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Portage and Main to remain closed after plebiscite

Winnipeggers have had their say on whether they think the barricades should come down at Portage and Main in a plebiscite that quickly became one of the main, if not the main, issues of the general election.

While a plebiscite is different than a referendum in that the results are non-binding, re-elected mayor Brian Bowman has said he will honour the results of the plebiscite.

WATCH: Bowman says he’s disappointed by plebiscite, will respect it

Bowman says he’s disappointed by plebiscite, will respect it
Bowman says he’s disappointed by plebiscite, will respect it

Find the results of the Winnipeg general election here.

As results started to come in, it became clear the ‘no’ side had a decisive victory.

LISTEN:  Election results live on 680 CJOB from 8 p.m. – 10 p.m.

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Plebiscite question

  • Do you support the opening of Portage and Main to pedestrian crossings? YES/NO

WATCH: Global’s Joe Scarpelli caught up with Jeff Browaty at Portage and Main following the election result

Don’t mess with traffic at Portage and Main: Jeff Browaty
Don’t mess with traffic at Portage and Main: Jeff Browaty
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