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- Unique holiday gift ideas from the City of Winnipeg.
- In late November, we welcomed 16 additional local organizations and businesses who joined in our commitment to reconciliation by signing onto the Indigenous Accord at a gathering.
- We are ready to answer your questions and provide assistance in-person in both French and English at our 311 Saint-Boniface location.
- A technician who provides IT support to Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) 9-1-1 call centre has been named technician of the year by an international telecommunications company.
- City makes own blades for snow plows
- The City of Winnipeg offers six-month and one-year passes for all of our recreation facilities, which are located across Winnipeg. Passes can provide a significant savings over daily rates with regular use.
- City staff regularly take part in training exercises to test our response, processes, plans, and actions in the event of a disaster. We want to be prepared if a threat or hazard occurs.
- This year, we’re wrapping up a massive road construction season where we undertook more than 200 projects, but we’re already looking ahead and planning for 2024. Here’s a look at how we plan ahead for future road construction seasons.
- First responders are urging people to stay off the ice.
- The Government of Canada recently designated Brookside Cemetery as a National Historic Site.
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