May 22, 2015


Gordon Sinclair Jr.

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The king of food

Late Oscar Grubert a North End guy who made a fortune with his eateries

Grubert brought the Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise to the city.

WINNIPEG TRIBUNE FONDS, UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA ARCHIVES & SPECIAL COLLECTIONS

Grubert brought the Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise to the city.

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Updated on Friday, February 28, 2014 at 2:56 PM CST: CLARIFICATION: Two photos that ran in Thursday’s paper on page B1 were incorrectly credited to Winnipeg Free Press archives. In fact, the photos should have been credited to Winnipeg Tribune fonds, University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections.

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