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Pina Pelperio, centre, and Karin Johnson, right, make their way across Front Street with hundreds of other Making Waves rally participants Saturday. The rally was part of the Council of Canadians’ annual conference and saw hundreds of participants turn out for the march down Commercial Street.  - NIOMI PEARSON photo
Pina Pelperio, centre, and Karin Johnson, right, make their way across Front Street with hundreds of other Making Waves rally participants Saturday. The rally was part of the Council of Canadians’ annual conference and saw hundreds of participants turn out for the march down Commercial Street.
— image credit: NIOMI PEARSON photo
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