August 2, 2015


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Nov. 17, 1885: Louis Riel
Feb. 16, 1896: Winnipeg wins the Stanley Cup
May 16, 1919: Winnipeg General Strike
July 5, 1935: Canadian Wheat Board
Jan 10, 1944: John Dafoe's death
Sept. 5, 1953: Polio epidemic
Aug. 19, 1964: The Beatles stop in Winnipeg
June 26, 1969: NDP Elected
June 27, 1972: Bobby Hull
April 29, 1997: Brunkild dike
Feb. 26, 2006: Winnipeg's Olympians
June 1, 2011: Jets return
Nov. 17, 1885: Louis Riel -
Feb. 16, 1896: Winnipeg wins the Stanley Cup -
May 16, 1919: Winnipeg General Strike -
July 5, 1935: Canadian Wheat Board -
Jan 10, 1944: John Dafoe's death -
Sept. 5, 1953: Polio epidemic -
Aug. 19, 1964: The Beatles stop in Winnipeg -
June 26, 1969: NDP Elected -
June 27, 1972: Bobby Hull -
April 29, 1997: Brunkild dike -
Feb. 26, 2006: Winnipeg's Olympians -
June 1, 2011: Jets return -

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