Source: Kayla Rosen, winnipeg.ctvnews.ca, November 15, 2020
MacEwan walked 109 kilometres, and with donations from the community, raised the funds.
WINNIPEG — A 96-year-old Winnipeg man has completed his goal of walking one kilometre a day to raise over $100,000 for the arts organizations in Manitoba.
Back in July, Dr. Douglas MacEwan received a letter from a benefactor that said that if he walked a kilometre a day until his birthday on Nov.11, the benefactor would give him $50,000 to give to charity. If MacEwan could get someone to walk with him every day, the benefactor would then give him another $50,000,
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