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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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Working for More Funding to Support Revitalized Tree Canopy

Today, I was proud to successfully advocate for up to $3 million of Disaster Financial Assistance Program funds be dedicated to help replant and revitalize Winnipeg’s severely damaged tree canopy after the unprecedented October 2019 ice and snowstorm. With a motion passed by the Standing Policy Committee Protection Community Services and Parks, the funding request to […]

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New Photo Evidence Tool for Parking Tickets

June 9th the City of Winnipeg launched a new online tool that allows vehicle owners to view the photo evidence associated with parking tickets from their computer or mobile device. Previously, photo evidence related to a ticket could only be viewed by corresponding with a screening officer, which often led to delays in resolving appeals. […]

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Proper Disposal and Storage Methods for Elm Wood

The effects of the ice storm last October are still being felt as we start spring cleanup and summer yard work. Elm tree debris should be cleaned up and disposed of in a timely manner to help prevent the spread of Dutch Elm Disease (DED). The Urban Forestry Branch recommends to safely dispose of elm […]

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Explore the Canadian Museum for Human Rights!

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has launched a variety of new online experiences. You can now take virtual guided tours of the museum to explore exhibits and galleries. The permanent collection, and the Indigenous Perspectives gallery are now available for free online interaction! See all that the Museum has to offer at their “Explore […]

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Virtual Library Resources

Access ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, newspapers, music and more with the Winnipeg Public Library’s collection of virtual resources! Winnipeg residents can use their library cards to access digital resources while physical branch locations are closed. Virtual resources go beyond books and music, you can access movies, Ancestry.com, special children’s resources, how-to guides, academic databases, and consumer […]

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COVID-19 Resources

In this unprecedented time, this dedicated section will feature important information, including links to the latest updates from the City of Winnipeg, advice from public health authorities, ways you can help your neighbours who may need additional support, as well as ideas for how we can all stay safe and healthy during this stressful time. […]

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Lend a hand with Help Next Door MB

Help Next Door MB is a network of helpers coming together as a community. If you are a volunteer ready to provide your support or someone who needs a helping hand through these difficult times, this platform can connect you. You can find more information on how to get involved here. […]

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Moving Winnipeg Forward

The 2020-2023 four-year City of Winnipeg balanced and sustainable budget provides the foundation to move Winnipeg forward. Highlights include: Over $700 million structural deficit is eliminated Key investments in protecting our tree canopy, public safety and roads Limits property taxes to 2.33 per cent and fee increases at inflation Lays the foundation to move Winnipeg […]

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