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Parker Storm Retention Basin – saving basements, attracting butterflies

I believe that it’s incredibly important to take any opportunity we can take to incorporate improvements to our active transportation network and our priceless environment through major civic infrastructure projects in our ward. Since 2014, I have been proud to advocate for the Cockburn & Calrossie Sewer Relief Project, which has been a shining example […]

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Fall 2021 ReLeaf Tree Planting Program Doubles; Online Store Launches

Every year, ReLeaf is delivered by Trees Winnipeg in partnership with the City of Winnipeg and volunteer support.  Trees Winnipeg has launched an online portal and nearly doubled the number of trees it is offering in its fall 2021 ReLeaf Tree Planting Program. Packages are available online until supplies last. Trees will be available for pickup Saturday, Oct. 2, […]

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Winnipeg Walking Trails with Anders Swanson

The South Winnipeg Seniors Resource Council (SWSRC) welcomes Anders Swanson in a Zoom session about Winnipeg Walking Trails. Join Anders for a talk about the past, present, and future of sustainable transportation. Find out what Winnipeg Trails is doing to bring the best ideas from around the world to Winnipeg. Let’s discuss the innovative efforts […]

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Winnipeg Walking Trails with Anders Swanson

The South Winnipeg Seniors Resource Council (SWSRC) welcomes Anders Swanson in a Zoom session about Winnipeg Walking Trails. Join Anders for a talk about the past, present, and future of sustainable transportation. Find out what Winnipeg Trails is doing to bring the best ideas from around the world to Winnipeg. Let’s discuss the innovative efforts […]

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Qaumajuq – Inuit Art Centre Virtual Tour

The South Winnipeg Seniors Resource Council (SWSRC) welcomes Stephen Borys, Director and CEO of the Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG), on a Zoom virtual tour of the new Inuit Art Centre. The WAG is one of Canada’s oldest civic art museums and Stephen oversaw the creation of the national Inuit Art Centre, Qaumajuq. Registration is on […]

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Free dog spaying/neutering for Winnipeggers living on low income

The City of Winnipeg has announced the Prevent a Litter program, which provides free spaying/neutering services for licensed dogs to Winnipeg residents living on low income. Spaying/neutering is an important step to creating a safer community and keeping your furry friend healthy and happy. To qualify, you must be a Winnipeg resident with one of […]

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Weigh in: City seeking residents’ feedback on road safety

The City of Winnipeg is seeking the feedback from its residents on a long-term action plan to make local streets safer for all users. The third and final phase of public engagement began this week for the Road Safety Strategic Action Plan. This allows Winnipeggers to hear the City’s road safety vision and goals, while […]

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Corydon Community Centre Online Registration Begins Sept 7

Online registration for Fall 2021 Programming at Corydon Community Centre begins tomorrow, September 7th, at 8:30 am. Visit their website to create an account and sign up: http://ca.apm.activecommunities.com/corydoncc. Please note: any account created in previous seasons is no longer accessible. A new account will need to be created prior to registration. For assistance, call (204) […]

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Fall Giveaway Weekend Sept 11 & 12

Giveaway Weekend returns September 11 and 12 Find a new owner for those reusable, unwanted items in good condition taking up space, or browse the curbs for some great finds. Tips if you are giving away items Place unwanted household items at the curb on your front street Label each item with a FREE sticker […]

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Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre – Gardening Workshop

The Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre (FGWRC) hosts Jeanne Dubois from the Ron Paul Garden Centre in a 1.5 hour virtual workshop covering several key areas of gardening as we prepare for winter. It will highlight key actions, including: – Perennials: to cut back or not to cut back – Trees & shrubs: when to […]

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