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As striking as the image of a Canadian leader dressed in the bright garments of another culture’s formal wear might have been, it’s not exactly rare.
Here are some politicians who have traded in their traditional attire for something more flashy, and not altogether belonging to their own culture, whether at someone else’s behest or on their own.
Former Conservative leader Rona Ambrose, centre, poses for a photo with former Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown, left, and former Conservative MP Bal Gosal, right, at Toronto’s Vaisakhi Parade on Khalsa Day, April 26, 2015. Photo from Rona Ambrose/Twitter.