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Saying goodbye

From left: Winnipeg Police Service Inspector Cam Baldwin, Minister of Children and Youth Opportunities Kevin Chief, Mynarski councillor Ross Eadie and North Point Douglas Seniors Association president Sel Burrows. A thank-you gathering was held for Baldwin — who is being transferred out of District 3 in the North End — at Neechi Commons on Wed., May 14. Over 30 people attended.

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From left: Winnipeg Police Service Inspector Cam Baldwin, Minister of Children and Youth Opportunities Kevin Chief, Mynarski councillor Ross Eadie and North Point Douglas Seniors Association president Sel Burrows. A thank-you gathering was held for Baldwin — who is being transferred out of District 3 in the North End — at Neechi Commons on Wed., May 14. Over 30 people attended.

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