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Grit MP’s constituency office a ‘de facto’ passport office

P.E.I. MP Sean Casey says his constituency office receives between 10 and 40 passport applications per week.

Liberal MP Sean Casey says there ought to be a Passport Canada office in P.E.I. to better serve his constituents. The Hill Times file photo


PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016 12:00 AM

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