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Kevin Vickers to announce today if he'll seek New Brunswick Liberal leadership

CTV News Friday, 15 March 2019 ()
Former House of Commons sergeant-at-arms Kevin Vickers is expected to announce today if he intends to seek the Liberal leadership in New Brunswick.
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