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- The Grant Park-area library was given a SAB Magazine award for its sustainable design that’s rooted in Métis culture.
- A circular economy is a system of producing and consuming items that minimizes waste. This Circular Economy Month, let’s all work together to share, repair and recycle goods.
- As part of our commitment of reconciliation, the City of Winnipeg has planted three Indigenous gardens at City Hall.
- September 29 marks the International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste - a day that we hope Winnipeggers will keep in mind as they go about preparing their meals, cleaning out their fridges, and at the grocery store.
- The City of Winnipeg was just given a Distinguished Budget Presentation Award and recognized for special performance measures by the Government Finance Officers Association of Canada and the U.S.
- Right to Know Week is September 25 to October 1. Winnipeggers have a right to access City records – and we’ve made it quick and easy.
- Youth learned about careers as a firefighter, paramedic and 9-1-1 public safety telecommunicator
- September 17-23 is National Forest Week. Learn about the many ways Winnipeggers can grow the urban forest.
- As home owners begin to get their properties ready for winter, pool owners are reminded to take all the necessary steps to ensure it is drained properly.
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