News & Updates

Setting priorities for 2021

In a recent article in the Times, I was pleased to share some of my priorities to move our community forward together in the coming year: "Northwest Winnipeg is one of the fastest-growing areas in our city. When planning these new communities my attention has been on...

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Qaumajuq shines brightly

Qaumajuq shines brightly

I’ve often heard former Winnipeg mayor Susan Thompson say that the Winnipeg Art Gallery is our city’s largest community centre. Susan has a long history with WAG and is currently the opening co-ordinator of Qaumajuq, the gallery’s new Inuit art centre. Her statement...

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City launches Winnipeg COVID-19 Economic Support Grant Program

Program offers one-time $1,500 grant to qualified businesses and organizations Released: 10:50 a.m. Winnipeg, MB – The City of Winnipeg has launched the Winnipeg COVID-19 Economic Support Grant Program in order to assist Winnipeg small businesses and not-for-profit...

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The Winnipeg Wellness Fund Now Open for Applications

Released: 10:41 a.m. Winnipeg, MB – Today, the Winnipeg Wellness Fund application process has begun with the launch of an online application on the City’s website. The fund will support community initiatives to help reduce the physical, mental, and emotional distress...

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Support local business this holiday season

Support local business this holiday season

Our area and city are home to so many local businesses. These stores and services support economic growth, provide employment opportunities, and make our experiences more vibrant and unique. This year has been challenging for all of us, amidst health concerns,...

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Traffic signals coming to new neighbourhoods

Traffic signals coming to new neighbourhoods

This year has tested our resilience in so many ways. It has been full of many concerns, ranging from mitigating the spread of COVID-19 to adjusting to new experiences at work and school. Despite the many matters we have on our minds, I want to assure you that I...

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City of Winnipeg’s response to Critical (Red) status

Released: 2:36 p.m. Winnipeg, MB – As part of our commitment to ensuring the health and safety of our residents and employees, and in consideration of Winnipeg being elevated to Critical (Red) in the Province of Manitoba’s Pandemic Response System, the City of...

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Have your say on the draft Winnipeg Transit Master Plan

Have your say on the draft Winnipeg Transit Master Plan

Frequent transit service connects communities across the city in a comprehensive network anchored by three rapid lines; a historic downtown landmark is reborn as a central hub in the public transportation system; and transit is made more accessible for people of all...

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Creating safe and walkable communities

Creating safe and walkable communities

I hope you’re all staying healthy and safe. During this unique summer, many of us have been spending more time outdoors. Our neighbourhoods are full of many walkable spaces, from the new Chief Peguis Greenway to the Seven Oaks Arena indoor walking track. These...

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