In my everyday life as in politics, what matters the most to me is how we connect with one another. That's why I want to encourage open and honest conversations — because when we help each other be authentic and real, we can help each other grow as individuals and as a society.
Let’s share our stories. I look forward to getting to know each other.
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Sophie Grégoire Trudeau is an engaged advocate for gender equality and a mother of three young children. Over the past 15 years, she has been involved with a variety of causes as a speaker and mentor, including teenage self-esteem, women's and girls’ rights and freedoms, eating disorders and mental health.
As part of her advocacy, she works as an official spokesperson for Plan Canada’s “Because I am a Girl” initiative and the FitSpirit Foundation. She is a recipient of the 2013 UN Women National Committee Canada Recognition Award for her contribution to human rights, and in 2017 she was named as an influencer for the Deliver for Good campaign of Women Deliver.
As a mother, Sophie’s outdoorsy and energetic personality translates into lots of active family time in nature practicing a multitude of sports. She was honoured as the 100th member of Nature Canada’s Women for Nature initiative for her support for nature and the outdoors and continues to be committed to sharing her passion for nature with Canadians as an Honourary Guide for Families for Parks Canada.
Fully bilingual, Sophie studied Commerce at McGill University, and finished her B.A. in Communications at the Université de Montréal. She completed another degree at the École de radio et de télévision Promédia in Montreal. After her studies, she worked in sales and advertising before becoming a television and radio reporter.
Her intrinsic curiosity and her willingness to explore spirituality motivated Sophie to study hatha yoga and attain her certification. She has also completed her “Radiant Child” kundalini yoga teacher training, a practice specifically for children, and has taught classes on a volunteer basis at a public school close to her home.