Justin Trudeau Makes A Splash While Kayaking In Vancouver Island

Bruno Cirelli
Agosto 6, 2017

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will spend much of the long weekend on Vancouver Island.

As CBC News reports, Trudeau chose to do some kayaking in the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, north of Victoria, but started things off on an inauspicious note when he fell into the water while attempting to get into his kayak.

Trudeau was visiting the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve when he found himself in a pickle after falling out of his kayak as he attempted to climb in.

His second attempt at getting into the kayak was successful as staff members looked a bit concerned.

A dampened Trudeau joked that he was, in his words, "happy the national media was there to capture that".

"He said, 'I'm not going to take my shirt off this time,"' Michelle Gruetzner, the bride, told CTV News, referring to a past impromptu Trudeau shirtless selfie appearance the prime minister made at a wedding ceremony previous year.

Photos showed Trudeau even planting a kiss on the bride's cheek and shaking her husband's hand before paddling away.

Trudeau's appearance at the lake was to promote the protection of Canada's West Coast waters from pollution, but also acknowledge the economic benefits of the lake.

The last time Trudeau was in Tofino, in August 2016, he made headlines when the shirtless PM photobombed a newly married couple's wedding photo, with the resulting photo quickly going viral.

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