The Winnipeg Trails Association and Storefront Manitoba invite designers to submit proposals for the design of a permanent bench along the Bishop Grandin Trail – Winnipeg’s longest
Open House at Rossbrook House, 658 Ross Ave, 12 – 4 p.m. on Saturday March 19th.
Mark your calendar to check out the proposed options for protected bike lanes on Fort and Garry, and on McDermot Ave west of Sherbrook. There
Dear trailblazers, Have you ever travelled downtown by bike just south of the Legislative buildings and felt that things got a little strange on the way back?
From January through June 2016, Councillor Janice Lukes, chair of the City’s Standing Policy Committee on Infrastructure Renewal and Public Works, is hosting a series
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
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
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:
Stéphane Dorge presented a Parking Protected Bike Lane Project of Provencher Boulevard at the Old St. Boniface Residents’ Association (OSBRA)’s AGM. It was during his