September 4, 2015


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Throughout the province and across the country, people came out in droves to celebrate Canada Day.

Manitobans celebrated what it meant to be Canadian Monday. From the 3,500 who gathered to participate in creating the Living Flag at the legislature to those who took in the evening fireworks at The Forks, Canada Day brought in the country’s 146th birthday with a bang.

Join the conversation in the comments and tell us, how was your Canada Day?"

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