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Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau makes stops in North Battleford, Saskatoon

23:06  08 december  2017
23:06  08 december  2017 Source:   thestarphoenix.com

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stops in Saskatoon and North - www.cbc.ca. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a brief appearance in North Battleford , Sask., in an effort to drum up support for a local Liberal candidate in an upcoming byelection.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the Hometown Diner in Saskatoon on Friday. He said he used his visit to North Battleford to highlight things his government is doing. " Making sure the canola farmers have continued market access to China.

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Following an evening meet-and-greet in North Battleford, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrapped up a whirlwind visit to Saskatchewan with breakfast in Saskatoon.

Trudeau was in the province Thursday night to prop up Liberal Party candidate Larry Ingram, who is running the Battlefords-Lloydminster byelection. On Friday morning, Trudeau made an appearance at Saskatoon restaurant Hometown Diner.

Also running in the byelection are Rosemary Ashley Falk (Conservative Party), Matt Fedler (NDP), Ken Finlayson (Independent) and Yvonne Potter-Pihach (Green Party).

The seat became vacant after the retirement of longtime Conservative Party MP Gerry Ritz earlier this year.

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Following an evening meet-and-greet in North Battleford , Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrapped up a whirlwind visit to Saskatchewan with breakfast in Saskatoon .  Trudeau was in the province On Friday morning, Trudeau made an appearance at Saskatoon restaurant Hometown Diner.

In Saskatoon, Trudeau admitted rural Saskatchewan has been a challenge for the Liberals. He said he used his visit to North Battleford to highlight things his government is doing.

“Making sure the canola farmers have continued market access to China. Making sure we’re increasing beef opportunities as well. We’ve moved forward on delivering pipelines while showing leadership on the environment,” he said during the stop at the diner.

“These are the kinds of things that matter to people in Saskatchewan and it was great to show people that we take their concerns very seriously.”

— With files from The Canadian Press

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