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Manitoba farmers invite Trudeau for a visit, amid a WEXIT movement

Reference: CTV News

WINNIPEG -- Manitoba farmers have invited Canada’s leader, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, to come to rural Manitoba and visit their farms in the hope of building a relationship and opening the lines of communication in the midst of a western separation movement.

On Tuesday, Bill Campbell, the president of Keystone Agricultural Producers – a general farm policy organization – sent the letter of invitation to Trudeau.

“I thought that it would be a proper process to have an invitation for the Prime Minister and the Minister of Agriculture to come to western Manitoba and western Canada, to walk with Canadians,” Campbell told CTV News Winnipeg. “To actually see what farmers in this rural Manitoba is all about, and some of the things that we have been challenged to do this particular year.”...Read More