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Fort Gibraltar set for structural upgrades

Festival du Voyageur set to undertake work at historic site in light of provincial funding

From left to right: Sabine Trégouët, Ian McAmmond and Stephen Challes entertain visitors at this year’s Festival du Voyageur in February in a cabin that would have been used by voyageurs when the river was frozen during the winter. The cabin is located at Fort Gibraltar, which will undergo rehabilitation and restoration work in light of $100,000 of provincial funding under the Winnipeg Community Infrastructure Program.

FILE PHOTO BY SIMON FULLER

From left to right: Sabine Trégouët, Ian McAmmond and Stephen Challes entertain visitors at this year’s Festival du Voyageur in February in a cabin that would have been used by voyageurs when the river was frozen during the winter. The cabin is located at Fort Gibraltar, which will undergo rehabilitation and restoration work in light of $100,000 of provincial funding under the Winnipeg Community Infrastructure Program.

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