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This week in NewmarketToday+: Get 'pumped' up with a brand new contest!

Plus, we get Up Close & Personal with Kathleen Wynne

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Kathleen Wynne

Be sure to check out the latest episode of Up Close & Personal as Scott Sexsmith sits down with the 25th Premier of Ontario, Kathleen Wynne. Wynne will be retiring from politics following the provincial election on June 2nd. From forming a majority government in 2014 to losing party status in 2018 to what's next for her, this conversation covers it all. For back episodes of Up Close & Personal click here.

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Join hosts Scott Sexsmith and Michael Friscolanti and go Inside the Village with our brand new podcast. You can check out all episodes here. New episodes go live every Wednesday night. This week, Scott and Frisco sit down with one of NDP leader Andrea Horwath and more.

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From the Newsroom

How well do you know your neighbours? Given that our town is renowned for its community connections, reporter Elizabeth Keith travelled throughout different neighbourhoods to ask that question. Exactly where you live in town can make the difference between a passing acquaintance and friendship, she found. We also share the results of our poll of local residents.