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Justin Trudeau Visits McMaster University For Move-In Weekend And Lugs Some Boxes

"Not a bad start to the year (thanks for carrying my toiletries @JustinTrudeau)!!!"

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wears a lot of hats. His latest? A move-in volunteer at McMaster University, apparently.

Trudeau visited the Hamilton, Ont. university on Saturday, and was photographed carrying an assortment of items into a residence building, including a memory foam box and a blue bin, by his official photographer and others.

This is the latest act in Trudeau's everyman encounters with Canadians. Earlier this summer, he kayaked up to a family on the Niagara River in Ontario, and he later posed with some lucky newlyweds while kayaking in Victoria after he took a not-quite photogenic tumble.

It appears as though Trudeau's impromptu volunteering at McMaster was well-received by both the students and the university.

The school's Facebook post included a joke that he was "put [to work]" on campus.

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