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Having been together for six years and engaged for two years, the couple is set to tie the knot on May The couple was initially scheduled to be married in March in the chapel at the University of King's College in Halifax, but all events were cancelled by the school. Now the couple has their sights set on the end of May.
Fortunately, Gauthier's parents, who live in Saint John, will be in attendance to witness the exchanging of the vows. Meanwhile, Elford's parents might have to watch their son tie the knot via the internet. Full coverage at CTVNews.
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