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École Julie-Riel students give to harvest

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From March 3 to 7, students in Manitoba collected food for Winnipeg Harvest’s 15th annual Operation Donation school food drive. This year 29,043 pounds of food was collected by 56 Manitoba schools, with an additional 21,968 pounds collected by Manitoba Public Insurance. Peak of the Market and Safeway Canada matched those donations, for a total of 153,037 pounds. (Back row) Larry McIntosh, CEO Peak of the Market, John Graham, director of public affairs for Safeway, and Brian Smiley, media relations co-ordinator at Manitoba Public Insurance. (Front row) École Julie-Riel School students Sydney Alexander, Jamie Schneider, Ainsleigh Horky, Stephanie Munduruca, and Bizzy Labossiere.

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