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Ministers hand out federal support for arts and culture, 'jobs, growth and prosperity'

Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney continues to headline the post-holiday ministerial circuit in his home province of Quebec,  where he's slated to deliver a fresh load of federal cash to the municipality of Notre-Dame-Auxiliatrice-de-Buckland during a visit to a local community centre.

Meanwhile, Natural Resources Minister Greg Rickford makes back-to-back appearances in Dryden, where he'll unveil additional support for local arts and culture at The Centre before making his way to City Hall to share the details of a new initiative to "support jobs, growth and prosperity" in the region.

Finally, Minister of State for Sport Bal Gosal joins members of the Canadian Olympic Committee for a press conference at the Richmond Olympic Oval.

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