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Winnipeg Transit returning to regular summer schedule

The City is welcoming all passengers to once again use Winnipeg Transit as of Sunday, Aug. 2, 2020. Winnipeg Transit will be returning to a regular summer schedule, with full weekday service set to resume on Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2020 following Terry Fox Day on Monday, Aug. 3. Due to a steady increase in Transit […]

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New sidewalk at Wellington Crescent from Renfrew to Lindsay streets

A project to install sidewalks on both sides of Wellington Cres between Renfrew St and Lindsay St will begin this summer.  The new sidewalks will forge connections between existing sidewalks on Wellington Cres, Renfrew St, Lindsay St. and the existing pathways to the bridge to Omand’s Park. Construction is scheduled to start at the end […]

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Living Prairie Museum Programs

The Living Prairie Museum Interpretive Centre is now open to the public both Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with public guided hikes at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Guests must register in advance for the hikes by contacting the Living Prairie Museum at 204-832-0167. To ensure physical distancing, groups are […]

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City outdoor pools and wading pools reopen

Select outdoor pools and wading pools are scheduled to open to the public as early as July 3, with staggered openings across city. Registration for two-hour swim blocks will begin on July 1. Facilities set to open on July 3 include: Kildonan Park Outdoor Pool, 2015 Main St. Broadway Wading Pool, 185 Young St. Dakota […]

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Audible tones making intersections safer in Winnipeg

Four distinct sounds are helping make signalized intersections safer for all pedestrians. Accessible Pedestrian Signals communicate pedestrian timing information using non-visual, audible tones. When pedestrians approach a signalized intersection, they will hear one of four typical audible tones, depending on the signalized intersection: “Coo – Coo”: heard when the “WALK” light is on, typically for […]

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Film Crews Resume Productions

Under the Provinces’ Phase 3 of opening up the production of commercials, TV shows and movies are permitted to resume. As a result we may soon see film crews in the ward, doing productions on location. The provincial government and On Screen MB have new guidelines in place, discussed in a recent CBC article and […]

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Public Engagement on Crescentwood Heritage Conservation District

The Crescentwood neighbourhood was nominated for Heritage Conservation District (HCD) designation. Once an area is nominated, an HCD study must be prepared and submitted to demonstrate how the proposed district is architecturally and historically significant and warrants designation. Property owners attended a community meeting on February 26, 2020, and we are building on this meeting […]

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Welcoming Winnipeg Committee of Community Members Accepting Applications

The City of Winnipeg is seeking applicants to be part of the Welcoming Winnipeg Committee of Community Members. The Committee’s primary mandate is to review and assess historical markers and place names according to the Welcoming Winnipeg: Reconciling our History Policy. This policy governs the request process for creating, renaming or removing historical markers and […]

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