Fogo about it: Trudeaus spend Easter Weekend at famous Newfoundland hotel

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is spending his Easter weekend in Newfoundland and Labrador.

He and his family will be staying at the Fogo Island Inn, according to multiple reports.

A video on YouTube shows Trudeau carrying his youngest son while disembarking a plane at Gander International Airport (the closest major airport to the Fogo Island Inn), before boarding a smaller plane Friday afternoon.

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau and their other two children followed behind them.

The Prime Minister is taking “private appointments,” according to his itinerary on the Prime Minister’s Office website.

Trudeau wished Canadians a happy Easter in a statement issued Sunday, where he asks Canadians to think of others on the holiday.

“It is a sacred time for many, and an opportunity for us all to extend a helping hand to those in need, and to reflect on the notions of personal sacrifice and compassion that underlie the occasion.”

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The Inn is located on Fogo Island, off the North coast of Newfoundland. The famous hotel has been featured in many articles from National Geographic, to the New York Times.

For an in-depth look at the inn, read The West Block’s 2014 interview with innkeeper Zita Cobb here.

GALLERY: Inside the Fogo Island Inn

One of the "Labrador" rooms at the Fogo Island Inn. All rooms boast floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the North Atlantic Ocean. Amy Minsky/Global News
One of several custom wallpapers that cover select walls throughout the Fogo Island Inn. Caribou were transported to the island several decades ago. Global News/Amy Minsky
The key fobs for guest rooms at the Fogo Island Inn are items found on the shores of the island including berries, birch bark, cod skulls, lures and thread spools. Each item was sent to Rotterdam for bronzing. Amy Minsky/Global News
Director of photography Kirk Neff films Tom Clark and Zita Cobb walking down a hallway at the Fogo Island Inn, which rests on the northern coast of Fogo Island, NL. Amy Minsky/Global News
A chalkboard in the lobby of Fogo Island Inn suggests some indoor and outdoor activities for guests. On this cold day in April, the indoor activities look nice. Global News/Amy Minsky
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