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Book of Condolences set up at Barrie City Hall for Brian Mulroney

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The City of Barrie has laid out a Book of Condolences in honour of Canada's 18th Prime Minister Brian Mulroney.

Just after 5 p.m. on Friday, the city put out a Book of Condolences in its rotunda and is inviting the public to stop by to sign it.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told reporters in Sudbury, Ont., Friday that details on a state funeral for Mulroney will be released in the coming days.  

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