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Justin Trudeau returns to Winnipeg 2 days before election

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is making another stop in Winnipeg, two days before Canadians go to the polls.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau will be at the St. James Civic Centre on Saturday for an event called "Winnipeg Wants Real Change Now." (Liam Richards/Canadian Press)

Justin Trudeau is making another stop in Winnipeg, two days before Canadians go to the polls.

The federal Liberal leader will be at the St. James Civic Centre on Ness Avenue for an event called "Winnipeg Wants Real Change Now."

There's no word on whether Trudeau will be making any campaign announcements at the rally, set for Saturday evening.

He was last in the city on Sept. 29 when he promised a Liberal government would provide more money for research and development, as well as small business.

Prior to that, he stopped in Winnipeg on Aug. 19 when he announced a plan to introduce flexible work conditions into the federal labour code to help families with obligations outside the workplace.

Those conditions could include start and finish times, and the ability to work from home, as seen in other countries such as the United Kingdom, Trudeau said at the time.

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