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Marking a major moment for Manitoba

Pictured with the recently erected symbolic cross, from left to right: Andrina Turenne, vice-president of L’Union Nationale métisse Saint-Joseph du Manitoba; Philippe Mailhot, historian; Paulette Duguay, president of L’Union nationale métisse Saint-Joseph du Manitoba; and Michelle Gervais, Tourisme Riel’s director.

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Pictured with the recently erected symbolic cross, from left to right: Andrina Turenne, vice-president of L’Union Nationale métisse Saint-Joseph du Manitoba; Philippe Mailhot, historian; Paulette Duguay, president of L’Union nationale métisse Saint-Joseph du Manitoba; and Michelle Gervais, Tourisme Riel’s director.

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