Prime Minister Justin Trudeau could face some tough questions when he comes to Regina this Thursday.
He is set to hold a public town hall meeting at the University of Regina at 7 p.m.
In a statement emailed to 980 CJME, the Prime Minister’s Office confirmed a series of similar events are planned across the country.
A federal election is due this fall.
The statement from the PMO press secretary Eleanore Catenaro said the event, “will offer the opportunity for Canadians to discuss a wide range of topics and how we create more jobs and grow the economy to benefit all Canadians.”
Trudeau’s federal Liberal government has faced criticism in western Canada for both the carbon tax and pipelines and overall issue of getting oil to tidewater.
The prime minister’s last visit to the province was in Saskatoon in September for the Liberal Party caucus retreat.
It isn’t yet confirmed whether he will remain in Regina to attend any other events.