- Jun 10
Downtown BIZ Clean Team members will hand out flowers to passers-by and will pressure wash and clean the storefront and sidewalk of The Fyxx on Broadway on Wednesday, June 10 at 10:30am to kick off this year’s Neon Broom program.
- May 21
The Downtown BIZ and Mayor Sam Katz kicked off an anti-panhandling program, Change for the Better, with a new focus on supporting homeless work programs on Thursday morning, May 21, outside on Graham Avenue at Donald Street. The launch also kicks off a weeklong downtown fundraising blitz for Change for the Better targeting downtown workers.
- May 15
Downtown Security Network members with Winnipeg Police Chief Keith McCaskill, the Downtown BIZ and AAA Alarms, launched a new public safety campaign today, Friday, May 15, at 11am at the MTS Centre, 2nd Floor atrium overlooking Portage Avenue.
- Mar 23
A recently released Downtown BIZ report outlining the habits and perceptions of downtown workers will assist current downtown businesses to grow and better market themselves, while also attracting new businesses opportunities to the downtown.
- Mar 23
School children from 27 schools are adding a splash of colour to downtown with the launch of the 17th annual Young Artists on the Avenue exhibition on Wednesday, March 25 at noon at IMAX Theatre, 3rd Floor, Portage Place.
- Feb 25
Six stunning photographic murals were unveiled as winners selected from 175 entries for the Downtown BIZ’s Photographic Competition were announced today.
- Feb 24
Chess pro Ella Iomdina will take on as many chess players as step forward for the launch of the Downtown BIZ’s weekly Chess in the Court on Thursday, February 26, noon to 1:30pm.
- Feb 07
Downtowners are invited to enjoy free lunchtime concerts on Fridays, as the In for Lunch concert series returns to the city centre on Friday, January 30 at noon with the band Twilight Hotel at Portage Place.
- Feb 05
Winnipeg’s Chinese community is kicking off Chinatown’s 100th anniversary by displaying 100 bright red lanterns throughout downtown.
- Dec 31
With bus rapid transit coming to downtown Winnipeg, Graham Mall and the downtown will be even busier with more bus riders. American expert G.B. Arrington will be in town to talk about the land development possibilities connected with transit at a free public session on Thursday, November 20, noon to 2pm at Globe Cinema, 3rd Floor, Portage Place. So far, over 70 people are registered to attend.