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Participants taking part in this year's CEO Sleepout.

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The two Tims captured the Amazing Race Canada title last week, so they should have no trouble having a sleepover on a downtown Winnipeg street.

Tim Hague Sr. and his son, Tim, will participate the Downtown Biz's third annual CEO Sleepout tonight.

Participants will learn more about homelessness and poverty by discussing the issue with Winnipeg social agencies, and will tour downtown shelters with people who have experience with homelessness as their guides.

More than 100 CEOs will bunk down for the night. The forecast calls for a few clouds in the sky and a low of 11 C.

Could be worse, Doug Speirs, Jenny Gerbasi, Judy Wasylycia-Leis, Scott Thompson (Manitoba Hydro), Kelvin A. Shepherd (MTS) and the rest of you kind folks.

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