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Pop-up pipe ceremony on Main a spontaneous sharing of indigenous culture

Bringing tradition to the streets

ZACHARY PRONG / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Michael Champagne, a community leader from Winnipeg’s North End, hugs Madeline Hatch, a.k.a. Thunderbird Woman, an elder who has lived in the North End for 27 years.</p></p>

ZACHARY PRONG / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Michael Champagne, a community leader from Winnipeg’s North End, hugs Madeline Hatch, a.k.a. Thunderbird Woman, an elder who has lived in the North End for 27 years.

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Updated on Monday, August 15, 2016 at 6:45 PM CDT: Changed number to four from three

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