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City errs by trying to have it two ways

A truck roars down Provencher Boulevard near Café Postal. The numerous trucks that travel past this streetside patio many times a day exemplify one of the main problems with Winnipeg's 'stroads.'

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A truck roars down Provencher Boulevard near Café Postal. The numerous trucks that travel past this streetside patio many times a day exemplify one of the main problems with Winnipeg's 'stroads.' Photo Store

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Updated on Sunday, September 22, 2013 at 9:33 AM CDT: Edits cutline.

12:06 PM: Updates photo.

12:10 PM: Corrects typo.

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