<p>More than 40 years of revitalization efforts have failed to "fix" downtown Winnipeg. Now a host of new developments -- many of them private or the result of downtown campus expansion plans -- may finally create a vibrant core for the city.</p>
Oct 3, 2007 The Winnipeg Free Press
<p>The City of Winnipeg is trying to create incentives for downtown housing development in an attempt to increase the population density of its urban core.</p>
May 3, 2007 Downtown Winnipeg Biz
Does your city have a Plan B? Without a plan for an oil-free existence, cities around the world may face drastic changes, according to a recent symposium in Winnipeg, Manitoba about the approaching energy shortage. Jessica Roder offers her perspective on the symposium's guidance for addressing the inevitable challenges of reduced supplies, and a new hope for peak oil planning. Exclusive
Jun 28, 2006 By
A recent article in Canada's national newspaper pointing out the sad state of Winnipeg's downtown has ignited debate about what's wrong, and how to fix it. Dallas Hansen believes car culture is to blame.
Mar 3, 2006 The Winnipeg Free Press
With its numerous abandoned buildings, stark divisions between wealth and poverty, and high (for Canada) crime rate, should Winnipeg re-evaluate its emphasis on downtown revitalization?
Feb 28, 2006 The Globe and Mail
Winnipeg, home to the largest concentration of Aboriginal people in Canada, considers a controversial plan to turn a 20-acre plot of abandoned industrial land into an "urban reserve" for a First Nations band, which would allow the band to operate business
Sep 23, 2005 The Globe and Mail
In an effort to protect one of Canada's most flood-prone cities, the City of Winnipeg is expanding its 40-year old floodway.
Sep 16, 2005 The Globe and Mail
Canadian banks are closing branch offices and centralizing operations in new 'Super Banks'.
Jan 11, 2004 New Winnipeg Magazine