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Premier Kathleen Wynne at the Last Day of The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne helped The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair draw its 92nd season to a close Sunday after another successful year bringing country life to the heart of the city and connecting families with farming and food experiences in fresh new ways.


"The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is such a great opportunity to bring us closer to the food we eat and the people who produce it," said Premier Wynne. "Walking around the Fair gives people a real sense of why food and agriculture are so important to Ontario's economy and way of life."  http://www.newswire.ca/en/story/1447029/the-royal-wraps-up-92nd-sea...

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