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Celebrating asian hertiage month

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(From Left) Rod Cantiveros; St. Norbert MLA Dave Gaudreau; Julie Javier; The Maples MLA Mohinder Saran; Culture, Heritage & Tourism Minister Flor Marcelino; Premier Greg Selinger; Anthony Puvirajah; Pamela Rebello; Dennis Rebello; Lydia Puvirajah; Tyndall Park MLA Ted Marcelinother after Gaudreau gave a member’s statement to the Legislature.

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(From Left) Rod Cantiveros; St. Norbert MLA Dave Gaudreau; Julie Javier; The Maples MLA Mohinder Saran; Culture, Heritage & Tourism Minister Flor Marcelino; Premier Greg Selinger; Anthony Puvirajah; Pamela Rebello; Dennis Rebello; Lydia Puvirajah; Tyndall Park MLA Ted Marcelinother after Gaudreau gave a member’s statement to the Legislature. Photo Store

(From Left) Rod Cantiveros; St. Norbert MLA Dave Gaudreau; Julie Javier; The Maples MLA Mohinder Saran; Culture, Heritage & Tourism Minister Flor Marcelino; Premier Greg Selinger; Anthony Puvirajah; Pamela Rebello; Dennis Rebello; Lydia Puvirajah; Tyndall Park MLA Ted Marcelino, came together May 2 to celebrate May as Asian Heritage Month. Together in the Legislature’s rotunda the group representing Asian Heritage Society, Filipino Journal, and the India School of Dance gathered together after Gaudreau gave a member’s statement to the Legislature.

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