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Tigers hungry for high school innovation

First place winners in Louis Riel School Division’s Tiger’s Den Entrepreneurship and Innovation conference was True Food, an organic fast food restaurant created by the team of (from left): Jordan Shannon (Windsor Park Collegiate); Stacey Fortney (Windsor Park); Jenny Nguyen (Windsor Park); Michelle Richard (Dakota Collegiate); Evan Duplak (River East Collegiate).

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First place winners in Louis Riel School Division’s Tiger’s Den Entrepreneurship and Innovation conference was True Food, an organic fast food restaurant created by the team of (from left): Jordan Shannon (Windsor Park Collegiate); Stacey Fortney (Windsor Park); Jenny Nguyen (Windsor Park); Michelle Richard (Dakota Collegiate); Evan Duplak (River East Collegiate).

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