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Bringing Indigenous languages to trails

Healing Trails project mixes traditional knowledge, active transportation

Janell Henry (left) and Brennan McKay are members of the Winnipeg Trails Association’s Healing Trails team. The Healing Trails project was launched by Winnipeg Trails as part of the organization’s commitment to the City of Winnipeg’s Indigenous Accord. An Indigenous trails crew is being assembled, who will work to bring Indigenous languages and teachings to Winnipeg’s trail system. (SHELDON BIRNIE/CANSTAR/THE HERALD)

SHELDON BIRNIE

Janell Henry (left) and Brennan McKay are members of the Winnipeg Trails Association’s Healing Trails team. The Healing Trails project was launched by Winnipeg Trails as part of the organization’s commitment to the City of Winnipeg’s Indigenous Accord. An Indigenous trails crew is being assembled, who will work to bring Indigenous languages and teachings to Winnipeg’s trail system. (SHELDON BIRNIE/CANSTAR/THE HERALD)

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