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Marion Street widening likely scrapped, but councillors wait to make it official

MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Winnipeg residents speak at the city hall public works committee meeting regarding the widening of Marion Blvd. Top left: Sandra Dupu; Top right: Michelle Berger; Bottom left: Christine Trickey ; Bottom right: Sherrill Martens.</p>

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Winnipeg residents speak at the city hall public works committee meeting regarding the widening of Marion Blvd. Top left: Sandra Dupu; Top right: Michelle Berger; Bottom left: Christine Trickey ; Bottom right: Sherrill Martens.

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Updated on Monday, September 19, 2016 at 6:42 PM CDT: fixed cutline

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