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Art gallery-area housing to get $26-M boost

Jean-Yves Duclos (right), minister responsible for the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp., and Annette Trimbee, vice-chancellor of the University of Winnipeg, Sherman Kreiner, head of the U of W Community Renewal Corp. and Robert-Falcon Oullette, MP for Winnipeg Centre, at the site of the $26-million housing project west of the Winnipeg Art Gallery Wednesday.

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Jean-Yves Duclos (right), minister responsible for the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp., and Annette Trimbee, vice-chancellor of the University of Winnipeg, Sherman Kreiner, head of the U of W Community Renewal Corp. and Robert-Falcon Oullette, MP for Winnipeg Centre, at the site of the $26-million housing project west of the Winnipeg Art Gallery Wednesday.

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Updated on Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 10:32 AM CST: adds renderings credit

11:27 AM: Fixes location of project.

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