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Winnipeg Food Council and Food Matters Manitoba announce Winnipeg Food Strategy

The City of Winnipeg has contracted Food Matters Manitoba to coordinate the Winnipeg Food Council and deliver on initial outcomes of the city’s very first food strategy.


Grand Opening of a new bike cage for Stanley Knowles

TODAY, at 11:30 a.m., representatives from Ecole Stanley Knowles School, and Point Douglas City Councillor Vivian Santos, together with local area community members are celebrating the newly built enclosed Bike Cage in Stanley Knowles Park.



Gardewine Among Newest Recipients Of Employment Equity Achievement Award

Gardewine Group Limited Partnership (Gardewine), a leading service provider in the transportation, warehousing, and freight handling industry was recently awarded the Employment Equity Achievement Award (EEAA) by the Government of Canada. The EEAA publicly recognizes employers for outstanding achievement in employment equity.


2019 Polar Bear Classic – in Honour of Vaughan Baird

Manitoba Diving Association in partnership with Revolution Diving is proud to host the 2019 Polar Bear Classic.


Gardewine Back On The Rails As Hudson Bay Railway Reopens

First regular shipments expected between Thompson and Churchill, Manitoba the week of December 10th.


Manitoba community foundations raise more than $1 million during this year’s 24-Hour Giving Challenge

Each qualifying $5 gift was worth $7 thanks to stretch funding from The Winnipeg Foundation and the Manitoba government.


Community-Wide Vigil Tuesday, October 30 in Response to Tragedy in Pittsburgh

Yesterday, the Jewish community suffered an unimaginable tragedy in Pittsburgh. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims, their families, the Tree of Life Congregation, as well as the law enforcement and community of Pittsburgh.


Groups Call on Government to Implement Sustainable Fishery Policies

The Manitoba Wildlife Federation (MWF), along with several other angling and fishery advocacy groups and concerned citizens, are sounding the alarm over decades of mismanagement of the Lake Winnipeg fishery and the resultant collapse and near extirpation of species from this great lake.


CentreVenture issues EOI for Affordable Housing Project at Market Lands

CentreVenture Development Corporation is accepting expressions of interest (EOI) from non-profit housing developers interested in entering into a joint venture for the development, construction, and management of a new affordable housing project to be built on the southern parcel of the Market Lands.


Manitoba Submits Carbon Pricing Plan to Ottawa

The province has submitted its carbon pricing plan to the federal government as part of the terms of the Pan-Canadian Framework, Sustainable Development Minister Rochelle Squires announced today.


NWAC Calls On Manitoba Hydro And RCMP To Take Accountability For Alleged Abuse Against Indigenous Women

The Native Women's Association of Canada (NWAC) is saddened, but not surprised, by the sexual abuse allegations of Manitoba Hydro employees against Indigenous women from the 1950s - 1980s.


Exchange District BIZ new maintenance equipment for better winter walkability

Councillor Mike Pagtakhan donates tractor to the Exchange District BIZ for winter maintenance.


Mark Scheifele Helps Raise $210,000 for KidSport Winnipeg

4th Annual Mark Scheifele Golf Classic and Hockey Camp Raises $210,000 for KidSport Winnipeg.


CentreVenture Launches Design Competition for Southern Parcel of the Market Lands Site

CentreVenture Development Corporation, today announced a international call to design professionals to help create an innovative design concept for the southern parcel of the Market Lands site. The first stage in the process is a request for qualifications (RFQ), inviting talented and experienced design teams to pre-qualify.

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