Light-weight, durable cars are the next frontier of 3D printing. Meet Urbee, the hybrid that, according to its inventor, will be the VW Bug of our century.
Feb 14, 2013 Twin Cities
Winnipeg's centrally-located and historic Osborne Village has topped the Canadian Institute of Planners' Great Places in Canada contest.
Apr 27, 2012 Winnipeg Free Press
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights, now under construction in Winnipeg, is drawing attention for its spectacular architecture and as a symbol of that city's revitalization.
Sep 27, 2011 Globe and Mail
Detroit should look to a neighbor in the north for advice on rebounding from industrial decline, according to this piece from <em>New Geography</em>, which argues that Winnipeg has already paved the way.
May 19, 2011 New Geography
Once the site of neglected and abandoned buildings, Winnipeg's downtown is now seeing a host of construction and renovation projects, thanks to its redevelopment corporation, new incentives, a mixed use zoning bylaw -- and a change in perceptions.
May 16, 2011 Globe and Mail
An influx of federal infrastructure dollars -- which needed to be spent quickly for active transportation routes -- has Winnipeg divided over the way the improvements were carried out, heating up the race for Mayor [Video].
Oct 25, 2010 CBC - Tha National
Recent developments in Winnipeg's historic warehouse district are coming under scrutiny after the district was places on an "Endangered Places" list.
Aug 13, 2010 Winnipeg Free Press
Winnipeg has been debating -- and studying-- rapid transit for decades. With the first leg of a BRT system finally under construction, critics are questioning the mayor's decision to fund yet another study on LRT.
Apr 23, 2010 The Winnipeg Free Press
New statistics show that the province of Manitoba throws out more, recycles less and conserves less water than any other province in Canada.
Jan 28, 2009 The Globe and Mail
Canada's first national museum to be built outside Ottawa may not be receiving as many visitors as originally planned.
Nov 18, 2008 The Globe and Mail