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Laureen Harper opens new section of Trans Canada Trail

(L-R) President and CEO of the Trans Canada Trail, Deborah Apps, VP Corporate Relations for Manitoba Hydro, Ruth Kristjanson, Honourary Campaign Chair of the Trans Canada Trail, Laureen Harper, President of Trails Manitoba, Ian Hughes, and Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, Shelly Glover hike the new section of Border to Beaches trail in the Whiteshell Provincial Park Friday afternoon.

DAVID LIPNOWSKI / TRAILS MANITOBA

(L-R) President and CEO of the Trans Canada Trail, Deborah Apps, VP Corporate Relations for Manitoba Hydro, Ruth Kristjanson, Honourary Campaign Chair of the Trans Canada Trail, Laureen Harper, President of Trails Manitoba, Ian Hughes, and Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, Shelly Glover hike the new section of Border to Beaches trail in the Whiteshell Provincial Park Friday afternoon.

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Updated on Friday, September 27, 2013 at 8:43 PM CDT: corrected photo credit

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