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Keystone Centre Installs Accessible Features in Three Arenas

Keystone Centre Installs Accessible Features in Three Arenas

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David Kron, executive director, Cerebral Palsy Association of Manitoba, Jeff Schumacher, general manager, Keystone Centre, Lonnie Patterson, city councillor, Ward 6, Tom Czerkawski, chairman, Westman Cerebral Palsy Association. (HANDOUT)

Brandon’s Keystone Centre has made three of its arenas more accessible for people with a mobility impairment.

New ramps and risers have been installed in the Kinsmen and Enns Brothers Arenas as well as the Westoba Ag Centre Show Ring.

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Research Amplifies a City Planner’s Role in Civic Protest

Research Amplifies a City Planner’s Role in Civic Protest

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Michael Champagne (left), one of the co-founders of Meet Me at The Bell Tower. (HANDOUT)

WINNIPEG — New research backs the positivity of some civic protests when it comes to city planning.

Meet Me at The Bell Tower is a prime example of such a movement that has livened up an area of Winnipeg’s North End at the corner of Selkirk Avenue and Powers Street.

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