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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets baby Justin-Trudeau during Calgary Stampede

While attending a Calgary Stampede, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met a baby who shares his name.

Justin-Trudeau Adam Bilal was innate on May 4 during approximately 6:10 p.m to Syrian relatives who had recently come to Canada as refugees.

WATCH: Syrian newcomers name baby child after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau





While Syrian children are routinely named after their grandparents, a integrate wanted their baby’s name to paint a nation that supposed them.

At a time, Justin-Trudeau Adam Bilal’s mom pronounced they were beholden to a primary apportion for bringing so many Syrian refugees to Canada.

The primary minister’s personal photographer Adam Scotti prisoner a assembly on Saturday afternoon, during a Prime Minister’s outing to a Calgary Stampede.


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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau binds baby Justin-Trudeau Adam Bilal during a Calgary Stampede on Saturday.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau binds baby Justin-Trudeau Adam Bilal during a Calgary Stampede on Saturday.

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Over 40,000 Syrian refugees have been resettled in Canada — a joining to bringing them to Canada was one of Trudeau’s first actions after winning a sovereign election. In Dec 2015, a primary apportion welcomed the initial swath of Syrian refugees in chairman during a Toronto airport. He was also assimilated by Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and Toronto Mayor John Tory.

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