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Participants in the 2014 Pride Parade walk along Memorial Boulevard. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
The sunny, warm weather made it a perfect day for a parade. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Thousands turned out for the parade Sunday. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Participants in the 2014 Pride Parade walk along Memorial Boulevard in front of the Manitoba Legislature Sunday. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Participants in the 2014 Pride Parade walk along Memorial Boulevard. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Colourful costumes are a staple of Pride Parade. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Participants in the 2014 Pride Parade take to downtown streets. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
A participant shoots a selfie in the 2014 Pride Parade. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Participants in the 2014 Pride Parade walk in front of the Manitoba Legislative Building Sunday afternoon.   (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
The Pride Winnipeg Festival ran from May 23 – June 1 and consists of an array of cultural events that celebrate the incredibly diverse community that supports or identifies with gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, intersex, two-spirit, and queer people. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
The rainbow flag was aflutter at the 2014 Pride Parade. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
A homemade go-kart was this participant's mode of transportation. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Colourful costumes and wigs are de rigueur at the Pride Parade. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
There were prizes handed out for best costumes. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Participants in the 2014 Pride Parade walk along Memorial Boulevard. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
The sunny, warm weather made it a perfect day for a parade. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Thousands turned out for the parade Sunday. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Participants in the 2014 Pride Parade walk along Memorial Boulevard in front of the Manitoba Legislature Sunday. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Participants in the 2014 Pride Parade walk along Memorial Boulevard. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Colourful costumes are a staple of Pride Parade. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Participants in the 2014 Pride Parade take to downtown streets. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
A participant shoots a selfie in the 2014 Pride Parade. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Participants in the 2014 Pride Parade walk in front of the Manitoba Legislative Building Sunday afternoon. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
The Pride Winnipeg Festival ran from May 23 – June 1 and consists of an array of cultural events that celebrate the incredibly diverse community that supports or identifies with gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, intersex, two-spirit, and queer people. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
The rainbow flag was aflutter at the 2014 Pride Parade. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
A homemade go-kart was this participant's mode of transportation. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Colourful costumes and wigs are de rigueur at the Pride Parade. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
There were prizes handed out for best costumes. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)

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