Kenney comes to city to stump for Conservative candidates

  Winnipeg Free Press 

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Alberta Premier Jason Kenney came to Winnipeg Saturday to stump on behalf of local Conservative candidates, saying Canadians must pull together to elect a "common sense government." Kenney visited the campaign ...

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