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WINNIPEG — Scientists from all over the world are in Winnipeg to release the preliminary findings from the largest Arctic climate change study ever conducted in Canada.
University of Manitoba professor David Barber, the lead investigator in the three-year-old Circumpolar Flaw Lead System study will join 300 scientists at the FortWhyte Alive, 1961 McCreary Road, for the news conference, which begins at 12:20 p.m.
High school students from across the province have also been invited to attend the news conference.