By Jim Bronskill THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA- Voters in four federal ridings will go to the polls next month. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Sunday the four byelections will be held June 19 to fill seats in three provinces. In the Manitoba riding of Winnipeg South Centre, Liberal candidate Ben Carr is looking to win the seat held by his father, longtime MP and former cabinet minister Jim Carr, who died in December. The southern Manitoba riding of Portage-Lisgar was left vacant when Conservative MP and former interim party leader Candice Bergen resigned in February. She soon became co-chair of the Manitoba Progressive Conservative election campaign, ahead of the provincial ballot this October. Liberal MP and former cabinet minister Marc Garneau, the retired astronaut who held the Quebec riding Notre-Dame-de-Grace-Westmount,
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