Note only is it Winter Bike to Work Day – a friendly international competition that began in Winnipeg in 2013 that spread around the world and now features +10000 participants, but there are some local projects that want your input. Pop-up Engagement Events February 10, 2017 Visit us at the pop-up locations to have opportunities to discuss your perspectives on the project. Drop-by format (come and go) Bronuts, C-100 King
This one is important. Be there. DATE: Monday, January 30, 2017 TIME: 6:30 pm Registration; 7:00 pm Road Safety/Vision Zero Presentation & Panel Discussion PLACE: Millennium Library, 215 Donald Street – Carol Shields Auditorium on 2nd Floor Vision Zero is so simple that you have to wonder why it has taken so long to get here. But it is happening now and it has a big effect on every person
Hello! Hope everyone is staying warm this winter. This new year we have many exciting things planned. One is our first Winter Gem Blast! This event is in partnership with Snow Trek, an event that allows families of all incomes to participate in free winter activities. There will be snowshoeing, skiing, sledding, skating, snowman building, crafts, face painting, and of course, new gems to be launched on the event day.
This is a crowdsourced map of some of the “no brainer” things that cause problems or act as missed opportunities for people who want to commute in or explore Winnipeg by foot, bike, skateboard or wheelchair. INSTRUCTIONS 1. Add a line, point or polygon to the map. Whatever best describes your idea/simple fix. 2. Give your idea a title. 3. Add details to the description. 4. Add your name. 5.
The Winnipeg Zoning By-law Review Thursday, October 20, 2016 3:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. (drop in anytime) The Forks South Atrium, 1 Forks Market Road Zoning bylaws are the kind of thing Winnipeg Trails keeps tabs on and, if you have the knowledge and expertise, we’d like to encourage you to help. Let’s ensure that Winnipeg’s zoning bylaws reflect who want to be as a city. Things like parking minimums
Yesterday, Sunday September 11, 2016, the Winnipeg Trails staff tabled at Manyfest on broadway and we had our last big giveaway of the summer. Thank you to all who have downloaded the app and have given it a try! We want to shout out fenyx13 for her continued support for our app, she has dominated first place on our leaderboard for quite some time and was one of the grand prize
If you see this poster around town it’s because we are having our final giveaway this summer. You will be able to run around Winnipeg and collect gems all day before meeting on Broadway at 3pm to try and win prizes based on your leader board score. Just joined our app family? Don’t worry, we will have 2 random draws for anyone registered on the leader board. So if you
This past week me and my boyfriend (now fiancé) took a trip to New York City. I thought this was a great opportunity to compare one cycling transit system to another. Because cabbing everywhere would be insanely expensive and less efficient, we decided to bike and subway instead. Subway trips were for longer distances and we used the bikes to get around in the neighbourhood we were staying in (The
We are having our second Gem Blast event of the season! This time we are collaborating with the River East Neighbourhood Network trails committee. This event is a great way to collect new gems that have not been placed until the start of the event. Want to climb the app leader board and possibly win prizes? Details below! Meet us between 2 and 2:15pm on Sunday August 14th to sign in (you
Is Our App Better than Pokemon Go? See For Yourself! Did you know that the Winnipeg Trails Association has a sweet app that helps get people outside and exploring too? The game works like this: You start by picking pick your “mode” whether it’s your own two feet, a bike, a skateboard, or a wheelchair. After a quick look at your phone for clues, you are off, seeking the hidden