Portage and Main concourse needs extensive repairs over next decade: report

The underground concourse beneath Winnipeg’s most famous intersection needs extensive repairs over the next decade to avoid serious structural problems, according to a recent report.The unreleased report, prepared by SMS Engineering Ltd. and obtained by the Winnipeg Free Press through...

Winnipeg to form community group to look into historical street, monument naming

The City of Winnipeg is looking for volunteers to help make decisions about historical markers and place names throughout the city.The city put out a call on Tuesday for residents to apply to become part of the Welcoming Winnipeg Committee...

New deputy mayor, police board chair, committee leaders in Winnipeg council shakeup

Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman has announced changes to the leadership of city committees, in an effort to better respond to the province’s reopening as well as the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.“I’m proud of the way Winnipeggers have responded...

No plans to forcibly remove residents from Winnipeg homeless camps as deadline looms: city

The City of Winnipeg says it has no plans to forcibly remove residents of two homeless camps near the Disraeli Bridge as the deadline of an order to vacate looms Friday.City officials moved in, telling those living in two camps...

Winnipeg mayor to address dismantling of homeless camps, COVID-19 response

Winnipeg’s mayor is expected to discuss the dismantling of two temporary homeless camps near the the Disraeli Bridge and the city’s ongoing response to COVID-19 Thursday afternoon.Mayor Brian Bowman has scheduled a press conference to discuss both topics at 3...

Winnipeg mayor to address George Floyd protests in U.S., Canada on Tuesday

Winnipeg’s mayor, chief of police and fire chief will talk to Winnipeggers on Tuesday about the ongoing protests unfolding in the United States and Canada following the death of George Floyd.Mayor Brian Bowman has scheduled a press conference from city...

Winnipeg’s Parker Lands development lawyer says public hearing could end legal fight with city

Lawyers representing a Winnipeg land developer involved in a lengthy battle with city hall over plans for a multi-million-dollar mixed-use development on a tract of land off Taylor Avenue say the city can avoid another trip to court by holding...

Winnipeg mayor to update on city’s coronavirus response Tuesday

Posted May 26, 2020 3:18 pm Updated May 26, 2020 3:19 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size -A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Winnipeg’s mayor will give an update on the city’s ongoing response to COVID-19 Tuesday.Brian...

Winnipeg mayor to give update on city’s COVID-19 response Friday

Posted May 22, 2020 12:51 pm Updated May 22, 2020 12:55 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size -A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman will give an update on the city’s ongoing response to...

Winnipeg mayor to update city’s COVID-19 response Wednesday morning

Winnipeg’s mayor is scheduled to give an update on the city’s ongoing response to the novel coronavirus pandemic Wednesday morning.Brian Bowman will be joined by Jason Shaw, head of the city’s emergency operations centre for the update, scheduled to start...
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