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Photo Advisory addition

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The Canadian Press photo advisory additions for Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018. Entries with an estimated photo transmission time (EST) are staffed by The Canadian Press or Associated Press photojournalists.

ADDS:HALIFAX--Premier Stephen McNeil makes his state of the province speech. (1500) OTTAWA--Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leaves for Chicago. (MOVED) AP CENTRAL PHOTO PLANNER UPDATES TRANSMISSION TIMES HALIFAX--Premier Stephen McNeil makes his state of the province speech. (1500)QUEBEC CITY--Question Period in the National Assembly. (1200)QUEBEC CITY--Locked-out ABI aluminium plant workers demonstrate in front of the legislature. (1200)MONTREAL--Activists, lawyers and family of Pierre Coriolan, who died during an interaction with police, hold a news conference to announce a lawsuit. (MOVED)OTTAWA--Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale makes a funding announcement to combat child sexual exploitation on the Internet. (MOVED)OTTAWA--Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leaves for Chicago. (MOVED)OTTAWA--Question period. (1530)OTTAWA--International Trade Minister François-Philippe Champagne appears before the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade to discuss issues pertaining to foreign relations and international trade, within the context of ongoing trade negotiations, namely the Trans-Pacific Partnership. (1730)TORONTO--NHL hockey action Nashville Predators at Toronto Maple Leafs. (2100)

OUTSIDE CANADA COVERAGE: PYEONGCHANG, South Korea--Canadian slope style training. (MOVED)PYEONGCHANG, South Korea--Canadian ice dance figure skating training. (MOVED)PYEONGCHANG, South Korea--Canadian team welcome ceremony and flag raising in Gangneung Athletes Village. (MOVED)PYEONGCHANG, South Korea--Canada moguls training. (MOVED)CHICAGO, Illinois--Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will arrive in Chicago. …

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