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Festival du Voyageur as our readers and photographers see it

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Final Glimpse of Voyageur Park after Closing Ceremonies. Marie LeBlanc/CNC Taken Feb 23, 2014

The Winnipeg Free Press is working with Community News Commons to bring Winnipeggers a closer look at the people and events at Fesitval du Voyager.

The above gallery of photos is made up of the work of our readers as well as CNC photographers Marie LeBlanc and Doug Kretchmer, while the one below is from our staff photographers.

Free Press readers who would like to see their Festival photos on the paper's website can submit their work, with a description of what is taking place and the names of people in the photo to Julie.carl@freepress.mb.ca.

David Lipnowski / Winnipeg Free Press

Winnipeg's Festival du Voyageur was a popular place to be Saturday afternoon, as the 10-day celebration of Manitoba's French culture gets ready to wrap up Sunday.

History

Updated on Sunday, February 16, 2014 at 6:48 PM CST: Adds Free Press staff photographer slideshow.

February 19, 2014 at 4:15 PM: Updated text, slideshow.

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