," whereas four were broken (the number of Syrian refugees to be resettled in Canada by the end of 2015, budget deficits, the implementation of imported gun marking regulations, and neutral revenue on recent tax changes).
If you're capable of basic math, then you know that leaves 14 promises made by the Trudeau government that have actually been kept. We're certain this number will grow as Trudeau's number of days in office increases, but as for now, here they are: