Janell Henry, project manager at Winnipeg Trails Asssociation, on Rover ave between Disraeli st. and Barber for the installation of community-led traffic calming measures along the Trans Canada Trail. (photo by Brennan McKay) Healing Rover is a project to Heal the people by healing the landscape put on by the
HOW IT WORKS: Print or save this on your phone. Grab your dauber, er.. bicycle.. and ride, don’t hide, and go seek! Winnipeg Trails Bingo is inspired by CMHA’s Ride Don’t Hide and International Trails Day and its a great excuse to get outside for mental health. Using the clues, visit
Keep Sharing the Petition: Going to Council Next Week to Stop the Cancellation of Open Streets! We want an Entire Network of Safe and Connected Pathways and Bikeways.
We’re going to Council with your voices backing us up. We’re well over 7000 signatures, but we need more and here is why. Next Tuesday a related motion is going to Public Works committee. That’s the city council committee that overseas roads. The motion itself is a small step forward.
It is is out of a sense of disappointment and concern that Winnipeg Trails is taking the unusual step of starting a petition in the hopes of saving and growing one of the few things that has given us hope in trying times. In solidarity with the hundreds of thousands
What does an equitable and urgent response to the pandemic look like? With limited recreation options for children, schools closed, buses being scary to use until we are sure COVID-19 is over and a global recession looming for large numbers of people- some of the most vulnerable people are going
What do you do when up to 168,000 passenger daily transit trips suddenly need to be repurposed? Where do kids and families go to get exercise when most recreation centres, pools and playgrounds suddenly close? How do you help a city bounce back in the face respiratory disease pandemic? Winnipeg
With COVID-19 affecting many aspects of our lives but especially public transit, many people are scrambling to find healthy ways of getting to work, run errands and carry out essential responsibilities. When we heard this, the Plain Bicycle project team decided to go through the extra frames and spare parts
Ten Things to Know About COVID-19 and Going Outside (including something government can do to make it easy)
**Official Info for Manitobans: visit Shared Health for COVID-19 for updates. Recommendations and restrictions are changing rapidly.** During a pandemic, what’s the safest way to get to the grocery store if I need to? If I am staying home for two weeks, can I take my kids outside to burn
Our submission to the City of Winnipeg Standing Policy Committee on Infrastructure Renewal and Public Works special meeting on the multi-year budget. In it we request: – a motion directing any/all federal gas tax funds to be directed to Transit or Active Transportation-focused projects – a motion to disclose any