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Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, PM's wife, launches Facebook, Instagram accounts

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OTTAWA - Justin Trudeau used his Instagram account to promote a different sort of gender equality Tuesday: spouse Sophie finally getting with the social media program. Sophie Gregoire Trudeau used the occasion of International Day of the Girl to launch newly established Facebook and Instagram
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