Downtown Watch Ambassadors are responsible for promoting a safer and friendlier downtown by helping with directions and promoting events and attractions downtown. They also help monitor streets, sidewalks and the skywalk systems, and serve as extra “eyes and ears” to assist the Winnipeg Police Service, Emergency Medical System, Outreach services and the community.
The Downtown Winnipeg BIZ, in conjunction with the Winnipeg Chinese Cultural and Community Centre (WCCCC), is conducting a design competition for Chinatown Banners
The Downtown Winnipeg BIZ today celebrated its 30th birthday while rolling out a new look and strategic direction to support an active, thriving and safe downtown where everyone feel welcome.
The Community Homeless Assistance Team (C.H.A.T.) is dedicated to performing comprehensive outreach to individuals at-risk of, or experiencing homelessness downtown. CHAT Outreach Workers pursue a unique preventative outreach approach that will address the dynamic barriers and complexities faced by the …
Downtown Winnipeg BIZ joins partners from coast to coast to put downtowns on federal election agenda
The Downtown Winnipeg BIZ is pleased to be joining downtown associations from across the country to put the success of Canada’s downtowns on candidates’ agendas during the federal election.
The following Request for Proposal (RFP) is being issued by the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ to find a provider to execute a website redesign based on the anticipated rebrand of the organization.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 12, 2019 Record Numbers for the Ninth Annual ManyFest An estimated 80,000 Winnipeggers attended downtown’s largest street festival this past weekend, marking a record number of attendees, vendors and volunteers. A new fully-licensed site layout and …
Mini Peg Golf, a fun twist on golf developed by the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ and Mart Design Company, encourages Winnipeggers to visit nine participating downtown businesses who will each host a hole during regular business hours. The course opens today and will continue to operate until the seasons change.
Winnipeg’s most popular portable bathroom – the bright orange, architecturally designed twin toilet facility that enjoyed its first run last summer – has returned to the city’s downtown.
C.H.A.T. provides one on one support to individuals struggling with homelessness in the downtown area. Support is consistently delivered from a social model that respects the clients’ right to self-determination as they address the impact of barriers such as mental health issues and addiction in their lives.