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This article was published 07/05/2020 (1122 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
A 24-hour project is a huge undertaking. Before the clock struck midnight on May 6, our staff spent many hours arranging and organizing who was going where at what time.
Between midnight on May 6 and midnight on May 7, 25 reporters and five photographers hit the streets to capture Winnipeggers’ lives during the pandemic.
Once the calendar flipped over to Thursday, even more hours of editing, design and layout were required — at a breakneck pace — to bring the project to fruition by Friday evening’s deadline.
Danielle Da Silva
We also recognize the staff not directly involved in this project who took on extra work to make time for those who were.