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Journey of Nishiyuu near destination

The Nishiyuu walkers are almost at their final destination of Ottawa. After more than 2 months of walking they will arrive in Ottawa on March 25th. Stanley George is the Chief of Whapmagoostui, where the Journey started from back in January. Joshua Loon s

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