What a Girl Wants with Justin Trudeau, Laureen Harper and a drag queen

The fourth annual What a Girl Wants charity dinner held in the Fairmont Château Laurier ballroom raised money for the Canadian Liver Foundation with the help of local firefighters peeling off their uniforms, a fashion show and a performance by Ottawa drag queen Dixie Landers who lip-synced Better Midler’s cover of Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy. Below, Landers with Vancouver Liberal MP Hedy Fry.

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Montreal Liberal MP Justin Trudeau.

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(Left to right) Labour Minister Lisa Raitt, National Post columnist Don Martin and Laureen Harper.

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Annette Martin of the Canadian Liver Foundation and wife of National Post columnist Don Martin.

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Trudeau and Laureen Harper.

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Toronto Liberal MP Kirsty Duncan.

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Fry and Raitt.

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Montreal Liberal MP Justin Trudeau.

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The firefighters.




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What a Girl Wants with Justin Trudeau, Laureen Harper and a drag queen

  1. I must say, that Justin Trudeau, is taking his status of a Mexican telenovela star, very serious! :)

      • They are both very good looking, beautiful actually.

        • I agree, he is very handsome and thank God looks like his mother, as charismatic as Pierre was, he wasn't as blessed in the looks department! He would make a very handsome PM someday!

  2. OHH YES CLAUDIA WE NEED A HANDSOME PM…FORGET THE FACT THE ONLY THING HE HAS DONE IS TEACH DRAMA IN HIGH SCHOOL…SO YES HE WOULD BE QUALIFIED TO LEAD THE LIBERALS….AAAHHH PM , MAYBE NOT

    • The ONLY thing he has done is teach drama in high school? Obviously, you have no idea what he has done. Is it normal for you to talk out of your ass like that?

    • He must be serious. He used all capitals.

      • Yes indeed. Very serious. Or, he is also the type to drive five kilometres with his left turn signal on. And never turns left.

  3. Young Stephen Harper lived in a walk-up on Whyte Avenue,
    worshipped Pierre Elliot Trudeau, preferred John Lennon to Paul McCartney, came
    across as 20-going-on-40 and was troubled by the notion that he had failed his
    father.

     

    That’s how Frank Glenfield remembered Prime Minister Stephen
    Harper, whom Glenfield came to know well after Harper dropped out of his first
    year of schooling at the University of Toronto in 1978 and moved to Edmonton.

     

    Harper went to work as a clerk at Imperial Oil.

     

    http://www.edmontonjournal.com/Young+Harper+rebelled+against+family+headed+West/5856397/story.html

    • Harper went to work as a clerk at Imperial Oil…..and he was never seen again.

  4. Lisa Riatt,with her top off,gad,worse than 40 lashes

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