The Forks plans Indigenous makeover at South Point
Air Date: Jul 14, 2017 3:05 PM CT
Nearly three decades after The Forks in Winnipeg set aside South Point Park for some form of Indigenous development, plans are underway for $1.2 million worth of new cultural and recreation amenities on the forested peninsula bounded by both the Red and Assiniboine rivers.
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