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The northwest area of Winnipeg is growing rapidly, creating a demand for new facilities to address the needs of the new residents.
"Our community is a growing community. Over the past decade, Seven Oaks (School Division) has been the fastest growing and most crowded school division in Manitoba," Derek Dabee, SOSD board chair, said. "This new school will ease the overcrowding of seven of our schools, and this means few students will be bussed out of the area into other schools where there is some room for them."
Community journalist — The Times
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