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British Consul General in town, drops into News Café

If the British Consul General wishes to broaden the trade for deep-freeze wear between Manitoba and the UK, he’s in the right place at the right time.

Tony Kay and a team of UK officials arrive in Winnipeg today for a three-day visit. He’ll be meeting with officials from industry, government, academia and others to explore trade and investment opportunities between the two jurisdictions.

Kay came by the Winnipeg Free Press News Café for an in-depth interview with Geoff Kirbyson. Watch a replay above.

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If the British Consul General wishes to broaden the trade for deep-freeze wear between Manitoba and the UK, he’s in the right place at the right time.

Tony Kay and a team of UK officials arrive in Winnipeg today for a three-day visit. He’ll be meeting with officials from industry, government, academia and others to explore trade and investment opportunities between the two jurisdictions.

Kay came by the Winnipeg Free Press News Café for an in-depth interview with Geoff Kirbyson. Watch a replay above.

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