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REPLAY: NDP leader Tom Mulcair at the News Café

Federal Opposition leader Tom Mulcair made a visit to the Free Press News Café Saturday for a live Q & A.

Mulcair was in Winnipeg as part of the Opposition’s new grassroots community campaign to mobilize political supporters.

Mulcair, along with NDP deputy leader Megan Leslie, environment critic, Pat Martin and party president Rebecca Blaikie lead a day-long event at Sir John Franklin Community Centre Gym.

Our interview with Mulcair was livestreamed. Watch a replay here.

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Federal Opposition leader Tom Mulcair made a visit to the Free Press News Café Saturday for a live Q & A.

Mulcair was in Winnipeg as part of the Opposition’s new grassroots community campaign to mobilize political supporters.

Mulcair, along with NDP deputy leader Megan Leslie, environment critic, Pat Martin and party president Rebecca Blaikie lead a day-long event at Sir John Franklin Community Centre Gym.

Our interview with Mulcair was livestreamed. Watch a replay here.

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