Trudeau to speak at Niagara Falls conference

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is back in Southern Ontario and will begin his visit with a stop in Niagara Falls.

Trudeau is slated to participate in a question-and-answer session at the Canadian Home Builders’ Association National Conference at the Scotiabank Convention Centre.

The conference brings together leaders in the residential construction industry across Canada.

After the sun sets, he will attend a community Iftar dinner in Milton. Iftar is the evening meal that Muslims eat during Ramadan.

Niagara Regional Police Service said Trudeau’s motorcade will pass through St. Catharines and Grimsby during his exit from the region.


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