writetomove

The Write to Move Anthology Currently accepting submissions. Article 13 Universal Declaration of Human Rights Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each State. Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country. Winnipeg Trails

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International Trails Day Plog-a-thon

A celebration of the Trans Canada Trail in Winnipeg IMPORTANT UPDATEDue to a severe thunderstorm warning, the event is postponed until Sunday Celebrate International Trails Day by enjoying trails in your own backyard. Join us for a day of plogging, giving our Trans Canada Trail some much needed TLC. Plogging

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Our position on Portage and Main

The board of directors of Winnipeg Trails Association have written an open letter why our organization wholeheartedly supports the opening of Portage and Main to pedestrians. Read our Open Letter on Opening Portage And Main

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Share The Chair: Try a Wheelchair at Portage and Main

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oct 9 2018 Contact:  Anders Swanson or Allen Mankewich Telephone: 204-797-1962 or 204-792-7510 E-mail: [email protected] Website: WinnipegTrails.ca Who: Winnipeg Trails Association, with Anders Swanson and Allen Mankewich What: A public shared wheelchair will be launched. The public is invited to see how long it takes, see how it feels to

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AGM 2018

The Winnipeg Trails Association is pleased to announce our first ever 2018 Annual General Meeting (although we were founded in 2003, we existed as a program of Rivers West for many years before branching out and becoming an incorporated non-profit of our own!) Our AGM will be held where we

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Annual General Meeting, 2018

The Winnipeg Trails Association is pleased to announce the 2018 Annual General Meeting will be held on September 27th at The Forks Market starting at 6:30 pm. Look for the “private” function in the south aisle of the main market building. Before the AGM (optional): We will meet at the

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