Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks to business leaders on the free trade agreement between Canada and Europe in Montreal, Quebec, Oct. 13, 2016. / AFP / Alice Chiche
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Monday made his first appointment to the country's Supreme Court, avoiding a potential political clash by naming a judge from one of the country's four Atlantic provinces.Trudeau said he would appoint Malcolm Rowe from Newfoundland and Labrador to fill the vacancy of a retiring Nova Scotia judge at the top court, which has nine justices.The official opposition Conservative Party said on Monday it was pleased to see Trudeau had stuck with tradition and appointed a judge from Atlantic Canada.
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