Road Renewal on Leila Ave

Road Renewal on Leila Ave

Last year in March, I updated you through this column about the 2024 rehabilitation plans for Leila Avenue. These plans were initiated by a motion I tabled at City Council. I am pleased to share that in the coming weeks, Public Works will be using hot asphalt to make...
311 is essential to resolving your concerns

311 is essential to resolving your concerns

I’d like to take this opportunity to remind you that if you have questions or concerns about your streets, sidewalks, local parks, or other City of Winnipeg services, please contact our 311 service. Winnipeg’s 311 system is set up so residents can report their...
Free lifeguard training offered this summer

Free lifeguard training offered this summer

Are you interested in becoming a lifeguard? I’m pleased to say that this summer, the City of Winnipeg is once again offering valuable training to become an Instructor Guard. This certification program will provide the opportunity for 40 applicants to become an...
Onward and upward for the Class of 2023

Onward and upward for the Class of 2023

The end of June is a very exciting and memorable time of the year for us all, as students begin to wrap up their learning. For those in their last year of high school, it is especially exciting as graduation nears. Graduation is when art, athletics, academics,...
Reinvigorating Neighbourhood Watch

Reinvigorating Neighbourhood Watch

Community safety remains a top priority in Old Kildonan. On April 19, I hosted a Neighbourhood Watch program presentation at Maples Collegiate in collaboration with the Winnipeg Police Service community relations division. Const. Garnie McIntyre’s presentation focused...