Burton Cummings Theatre continues to persevere By Derek Gagnon The Burton Cummings Theatre is a 110-year-old, 1,604-seat, former vaudeville theatre. It is not only an iconic historic site but a bustling theatre that remains at the heart of Winnipeg’s entertainment … Continue reading The Burt from the Walker to True North
The corner of Higgins and Main once had the worst reputation in Winnipeg. It was the centre of seedy bars and prostitutes, a place where only the uncaring or desperate would go at night. That was 25 years ago. Continue reading “Catalyst for change Neeginan Centre: Our Place”
Reconnect with nature at the Assiniboine Park and Zoo
By Tania Moffat
The Assiniboine Park has been a draw for people of all ages since its inception in the 1900s. It was the first park in the City of Winnipeg and has grown into a major destination for locals and tourists alike. People come here to escape their fast-paced lives, to get in touch with nature and enjoy the park’s natural beauty.
Accessible via Roblin Boulevard or from Portage Avenue via a footbridge, the park spans over 153 hectares (402 acres). It is situated across the street from one of the largest urban forests in Canada, Assiniboine Forest. Continue reading “Summer at the park”