Nestaweya River Trail declared officially open

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The Nestaweya River Trail presented by The Winnipeg Foundation was officially declared open at a ‘ribbon-cutting’ ceremony on Jan. 18.

Following opening remarks by Clare MacKay, chief communications officer of The Forks North Portage and a blessing by Niigaan Sinclair, curator of Indigenous history for The Forks, Winnipeg Foundation CEO Sky Bridges (centre, on ice bike) and a group of Winnipeg Foundation and Forks staff propelled themselves ‘through’ a ceremonial ribbon, using the many means of transportation available to users of the River Trail.

The River Trail is now stretches six kilometres, from Hugo Docks on the Assiniboine River to Churchill Drive on the Red River.

Winnipeg Foundation CEO Sky Bridges (centre, on ice bike) and a group of Winnipeg Foundation and Forks staff propel themselves ‘through’ a ceremonial ribbon, using the many means of transportation available to users of the River Trail, on Jan. 18.

— Staff

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