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A homemade sign along the Pride Parade route in Winnipeg on June 2, 2024. (CTV News Winnipeg)
The French Normandy coast is seen here, July 11, 1944, when reinforcements and supplies arrivied for Allied troops to push back German defenders (D-Day). Barrage ballons are seen flying overhead as protection against possible enemy air attack which did not materialize. (CP PHOTO/AP)
Carpenters participate in the National Apprenticeship Competition in Winnipeg on May 31, 2024. (Glenn Pismenny/CTV News Winnipeg)

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