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Federal Liberal leadership contenders tour B.C. Interior

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Martha Hall Findlay and Justin Trudeau are working their constituencies, drumming up support for their leadership bids.

They are two of the nine people going after the title of leader of the Liberal Party of Canada.

Martha Hall Findlay was in Kelowna on Tuesday and stepped into our studio.
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Justin Trudeau was in Kamloops, heading to a gathering at the UBCO campus in Kelowna late Tuesday.

Both spoke with Chris Walker.

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