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Trudeau in Antigonish tonight for annual meeting of Nova Scotia Liberals

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (right) chats with Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil, shortly after his arrival at St. F.X. in Antigonish early Wednesday afternoon. The PM will join Central Nova MP Sean Fraser, over the next couple hours, for a community barbecue on the university campus. Early today, in Pictou County, Trudeau announced $90 million in federal funding to help finance the twinning of a stretch of Trans-Canada Highway 104, from Sutherland's River to Antigonish. Sam Macdonald
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau chats with Premier Stephen McNeil in Antigonish in this file photo from 2018. - Corey LeBlanc

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is going to be in Antigonish on Friday evening to attend the Nova Scotia Liberal Party’s annual general meeting.

The Liberal Party of Canada leader will give remarks at the meeting, which is taking place at St. Francis Xavier University’s Bloomfield Centre at 7 p.m.

“Nova Scotia and Atlantic Canada have been a major focus of the Liberal Party’s growth as a movement since the last election, with more than 20,000 Atlantic Canadians having registered as new Liberals since the last election,” the party said in a news release.

 

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