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Chris K.

Location:

Winnipeg, MB

Member since:

June 14, 2012

In your opinion, what makes a neighbourood walk interesting?

HIstory, who lived at certain houses and why neighbourhoods were created. Every neighbourhood has different issues and I like to learn about neighbourhood issues as I live in an older urban neighbourhood and many of the problems that we have and good things that we have are very different from other neighbourhoods.

Introduction

Fresh air, a bit of a walk and some good historical information, always a good combo.


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