Canadian cartoonist under fire for showing Trudeau in an avalanche, after PM's ...

Canadian newspaper cartoonist under fire for showing Trudeau dying in an avalanche of the upcoming election, after the PM’s brother was fatally swept off by one in 1998 Theo Moudakis was blasted on social media for a cartoon he made for the Friday's Toronoto Star The cartoon showed the bundled prime minister walking as an impending '2019 election' avalanche makes its way towards him Many took issue with the cartoon, citing the death of Trudeau's youngest brother - Michel In 1998, Michel Trudeau presumably drowned in the Kokanee Lake after he was blasted off the Kokanee Glacier Park trail in British Columbia 

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Published: 03:04 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 03:05 GMT, 1 March 2019

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A Canadian newspaper cartoonist received fierce backlash on Twitter after he shared cartoon for Friday that showed about to be crushed by an avalanche, seemingly forgetting that Trudeau's own brother died in an avalanche in 1998. 

Theo Moudakis, an award-winning cartoonist with the Toronto Star, found himself on the defensive when people lambasted him for the 'inappropriate' image. 

The cartoon - which was to come out on Friday - showed the bundled prime minister walking as an impending '2019 election' avalanche makes its way towards him. 

Theo Moudakis was blasted on social media for a cartoon he made for the Friday's Toronoto Star. The cartoon - which was to come out on Friday - showed the bundled prime minister walking as an impending '2019 election' avalanche makes its way towards him 

Theo Moudakis was blasted on social media for a cartoon he made for the Friday's Toronoto Star. The cartoon - which was to come out on Friday - showed the bundled prime minister walking as an impending '2019 election' avalanche makes its way towards him 

Many took issue with the cartoon, citing the death of Trudeau's youngest brother - Michel

In 1998, Michel Trudeau presumably drowned in the Kokanee Lake after he was blasted off the Kokanee Glacier Park trail in  British Columbia

Many took issue with the cartoon, citing the death of

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