June 30, 2015


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University of Manitoba Convocation 2014

Some of the 110 students of the graduating class of Université de Saint-Boniface participate in the convocation at the St. Boniface Cathedral Monday.
Raymonde Gagne, pres. of the  Universite de Saint-Boniface beside seated Dr. David Barnard, pres. and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Manitoba addresses the graduating class of Universite de Saint-Boniface in the Saint Boniface Cathedral Monday at the University of Manitoba Convocation.
At right, Breanna Vandenberghe in the graduating class of  the Universite de Saint-Boniface students is congratulated after she received her Bachelor of Education degree at the University of Manitoba Convocation held in the Saint Boniface Cathedral Monday.
Joel Caby in the graduating class of Universite de Saint-Boniface, he poses for family photos after he received his Bachelor of Arts Degree at the University of Manitoba Convocation.
Some of the 110 students of the graduating class of Université de Saint-Boniface participate in the convocation at the St. Boniface Cathedral Monday. - Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press
Raymonde Gagne, pres. of the Universite de Saint-Boniface beside seated Dr. David Barnard, pres. and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Manitoba addresses the graduating class of Universite de Saint-Boniface in the Saint Boniface Cathedral Monday at the University of Manitoba Convocation. - Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press
At right, Breanna Vandenberghe in the graduating class of the Universite de Saint-Boniface students is congratulated after she received her Bachelor of Education degree at the University of Manitoba Convocation held in the Saint Boniface Cathedral Monday. - Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press
Joel Caby in the graduating class of Universite de Saint-Boniface, he poses for family photos after he received his Bachelor of Arts Degree at the University of Manitoba Convocation. - Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press

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