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Sherbrook Pool closer to being opened

Katz willing to invest money into repairs

Justin Collicutt (far right, on crate), University of Winnipeg student and rally organizer, voiced his concerns about the closure of Sherbrook Pool during a rally outside City Hall in late November. On Dec. 4, Mayor Sam Katz announced that Sherbrook Pool will open its doors next year. Katz predicted the project will cost $2.8 million.

JORDAN THOMPSON

Justin Collicutt (far right, on crate), University of Winnipeg student and rally organizer, voiced his concerns about the closure of Sherbrook Pool during a rally outside City Hall in late November. On Dec. 4, Mayor Sam Katz announced that Sherbrook Pool will open its doors next year. Katz predicted the project will cost $2.8 million.

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