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Immerse yourself in Canada’s Arctic


playground. 164 Marion Street


Specialists in individual and group travel to Canada’s Arctic regions for over thirty years.


Winnipeg, MB R2H 0T4 sales@gctravel.ca


1.800.661.3830 www.greatcanadiantravel.com


Manitoba Electrical Museum & Education Centre


Open Heart, Open Mind By Clara Hughes 240 pages Touchstone


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lara Hughes is a Winnipegger many people revere, not only for her superhuman abilities as an athlete and dogged determination to push herself beyond normal limits in her Olympic endeavours, but for her down-to-earth, approachable personality. Tis medalled Olympian


has been able to connect on an emotional level with people worldwide. Her philanthropy and her honest, tell-it-like-it-is manner are among the traits that have made her Canada’s darling. Her willingness to share her innermost demons – her battles with drugs as a teenager and her lifelong battle with depression – has made her relatable and inspirational to millions. She has put her struggles with depression front and centre, proving that even the brightest smile can hide the battles one faces in- side.


Tis book is it: your chance to meet a great athlete, a great Manitoban and a


great person – in her own words. You’ve seen her on TV, heard about her work on Bell’s “Let’s Talk” campaign and witnessed her caring spirit as she shares her time with programs like Right to Play. Now you can meet the Clara behind the camera and fall in love with her all over again.


thehubwinnipeg.com


Electrifying family fun!


680 Harrow Street Winnipeg, MB


For more information: 204.360.7905 hydro.mb.ca/museum


Free admission & parking


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