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Bike Shop

Winnipeg Police Service Joins Hugh John McDonald’s Bike Trip

As part of the development and on-going mentorship of our children and youth, the Winnipeg Police Service is proud to be a part of and acknowledge the Bike Shop Program at Hugh John McDonald School.

Chief Devon Clunis has supported the program from its inception by arranging for the Winnipeg Police Service to supply many seized and found bikes. This year, the Winnipeg Police Service has supplied 19 bikes to the program which provides children and youth with an opportunity to “earn a bike” by repairing or building a bike for their community, then building one for themselves.

Bike ShopToday (May 29), students from Hugh John Macdonald School participated in a cycling trip while carrying their camping gear to the Birds Hill Park area on the very bikes they have built and or repaired.

The students involved are studying Land Based Education and were accompanied by students from Oscar Lathlin Collegiate (OLC), their partner school from Opaskwayak Cree Nation.

The Winnipeg Police Service is committed to playing an integral part in support of our children and youth.  Members of the Winnipeg Police Service Community Support Unit joined in the ride.

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