August 30, 2015


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In Conversation with... Maggie Paul

Maggie Paul, Indspire Award winner for the category of culture, heritage and art, poses at the Centennial Concert Hall in Winnipeg. The Indspire Awards annually recognize Indigenous individuals and youth who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in a variety of categories.

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Maggie Paul, Indspire Award winner for the category of culture, heritage and art, poses at the Centennial Concert Hall in Winnipeg. The Indspire Awards annually recognize Indigenous individuals and youth who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in a variety of categories. Photo Store

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