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We Day Manitoba to take place Oct. 29 at MTS Centre

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Students interested in social justice projects fill the MTS Centre during last fall's We Day.

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Students interested in social justice projects fill the MTS Centre during last fall's We Day.

We Day will return to Winnipeg when We Day Manitoba is held at the MTS Centre Oct. 29.

The fourth year of inspirational speakers --- including world leaders such as Mikhail Gorbachev and Al Gore --- and performers fill the arena with students from Manitoba and northwestern Ontario who have committed to being involved in social justice projects locally and abroad.

Free the Children co-founder Craig Kielburger said today the speakers and performers will be announced once school starts in September. "Every We Day has a new mix of amazing talent," Kielburger said from London.

The first British We Day will be held Friday, highlighted by an appearance by Prince Harry.

 

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