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Hundreds sing, dance at UWinnipeg spring powwow

Hundreds gathered at centre court and in the stands at Duckworth Centre Saturday afternoon for the University of Winnipeg's 13th annual spring powwow.

Hundreds gathered at centre court and in the stands at Duckworth Centre Saturday afternoon for the University of Winnipeg's 13th annual spring powwow.

Run by the Aboriginal Student Council and the Aboriginal Student Services Centre, the event was meant to honour the university's aboriginal graduates.

The powwow started Saturday morning with a pipe ceremony and a grand entrance.

If you missed the big opening, don't fret: there is a second grand entry taking place at 7 p.m..

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