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Portrait of a friend

Author Naomi Griffiths joined Jonna Wednesday morning to talk about her new book entitled "The Golden Age of Liberalism: A Portrait of Romeo LeBlanc." Ms. Griffiths said her friendship with the former Canadian Governor-General stretched back to the mid-1950s when they met as students overseas.

Naomi Griffiths is attending a book-launching at l'Université de Moncton Tuesday afternoon. That's an invitation-only event. The general public can see her at another book launch party Thursday night at Owens Art Gallery on the Mount Allison University campus at 7 p.m.


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