Back-in, angled parking on Bannatyne Avenue recommended to become permanent

Back-in, angled parking on Bannatyne Avenue recommended to become permanent

Winnipeg, MB – The public service is recommending that back-in, angled parking on Bannatyne Avenue become permanent and that it be expanded in the Exchange District…

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Second Winnipeg street census to take place April 18

Second Winnipeg street census to take place April 18

Winnipeg, MB – Twenty-six community partners are working together to coordinate and complete Winnipeg’s second street census on April 18, 2018. This large-scale, community-based research project…

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Public invited to help shape Winnipeg’s Climate Action Plan

Public invited to help shape Winnipeg’s Climate Action Plan

Winnipeg, MB – The City of Winnipeg is inviting residents to a public workshop to help provide input on actions being proposed as part of Winnipeg’s Climate…

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Addressing unclear and unfair tax changes still top priority for business in upcoming federal budget

Addressing unclear and unfair tax changes still top priority for business in upcoming federal budget

Winnipeg, February 14, 2018 – Tax fairness for small businesses and the need for greater clarity around a suite of proposed tax changes are top of…

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Helping Small, Medium-sized Enterprises to Invest, Build, Grow

Helping Small, Medium-sized Enterprises to Invest, Build, Grow

The Manitoba government has issued a request for information (RFI) for an access to capital strategy and a request for pre-qualifications (RFPQ) for venture capital…

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Winnipeg Police Issue Scam Warning

Winnipeg Police Issue Scam Warning

The Winnipeg Police Service continues to receive reports of the “virtual kidnapping” scam that has surfaced recently in Winnipeg. The scam, known as virtual kidnapping,…

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