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Committee wants trail developed on Seine River

Residents will soon be able to explore the heart of Winnipeg from the banks of the Seine River.

The public works committee authorized the administration to find funds to develop a trail along the Seine, going north from John Bruce Park.

A painted turtle soaks up some sunshine on the Seine River in St. Boniface summer.

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A painted turtle soaks up some sunshine on the Seine River in St. Boniface summer.

The proposal, from St. Vital councillor Brian Mayes, is to recognize the importance of the Seine, which winds its way through St. Vital and St. Boniface, and the importance of the Riel Mill site to the Metis and French communities.

aldo.santin@freepress.mb.ca

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