Will Amos joins PM on state visit to Mexico

Pontiac MP Will Amos shakes hands with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau looks on. Amos said it was an honour to be part of such a high level delegation.

Chris Lowrey
MEXICO Oct. 18, 2017
Pontiac MP Will Amos joined Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and several other high ranking delegates on the PM’s first state visit to Mexico earlier this month.
Amos was on the trip because of his position as the co-chair of the Canada-Mexico Parliamentary Friendship group. Additionally, both Amos and his wife Regina Flores – whose parents emigrated from Mexico in the 1970s – lived in Mexico for extended periods in the past.

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