- Dec 13
The BIZ is looking for a Marketing and Design Coordinator who embodies creativity in both design and writing ability. Is this you?!
- Dec 07
Everyone is invited to take in two free movies on our 40′ inflatable screen and free activities at the RBC Convention Centre on December 20, 2016.
- Dec 06
The Downtown Winnipeg BIZ has released the 2017-2019 Strategic Plan at the 2016 Annual General Meeting. Read on for more details and a link to the plan.
- Nov 22
heaven between, the first Lights on Broadway sculpture, has officially had the lights turned in a collaboration with the Winnipeg Arts Council, City of Winnipeg, Downtown Winnipeg BIZ and additional partners.
- Nov 17
On the heels of a recently announced Downtown BIZ Community Feedback Report, the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ’s Safety Committee has officially launched.
- Nov 02
After months of public engagement, the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ knows exactly what stakeholders want, love and envision for their neighbourhood.
- Sep 13
An estimated 70,000 people had plenty of reasons to enjoy downtown, as the 6th annual Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries ManyFest livened Broadway and Memorial Boulevard, with a celebration of community, arts, entertainment, and healthy living this past weekend from September 9 to 11.
- Sep 09
Twenty years ago, more than 700 delegates came to Winnipeg for the annual International Downtown Association (IDA) conference. On September 9 at 3 p.m. in Atlanta, Georgia, the site for this year’s conference, Mayor Brian Bowman will join representatives from the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ, Exchange District BIZ, and West End BIZ to officially announce Winnipeg as the chosen city for IDA’s 2017 conference.
- Aug 25
Chinatown’s King Street will transform into a bustling hub of live music, cultural performances, authentic cuisine and dynamic street vendors this weekend to celebrate the 8th Annual Chinatown Street Festival!
- Aug 24
Urban Wallpaper, an initiative led by the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ, was officially unwrapped to media, members of the business community, and the public today, as part of an ongoing strategy to change public perceptions related to the downtown. Press conference attendees were treated to a formal announcement and guided tour, demonstrating vacant windows, often considered visually undesirable and in need of maintenance, that were transformed with public art.