Three new Walking and Cycling Projects

City of Winnipeg has announced that there will be upcoming consultations on three new walking and cycling projects in the downtown, West Alexander and Northwest parts of the city. Stay tuned here for details.

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Carfree: Stories from the non-driving life

What does choosing not to drive mean in a world designed for cars? Winnipeg, like most North American cities, has been shaped by the automobile.  City planners designed the urban environment around the idea of mobility, and the social and work life of the population followed. The car became a

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Arlington Bridge Open Houses

September 17 and 19. Details below. The Arlington Street Bridge over the CPR Yards is nearing the end of its useable life. The Project Advisory Committee (PAC) has been looking at a number of ways to put a new crossing in the area, or to perhaps improve another crossing of

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Bike Tour – Trails and Parks of South St. Vital

Join Save Our Seine for a Bike Tour of the trails and parks of South St. Vital with Denis DePape. When: Sunday, August 16 Time: 9 am to 11 am Distance: 20 km circle tour Starting point: meet at the Extra Foods parking lot (St. Anne’s Road and Southglen)

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Botany Walk

A guided walk with botanist Charles Burchill will increase your knowledge on plant identification, edibility, traditional uses, conservation, and “whatever comes to mind” about the plants we find along the South Trail. For more information on these events, visit saveourseine.com.  

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Bike Tour

Discover the trails and parks of south St. Vital on your bike during this guided tour. The 20 km circle will include Bois-des-Esprits, the Bishop Grandin Greenway, St. Vital Parks, and Henteleff Park. Pre-registration is required. For more information on these events, visit saveourseine.com.  

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Weed Eradication Event

Invasive weeds such as thistle and burdock are overtaking parts of the Seine River Greenway. Join us on Saturday, May 30 at 10 a.m. when we will tackle several of the weedy “hotspots” along the South Trail. As the saying goes . . . many hands make light work. This

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