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Paul Jordan, who took over the CEO and president role at The Forks North-Portage Partnership last month, will be at the Free Press Cafe Tuesday for a Q & A session.

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Paul Jordan, who took over the CEO and president role at The Forks North-Portage Partnership last month, will be at the Free Press Cafe Tuesday for a Q & A session.

Paul Jordan, who took over the CEO and president role at The Forks North-Portage Partnership last month, will sit down with reporter Geoff Kirbyson at the Winnipeg Free Press News Cafe Tuesday to discuss his vision for the popular tourist destination — which is set to welcome the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in just a few weeks — and its revenue generating properties on Portage Avenue.

The interview will take place at 11 a.m. The public is welcome to attend and ask questions.

The event will be livestreamed at winnipegfreepress.com.

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