Monthly Archives: January 2012
21 new street banners celebrating the energy, vitality and unbridled enthusiasm of the Year of the Dragon will be raised in Chinatown today as part of the Downtown BIZ’s annual Chinatown Banner Competition.
After completing projects such as the Buhler Centre, the Richardson College for the Environment and Science Complex and McFeetors Hall: Great-West Life Student Residence as part of its Campus Development Plan, the University of Winnipeg has more in store for downtown in 2012.
Winnipeg Free Press By: Staff Writer Banners are going up to mark the downtown gateways. The tri-colour, abstract banners have been raised on the Midtown/Donald Street Bridge, and Disraeli at Main Street, joining the banners first placed on Provencher Bridge …
46 new colourful banners positioned at downtown gateways now welcome people to the heart of the city. These banners will help identify the downtown’s boundaries and foster a shared sense of community pride for our downtown while creating much needed vibrancy along some of Winnipeg’s most prominent roads.
Tweets reveal what you really want for Winnipeg in 2012 Winnipeg Free Press By: Lindsey Wiebe David Lipnowski / Winnipeg Free Press Archives Graham Avenue, leading to the home of the Jets, the MTS Centre. Some tweeters would like to …
Winnipeg’s recent balmy weather isn’t revealing only the streets — it’s revealing all the trash underneath the snow. And most of that garbage is coming from smokers tossing their butts.
It’s shaping up to be a busy year for Winnipeg’s Lakeview Management Inc., with two new hotels in the works for downtown Winnipeg and construction activity ramping up on its new luxury hotel at the airport.