Trudeau visits Scenic City
A bit of a buzz created in Owen Sound on Wednesday with the arrival of the Prime Minister.
His first stop was landing at the Wiarton International Airport.
From there, Justin Trudeau went to a local brewery where he met with business owners discussing issues with the lack of high speed internet in rural Ontario.
There were a number of hecklers outside Mudtown Station brewery where the meeting was set up.
They held signs and yelled at the PM about several issues including poverty, abortion and missing and murdered Indigenous women.
From there, Trudeau headed downtown to the campaign offices of Liberal candidate, and former communications advisor Michael Den Tandt.
The Liberals are hoping to gain some ground in Grey Bruce now that long time Conservative MP Larry Miller is retiring.
Meanwhile the Tory federal candidate, retired Colonel Alex Ruff.. opened his campaign office at the mall while Trudeau was in the city.