In our Winnipeg, it has always been a central and inclusive meeting place – where people have gathered, raised their voices, been heard and respected and kept safe.
Last month, hundreds of thousands of women and their supporters took to the streets in Washington, D.C. and in cities across the United States and Canada and around the world in anti-Trump marches. These marches – powerful, historic and inclusive – took place in the downtown neighbourhoods of their respective cities. Continue reading Downtown belongs to the people→
Some big surprises and warm memories await Winnipeggers joining a summer tour of our city’s downtown core, with its architectural gems and stirring vistas, historic meeting points and inviting places to dine.
We all have a personal and most favourite moment downtown, whether it’s a night out on a patio during the hot summer, or a visit to one of downtown’s many architectural hidden gems. Our intimate city experiences are often what we share, celebrate, and boast about with our friends, colleagues and family. Continue reading Worth the visit→
Last year 3,400 Winnipeggers turned out to form Canada’s biggest-ever living flag in Memorial Park on Canada Day in response to a Downtown Winnipeg BIZ challenge. This year organizers hoped the number would hit 5,000.