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Lt.-Gov. Phillip Lee dances with a volunteer during the opening night of the 12th annual Lieutenant-Governor’s Winter Festival on Thursday evening.

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Lt.-Gov. Phillip Lee dances with a volunteer during the opening night of the 12th annual Lieutenant-Governor’s Winter Festival on Thursday evening.

Grits within 'striking distance' in Westman: Poll

Support for the federal Conservative party remains strong in Westman, however, a new Probe Research Inc. poll says Liberals are within “striking distance.”

The poll, conducted exclusively for the Brandon Sun, suggests the Conservatives would win both Brandon-Souris and Dauphin-Swan River-Marquette if a federal election were held tomorrow.

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