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Hudson plays at the  Assiniboine Zoo earlier this winter. A few hundred volunteers are needed there, with the opening of the Journey to Churchill polar bear and northern species exhibit scheduled in June.

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Hudson plays at the Assiniboine Zoo earlier this winter. A few hundred volunteers are needed there, with the opening of the Journey to Churchill polar bear and northern species exhibit scheduled in June.

The Assiniboine Park Conservancy is asking folks to lend a paw this summer.

With the one of its biggest exhibit openings on tap and the potential for an increase in visitors, the zoo is putting the call out for volunteers. The coming summer promises to be a busy time for the zoo, with the opening of the Journey to Churchill polar bear and northern species exhibit scheduled in June.

The APC will be holding a volunteer recruitment fair on Tuesday, Apr. 1 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Qualico Family Centre located beside the Riley Family Duck Pond.

The zoo is hoping to attract over 200 volunteers. Interested applicants must be 16-years-old or older.

For more information, contact volunteer services via email at volunteer@assiniboinepark.ca.

 

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