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City opens second intake of COVID-10 Economic Support Grant Program

Council approves addition of $3 Million to grant program supporting businesses and organizations forced to restrict public access due to recent public health restrictions The City of Winnipeg has opened a second intake of the COVID-19 Economic Support Grant Program in order to assist Winnipeg small businesses and not-for-profit organizations that have been forced to […]

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Winnipeg Public Library open to Writer-in-Residence

Winnipeg Public Library is seeking applications for the 2021-2022 edition of its Writer-in-Residence program. This position offers mentorship and public workshops to emerging Manitoba writers and the successful candidate will work with writers by phone, email, online conferencing, or in-person (when possible). They will host workshops and online programming to share their expertise on topics […]

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Share your thoughts on the future of City Archives

The City of Winnipeg is looking to hear from its residents regarding the future of the City archives. Our City of Winnipeg archival collection is one of the most complete in Canada and continues to grow. The next phase of public engagement on the Archives Strategy welcomes our residents to share their opinions on service […]

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Renaming of Pan Am Pool Park – Have Your Say

Following a renaming request submitted through the Welcoming Winnipeg process, residents are invited to share their thoughts on the renaming of Pan Am Pool Park to Rooster Town Park. Feedback on the requested change can be submitted multiple ways:– Completing a short online survey (link below)– Appearing as a delegate before the reviewing body– By […]

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Brighten Up 2.0

We loved the Brighten up program so much that we want to keep it going with Brighten Up 2.0, bringing light into back lanes making our community safer. Protecting our families and our properties has always been of the utmost importance in River Heights-Fort Garry. Brighten Up 2.0 provides 50 River Heights – Fort Garry […]

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Neighbourhood greenways pilot program: Warsaw Avenue from Thurso Street to Pembina Highway

The Reduced Speed Neighbourhood Greenway Pilot project is coming soon to Warsaw Street. This pilot program intends to evaluate the impact reduced speeds and additional traffic calming treatments have on improving conditions for cyclists and pedestrians along five existing neighbourhood greenways, including Warsaw Avenue from Thurso Street to Pembina Highway The City plans to implement […]

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Insect control to start Monday

Starting April 26, the City will begin this season’s insect control program. Environmentally friendly larviciding will take place with helicopters and ground equipment to target mosquito larvae before they emerge as adults. Eliminate standing water: Do your part to keep your property mosquito free! Remove any source of standing water to prevent mosquito larvae from […]

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City spring cleanup starts – Sunday, April 25

Over the next five to six weeks, Winnipeg’s entire street network, including bridges and sidewalks will be cleaned, as well as designated active transportation pathways, boulevards, and medians.  A website at: winnipeg.ca/springcleanup features everything residents need to know about the City’s spring cleanup activities.  The “Know Your Zone” app can tell you when street cleaning happens on your […]

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