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- First dedicated path dates back to 1898 on Portage Ave.
- His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales formally opened the aqueduct on Sept. 9, 1919
- Fully accessible Manitoboggan opened in 2017
- Donation will be used for education and bees conservation
- Artwork one of many pieces used to brighten up the space
- Nearly 7 tonnes of compost collected in program’s first 8 months
- Marc Lemoine only the 6th Canadian clerk to receive the international award
- WFPS assist in an average of 24 births a year
- Statue first displayed at City Hall in 1898
- Training a response to the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action #57
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