After a busy evening in Saskatoon, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stopped in Regina Thursday morning for a brief visit in the Queen City before his Town Hall-style tour continues across western Canada.
Trudeau stopped by the RCMP training academy to meet with some of the young cadets and – as is the Prime Minister’s habit – got some selfies with the cadets.
Trudeau also spent time at the local coffee house and had time with Regina’s Mayor, Michael Fougere as well as some city councillors.
There was no town hall planned for Regina, however Trudeau did take time to stop and meet with University of Regina students, where he was greeted with cheers, boos and even anti-pipeline protesters.
In Saskatoon Trudeau touched on a variety of issues throughout the night, including mental health, Indigenous issues, pipelines, trade, and the carbon tax.
His next stop is Winnipeg Thursday afternoon where he will once again speak to media and the public.