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Proclamation - Canada's Sport Centre

A proclamation from the office of Winnipeg Mayor Stephen Juba, declaring that from the date of January 1, 1967 to August 7, 1967, Winnipeg shall adopt a ceremonial designation and be known as "Canada's Sport Centre" in recognition of the Fifth Pan American Games being held in Winnipeg. Duplicate copy on file.

Winnipeg (Man.). Mayor's Office

Proclamation - Kathy Day

A proclamation from the office of Winnipeg Mayor Stephen Juba, dated March 16, 1967, declaring March 25, 1967 "Kathy Day" in honour of a local student, Kathy Ewachewski, who required a kidney transplant and for whom funds were raised through the Lions Club and Lord Selkirk School.

Winnipeg (Man.). Mayor's Office

Proclamation - Thief River Falls Day

A proclamation from the office of Winnipeg Mayor Stephen Juba, dated June 17, 1967, declaring that day "Thief River Falls Day" in honour of a visit from Orrin Green, Mayor of Thief River Falls, Minnesota.

Winnipeg (Man.). Mayor's Office

Proclamation - Canada's Drag Racing Centre

A proclamation from the office of Winnipeg Mayor Stephen Juba, dated June 27, 1967, declaring that the city will be known as "Canada's Drag Racing Centre" during the week of July 3-9, 1967, in honour of the Canadian Centennial Nationals (a drag racing meet). Related correspondence on file.

Winnipeg (Man.). Mayor's Office

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