Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau went all out for International Women's Day on Tuesday.
His office released a statement saying the Liberal government holds gender equality near and dear.
Trudeau also told a bunch of media outlets that he was "a proud feminist."
People loved it.
Those goddamn cute pandas, smh.
Trudeau even got a shoutout from actress and UN Women Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson.
Trudeau's government also announced Tuesday that it would be tackling the dude dominance of Canadian bank notes and putting a woman who isn't the Queen on a bill.
People were digging that, too.
It's not the first time Trudeau has touted his feminism. In January, Trudeau said people shouldn't be afraid of the word feminist during a discussion at the Davos economic forum.
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