Canada’s Prime Minister to find unusual food tribute greets him in R.I.

JUSTIN TRUDEAU, Canada's prime minister, is the keynote speaker at the National Governors Association's summer meeting this year in Providence. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/COLE BURSTON
JUSTIN TRUDEAU, Canada's prime minister, is the keynote speaker at the National Governors Association's summer meeting this year in Providence. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/COLE BURSTON
PROVIDENCE - When Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives in Rhode Island this week to deliver the keynote address to the National Governors Association conference, he will find there is a tribute in Providence to his family that reaches back almost forty years. Trudeau’s mother, Margaret Trudeau, herself the First Lady of Canada in the…

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