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Trudeau campaigns for Churence Rogers in Bonavista-Burin-Trinity byelection

Trudeau and Churence Rogers taking selfies with those in attendance at the Bill Davis Chalet in Clarenville.
Trudeau and Churence Rogers taking selfies with those in attendance at the Bill Davis Chalet in Clarenville. - Jonathan Parsons

CLARENVILLE, N.L. — Crowds came out in a blistering cold wind in Clarenville Thursday evening to catch a glimpse of, and maybe a selfie with, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

The event — a campaign rally for Liberal candidate Churence Rogers in the upcoming Bonavista-Burin-Trinity byelection — was held outside the Bill Davis Chalet in Clarenville. Trudeau stopped in Clarenville en route to Happy Valley-Goose Bay where he will make a formal apology to residential school survivors on Friday.
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Trudeau gave a message of support for Rogers, and proceeded to make his way through the crowd to take photos with the people in the crowd.

 

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