Monthly Archives: April 2010
A new city and province three-year program will provide up to $20 million in incentives to spur further downtown residential development and affordable urban lifestyles to more Winnipeggers.
The Winnipeg Arts Council invites visual artists to submit expressions of interest for an Artist-in-Residence project working within community gardens.
The men and women of the Downtown BIZ Watch will be soon be heading out on two wheels as they keep downtown safe this summer.
Downtown security is expanding again this summer from patrols on two feet to two wheels.
Hello all you fine fantastic folks, Portage Place Shopping Centre and Downtown Winnipeg BIZ are LOOKING FOR BUSKERS to perform outside of Portage Place Shopping Centre ALL SUMMER LONG!!
This Earth Day, April 22, people who love their city and the earth will be participating in the Earth Day Clean Up in downtown.
School children are adding a splash of colour to downtown with the launch of the 18th annual Young Artists on the Avenue exhibition at noon on Wednesday, April 14 at the IMAX Theatre and Globe Cinema, 3rd Floor, Portage Place. The display runs until June 6 showcasing artwork from 25 different schools at 26 locations.
Thursday’s announcement of a $20-million tax incentive package from the province and city to stimulate more downtown housing, the City of Winnipeg’s soon-to-be-released Downtown Housing Strategy has a fighting chance of succeeding.