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Sophie Grégoire Trudeau meets with Toronto girls for International Day of the Girl

by www.cbc.ca

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's wife opened the markets at the Toronto Stock Exchange and met with Toronto girls on Tuesday in honour of the International Day of the Girl.


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