Justin Trudeau stops in Kamloops

Justin Trudeau is in Kamloops Monday night for a meet and greet at Thompson Rivers University (Graham Hughes/Canadian Press).
Justin Trudeau has lived almost his entire life in the political spotlight.

As a child, he was seen toting along his father's arm while Pierre Trudeau was Prime Minister.

Now as an MP in Quebec, Justin wants to lead the federal Liberals back into power.

He's one of several Liberal leadership candidates stopping in Kamloops this week.

He will be at Thompson Rivers University Monday night at 5:30.
But first, he speaks with Daybreak host Shelley Joyce.

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