Prime Minister Justin Trudeau showed off his pipes earlier this week when he hit the stage at a Shed Party on Parliament Hill.
In a video on Twitter by MP for Long Range Mountains, NL Gudie Hutchings, Trudeau is seen singing a duet with Newfoundland artist Alan Doyle at an event in Ottawa on Wednesday.
Hutchings said it was a “very special Shed Party this year” and that Trudeau kicked off the celebration with the performance.
After the duet, the packed crowd applauded Trudeau and Doyle.
A Shed Party is a longstanding tradition in the province where a party is held in a shed or space typically meant for work, and people gather to play music and games.
“The Shed Party on the Hill” celebrated all things Newfoundland and Labrador, including its people, food and talent.
Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador Andrew Furey was in attendance, along with his father George Furey who is the 45th Speaker of the Senate of Canada, and was honoured at the event for his years of service.
Along with Doyle, there were other performances by Folk It and Rum Ragged. The event also featured various dishes from across NL and local crafts and art.