Justin Trudeau Celebrated Vaisakhi With Sikh Canadians

Justin Trudeau Celebrated Vaisakhi With Sikh Canadians

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took time on Monday to celebrate the Sikh spring harvest festival Vaisakhi with fellow Canadians on Ottawa's Parliament Hill.

Trudeau posted pictures of the joint celebration on his official Facebook page, thanking Sikhs for their contribution to the country. 

"Great to be at Vaisakhi on the Hill today!" the prime minister wrote. "I'm proud to celebrate the remarkable contributions of Sikh Canadians."

Trudeau has been commended for his unusually inclusive cabinet selection, across gender, race and religion. About half of his cabinet consists of women, and it includes two aboriginals and three Sikh ministers. 

Just when you thought he couldn't get any hotter, he goes and does this:

Trudeau's participation in the celebration sends a strong message to a community that has historically been the target of discrimination across North America — in 2008, for example, a student in New Jersey set fire to a Sikh student's turban.

So, if you weren't thirsty for him before, this'll probably seal the deal. 

Oh, Canada.

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