Jeff Lehman continues to keep close cards on his political future, even with Justin Trudeau in Barrie. “I haven't made any decisions yet. He (Trudeau) was kind enough to enquire about my future, but no, we didn't have that kind of a conversation,” the Barrie mayor said. “I haven't made any decisions yet.
Housing was a hot topic with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mayor Jeff Lehman during their private talk Thursday morning in Barrie. During their opening, public remarks, Lehman mentioned Barrie has the third highest rent in the country, after Toronto and Vancouver. And that the National Housing Strategy might help. “Citizens expect that their different levels of government get to work collaboratively together,” Trudeau said.
Justin Trudeau was more rock star than Canadian prime minister when he visited Barrie Thursday morning. The PM first had a sit-down with Mayor Jeff Lehman at Barrie City Hall, then headed to East Bayfield Community Centre after rain washed out a planned visit to Centennial Beach. Trudeau was met by a throng of people, likely hundreds - shaking hands, picking up children, posing for selfies – on his way in and out of the Livingstone Street recreation centre.
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