Coronavirus City of Winnipeg extends temporary patio registration program for

Coronavirus: City of Winnipeg extends temporary patio registration program for restaurants

With COVID-19 restaurant restrictions still in place, the City of Winnipeg is extending its temporary patio registration program through the upcoming summer season to help businesses pivot. “The extension of the program will allow registered eligible businesses to operate under the summer temporary patio program from April 1st to October 31, 2021,” said the…

City of Winnipeg launches redesigned ‘more widely accessible websites

City of Winnipeg launches redesigned ‘more widely accessible’ websites

The City of Winnipeg has launched a new, redesigned website it says will be easier to navigate on both mobile devices and home computers. The city’s new website and a redesigned 311 self-service website went live Tuesday morning. Read more: Winnipeg working on new approach to manage, protect city’s tree canopy — ‘We need…

Winnipeggers get chance to weigh in on Open Streets program

Winnipeggers get chance to weigh in on Open Streets program with some routes set to close

Some of the City of Winnipeg’s Open Streets active transportation routes are coming to the end of their roads after the long weekend. The 10 roadways were closed to vehicular traffic in the spring in an effort to encourage physical distancing and give Winnipeggers a safe way to get out of the house during…

Kapyong Barracks developers ask for public input ahead of final

Kapyong Barracks developers ask for public input ahead of final master plan

The developers working on a “First Nation urban economic zone” on the Kapyong Barracks land expect to settle on a master plan for the site this fall, and are soliciting feedback from the public. Some 800 people tuned in to a webinar Tuesday night where representatives of Treaty One Development Corporation and the Canada…