polling station: Thirteen hours it was a long day, this time I was more tired than I ever have been, but of course I'm that much older, said Yanke, according to CTV. It has to be close to 50 that I've done now, the first one I helped my dad out in Beausejour. Mary Yanke spent 13 hours at her polling station last Monday, adding yet another election to her growing list. Throughout the years Yanke has worked at several different polling stations in Beausejour, Man., and in Winnipeg for federal, provincial, and civic elections. I do it to work with people, because I like the people. I've enjoyed it all, she said. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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