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Eagle Wing Early Education Centre
The centre is connected to the historic Barber House
Leatherdale Hall (University of Winnipeg)
Addition to Wesley Hall and the UW Collegiate high school on campus
Manito Ikwe Kagiikwe Mothering Project
Renovation and new addition, Provides an integrated connection to the Anne Ross Day Nursery and Mount Carmel Clinic
North Centennial Recreation Centre
Now known as Sergeant Tommy Prince Place