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Oh Canada, oh poutine

BACK: Kevin Henry, Matt Lever, Colyn Henry Shaylene Mobley and Jadene Henry.  FRONT: Blake, Natasha and Karissa Henry.

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BACK: Kevin Henry, Matt Lever, Colyn Henry Shaylene Mobley and Jadene Henry. FRONT: Blake, Natasha and Karissa Henry.

It was a sea of red with a side of poutine at the Riverbank Discovery Centre on July 1. People from Brandon and surrounding areas all gathered to celebrate Canada Day Brandon-style.

Cst. Dave Scott.

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Cst. Dave Scott. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Venus Wierenga and Brooke Olsen.

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Venus Wierenga and Brooke Olsen. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Kristin, Adam, Lucas and Sydney Wierenga.

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Kristin, Adam, Lucas and Sydney Wierenga. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Terry Roberts, Aram Martin, Gol Roberts, Anisa and Ariya Martin.

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Terry Roberts, Aram Martin, Gol Roberts, Anisa and Ariya Martin. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Sarah Messick and Andrew Blair.

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Sarah Messick and Andrew Blair. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

 Karissa and Natasha Henry.

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Karissa and Natasha Henry. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Joel and Chantale Weber.

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Joel and Chantale Weber. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

There were so many incredible performers this year, including Christina the Crazy Hooper and Son Latino Band.

Joe Beeverz Bar & Grill, with host Tyler Glen from 94.7 Star FM, are now the record holders for the World’s Largest Poutine — 1,949 pounds of gravy, cheesy and greasy goodness. This very large poutine, created on the flat bed of a semi-truck, beat the previous record by 847 lbs. No one went home hungry at Canada Day this year.

To check out the video, pictures or find out more information on this amazing accomplishment, check out Joe Beeverz on Facebook. Or check out: riverbank.mb.ca

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition July 26, 2014

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It was a sea of red with a side of poutine at the Riverbank Discovery Centre on July 1. People from Brandon and surrounding areas all gathered to celebrate Canada Day Brandon-style.

There were so many incredible performers this year, including Christina the Crazy Hooper and Son Latino Band.

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