|Red means political ties, yellow means family ties, green means business ties, and purple means media ties.|
Coyne, John M.E.
Gregorie, Sophie (WIFE of Justin Trudeau)
Jackman, Henry (& Ruth, Nancy)
Martin, Paul Sr.
NATIONAL POST, THE
Pearson, Lester B. (founding conference United Nations)
St. Laurent, Louis
Tory, John A.
Tory, John A.
Trudeau, Justin (Husband of Gregorie, Sophie)
Trudeau, Pierre (Father of .... )
The photograph shows former Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau's family, friends, colleagues, and official guests in attendance to observe his passing. His son, Justin, rests his head on the casket of his father. Margaret Trudeau, in the front pew with son, Alexandre, is flanked by the beloved prime minister's later life partner, Deborah Coyne, and their daughter, Sarah. The former prime minister's sister, Suzette Rouleau, is on the far side of the same first row. Leonard Cohen on the right. In attendance next to Cuban President Fidel Castro are Prince Aga Khan, former Governor-General Romeo Leblanc, and former U.S. President Jimmy Carter. Other notables present at the ceremony not shown in this photograph include past Canadian Prime Ministers John Turner, Joseph Clark, Brian Mulroney, and Jean Chretien.
Globe and Mail
Requiem brings foes togetherPolitical enemies put differences aside to join family and friends in praise of Trudeau
By INGRID PERITZ
Wednesday, October 4, 2000
Mr. Carter and Mr. Castro were both honorary pallbearers for Mr. Trudeau's casket and were spotted inside the cavernous Notre Dame Basilica chatting amicably. Mr. Carter was even captured on camera as he laughed at something Mr. Castro, a political pariah in the United States, said.