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Walk for Human Rights on Saturday, February 4

February 1, 2017

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Everyone deserves to be treated with respect and dignity and participate fully in our communities. That includes the 200,000 Manitobans with disabilities. We hope to see you at Saturday’s Walk for Human Rights at The Forks.
Mayor Brian Bowman and The City of Winnipeg are inviting everyone to meet at the Plaza, by the Johnson Terminal/canopy area at noon. From there everyone will walk around the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and finish back at The Forks.

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