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Hundreds attend premier's levee in Charlottetown

Premier Wade MacLauchlan shakes hands with Dunstaffnage resident Clare Mullen during the levee he hosted at Confederation Centre of the Arts Jan. 13. MacLauchlan greeted hundreds during the traditional levee, which was postponed due to the messy weather on New Year’s Day.
Premier Wade MacLauchlan shakes hands with Dunstaffnage resident Clare Mullen during the levee he hosted at Confederation Centre of the Arts Jan. 13. - Katherine Hunt

Premier Wade MacLauchlan hugs Cornwall resident Imogene MacDonald during the levee he hosted at Confederation Centre of the Arts Sunday. MacLauchlan greeted hundreds during the traditional levee, which was postponed due to the messy weather on New Year’s Day.
Premier Wade MacLauchlan hugs Cornwall resident Imogene MacDonald during the levee he hosted at Confederation Centre of the Arts Sunday. 

CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Hundreds attended the Premier's New Year's Day Levee at the Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown Sunday, hosted by Premier Wade MacLauchlan.

The annual event traditionally takes place on New Year's Day but was postponed this year due to inclement weather.

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