Monthly Archives: March 2011
By FLOYD PERRAS, FOR THE WINNIPEG SUN It never ceases to amaze me that government looks to cut programs that really work. I’ve seen this over and over again with pilot projects that not only prove they’re effective in making …
A downtown civilian patrol will continue dealing with problem street people for another year after receiving a tentative $66,000 grant Wednesday from city hall.
The City of Winnipeg has finally decided what it intends to do with the $23.6 million it took in from the sale of the Winnipeg Square Parkade in 2009.
CentreVenture Development Corp. lifted a curtain edge on its plans for downtown Winnipeg, disclosing for the first time Monday the scale and cost of several new developments planned for the emerging entertainment district around the MTS Centre.
A new condominium development that aims to give younger Winnipeggers a chance to own a home on Waterfront Drive has been approved for one of the last city-owned properties on the picturesque downtown street.