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Prime Minister Stephen Harper strolls through Burnaby Village

Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Industry Minister James Moore are accompanied by school children as they tour Main Street at Burnaby Village Museum. The visit was part of a whirlwind visit through Metro Vancouver on Monday that also included a speech to the Vancouver Board of Trade and a visit to Fort Langley. - MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Industry Minister James Moore are accompanied by school children as they tour Main Street at Burnaby Village Museum. The visit was part of a whirlwind visit through Metro Vancouver on Monday that also included a speech to the Vancouver Board of Trade and a visit to Fort Langley.
— image credit: MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER

Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Industry Minister James Moore are accompanied by school children as they tour Main Street at Burnaby Village Museum. The visit was part of a whirlwind visit through Metro Vancouver on Monday that also included a speech to the Vancouver Board of Trade and a visit to Fort Langley.

 

 

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