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MIKE SUDOMA / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Ruth and Lester Deane's Teslas.
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This article was originally published 4 MAy 2018
First Nation's sun-powered project to generate electricity, revenue, expertise for the community
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Keeyask construction by Manitoba Hydro
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