Opinion

Barbecue circuit for politicians might look frivolous, but this is as real as it gets

This is the most genuine part of the life of politicians, getting the chance to be close to real Canada and real Canadians. This is the time when they get close to the real problems voters have to face on a daily basis.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau helps to officially open the Google offices in Kitchener. Photograph courtesy of PMO photographer Adam Scotti

By ANGELO PERSICHILLI

PUBLISHED : Monday, June 27, 2016 12:00 AM

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