Prime Minister Trudeau coming to Kingston to Connect with Canadians

Kingston, ON, Canada / CKWS TV

Justin Trudeau is about to launch a cross country tour and one of his first stops will be in Kingston.
The Prime Minister is going coast to coast to hear from Canadians about how they’re feeling.
Trudeau will be in the Limestone City this Thursday — Here’s Mike Postovit.

 

In an effort to stay connected with Canadians — Justin Trudeau is hitting the road.     The Prime Minister is embarking on a coast to coast campaign style tour seeking public input.

Streeter

“If I had the opportunity to ask Justin Trudeau a question — I’d probably ask him about free tuition for low income housing in Canada.”

Mark Gerretsen/Kingston & Islands, M.P.

“This is very much in keeping with his commitment before he became Prime Minister which was to ensure accountability, transparency and openness continues to be a focal point of his being prime minister — so I’m thrilled that we’re going to have the opportunity here in Kingston.

Trudeau will meet the public here at Kingston City Hall.     It’ll take place Thursday afternoon in Memorial Hall from 1 until 3.     Those wishing to attend need to register through Gerretsen’s office and get your questions ready.

Gerretsen

“In today’s world with Facebook and Twitter and all these other platforms that there’s so much engagement that always happening — but in my opinion — there’s nothing that can replace that human interaction — that human contact to actually be in the same room as the Prime Minister — to tell him looking into his face and him looking back at you, how you feel about something — or to challenge him on something so he then can take to help him inform his opinions on various different policies that are created by the federal government.”

Streeter

“If I had a question to ask Justin Trudeau I would ask what other ideas or opportunities might come about for students in terms of lowering their tuition.”

Streeter

“I think it’s important to protect the environment and be stewards for the earth in general because we keep taking so much from it and I think not a lot of us are looking at the long term.”

Streeter
“Probably just to reiterate with the rest of the provinces concern about the opioid
overdoses in the community and seeing how he’s going to support that in our community.”

From Kingston — the P.M. will make stops in Napanee and Belleville as well as CFB
Trenton.     Mike Postovit, CKWS News, Kingston

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