Chrystia Freeland

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Christina Alexandra Freeland (born August 2, 1968) is a Canadian politician serving since 2019 as the tenth deputy prime minister of Canada and since 2020 as the minister of finance. A member of the Liberal Party, Freeland represents the Toronto riding of University—Rosedale in the House of Commons. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Chrystia Freeland has received more than 2,091,358 page views. Her biography is available in 22 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 20 in 2019). Chrystia Freeland is the 14,767th most popular politician (down from 13,308th in 2019), the 664th most popular biography from Canada and the 52nd most popular Canadian Politician.

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Among politicians, Chrystia Freeland ranks 14,767 out of 15,710Before her are Ana Jara, Tom Price, Andrea Leadsom, Gideon Welles, Wally Hickel, and Sherrod Brown. After her are Tulsi Gabbard, Carter Glass, Shashi Tharoor, John Cornyn, William J. Duane, and Iain Duncan Smith.

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Among people born in 1968, Chrystia Freeland ranks 460Before her are Ali Benarbia, Franck Lagorce, Warren Ellis, Niamh Kavanagh, Ana Jara, and Alejandro Mancuso. After her are Luminița Anghel, Georgi Gospodinov, Big Daddy Kane, Atticus Ross, Masahiko Harada, and Chris Miller.

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Among people born in Canada, Chrystia Freeland ranks 664 out of 1,130Before her are Vik Sahay (1971), Erica Cerra (1979), Hayley Wickenheiser (1978), Paul Coffey (1961), Natalya Neidhart (1982), and Christophe Beck (1972). After her are Grant Fuhr (1962), Torri Higginson (1969), Kevin Owens (1984), George Eaton (1945), Vanity (1959), and Snow (1969).


Among politicians born in Canada, Chrystia Freeland ranks 52Before her are Stéphane Dion (1955), Ken Dryden (1947), Jean Charest (1958), Gaétan Boucher (1958), Milt Schmidt (1918), and Jack Layton (1950). After her are Grant Fuhr (1962), André Boisclair (1966), Mark Carney (1965), Rob Ford (1969), Kathleen Wynne (1953), and Tom Mulcair (1954).

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