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Manitoba Greens hope Elizabeth May will give them a boost

Focused on Wolseley candidate David Nickarz

PHIL HOSSACK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Manitoba Green Party leader James Beddome and National Green Party leader Elizabeth May share a laugh despite the rain at a rally for a $15 minimum wage that gathered at the Univercity of Winnipeg Friday at noon before marching down Portage Avenue.</p>

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Manitoba Green Party leader James Beddome and National Green Party leader Elizabeth May share a laugh despite the rain at a rally for a $15 minimum wage that gathered at the Univercity of Winnipeg Friday at noon before marching down Portage Avenue.

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