It's been more than 20 years since the youngest Trudeau sibling died. Justin Trudeau's brother's birthday was marked by a touching tribute from the prime minister.\nOn October 2, Trudeau posted on social media about his late brother Michel, the youngest of Pierre and Margaret Trudeau's children.\nHe shared a photo of his brother out in nature with hiking gear on.\nEditor's Choice: Canadian Actor Rick Moranis Was Attacked In NYC & Ryan Reynolds Says 2020 Is To Blame\n View this post on Instagram You would have been 45 today, little brother. We think about you every day - we miss you and love you lots. 🇨🇦 Tu aurais eu 45 ans aujourd’hui, petit frère. Nous pensons à toi tous les jours. Tu nous manques et on t’aime beaucoup. A post shared by Justin Trudeau (@justinpjtrudeau) on Oct 2, 2020 at 3:27pm PDT\n\n\n"You would have been 45 today, little brother," the prime minister said in his post.\nTrudeau also noted that Michel is thought about every single day by himself and his loved ones.\n"We miss you and love you lots," he said.\nMichel died in B.C. back in 1998 after an avalanche swept him into a lake where he drowned.\nTrudeau often posts photos of his brother on social media to mark his birthday.\nOn what would've been Michel's 43rd birthday in 2018, which was also the 20th year he'd been gone, the prime minister shared a shot of the two of them together with another touching message.