Trudeau in town for Transit funding announcement

  Winnipeg Free Press 

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OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will touch down Tuesday in Winnipeg to unveil funding for the city's transit system, the Free Press has learned. Ottawa and city hall have partnered ......

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