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  • Capt. Cliff Chadderton, shown here in the uniform of the Royal Winnipeg Rifles hockey team during the Second World War, played junior hockey in Winnipeg prior to joining the army. He later became chief executive officer of The War Amps.

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  • Have an appetite? The chicken schnitzel platter at Bistro Dansk is sure to leave you sated.

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  • Gliding along Hecla Island’s many groomed skiing trails is just one of the many great winter activities to be enjoyed there.

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  • Make sure you wash your hands after handling pets, as well as their treats, food or waste.

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