Winnipeg Free Press - ONLINE EDITION
Posted: 04/2/2013 5:26 PM | Comments: 0
A group of protesters have gathered outside city hall to call on Mayor Sam Katz to resign.
Lindsay Stewart helped organize the protest as a way to draw attention to the mayor's conflict-of-interest court case.
About 25 people stood on Main Street late this afternoon holding signs that called on Katz to step down.
Fiona Muldrew held up a sign that read "honk for accountability" and said she wanted to join the protest due to the conflict-of-interest case.
"There is no trust anymore," Stewart said.
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