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Learn how to make your voice heard at upcoming course

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You live here, but do you know as much as you can about Winnipeg and its civic processes?

If not, come on down to Cindy Klassen Recreation Complex at 999 Sargent Ave. for a crash course on Manitoba’s capital city called Winnipeg 101: Intro to City Structure, Consultation, and Development.

"The aim is to educate groups and individuals about some of the ways they can have their ideas and voices heard. The take-away will be a more developed understanding around how change can be affected at the civic level," states a notice posted to the Canadian CED Network’s website (www.ccednet-rcdec.ca).

The workshop will be held on Sept. 14 from 9 a.m. to noon.

Space is limited. To reserve a spot, contact Christina Maes Nino at 204-943-2561 or by email at cmaes@spcw.mb.ca

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