Welcome, and thank you for your interest in the South Winnipeg-St. Norbert Ward and my role as Councillor for the area!   The South Winnipeg-St. Norbert Ward has the LARGEST population in the City of Winnipeg with 68,000 residents living in 13 unique residential communities:

  • University Heights
  • Waverley Heights
  • Fort Richmond
  • University of Manitoba Campus
  • St. Norbert
  • Richmond West
  • Richmond Lakes
  • Fairfield Park
  • The Neighbourhoods of Bridgwater
  • South Pointe
  • Van Hull Estates
  • Normand Park
  • Pocket of South West St. Vital

YOUR ADDRESS – YOUR SERVICES:  For an overview of civic services for your specific address (i.e. your snow zone; recycling, garbage & yard waste collection day; insect management area; police district; assessment value and more), click Citizens Information Service and enter your address.

I was sworn in as Councillor on November 4, 2014 and look forward to providing you with strong representation within the community and at City Hall during my 4-year term.

Ward Priorities

During the election, ward residents clearly expressed to me challenges and opportunities within the South Winnipeg–St. Norbert ward. This feedback was invaluable in helping me understand and set Ward Priorities for my term as your Councillor.   Please Contact Us to offer any additional comments and insight you may have on these priorities.

Hot Off the Press!

2018 Road Construction in South Winnipeg- St Norbert Ward

Evaluating Winnipeg’s Streets for Repair Work Our City streets are evaluated by the Winnipeg Public Works Department using a street rating system as follows: New, Good, Fair and Poor: Typically, anything rated as Poor is automatically scheduled as a rehabilitation or...

Killarney Road Reconstruction and Traffic Improvements

Pleased to share good news about improvements to Killarney Road!   A complete concrete reconstruction will occur this summer on Killarney Rd from Pembina Hwy to Caledon Rd.   Major construction of the Scotia Bank in the shopping center is now complete so road...

Athletic Fields – Access and Maintenance Draft Plan

The aim of the Athletic Field Review is to ensure City athletic fields are well maintained, fairly allocated and used to the fullest extent possible. The recommendations that result from this review will guide how the City will manage and provide access to athletic...

“Together We Can”: Fundraising Campaign

Pembina Active Living is a growing group of 55+ folks in South Winnipeg who are working hard to increase their outreach and programming opportunities! Please consider either join us for the launch of the “Together We Can”  Fundraising Campaign on March 8th, OR...

Expropriation of land moving forward for Recreation Campus

Thanks Winnipeg Free Press for the update on latest recreation campus activities. It is important to understand, the City is able to secure additional land to expand the site. Qualico is an excellent 'city building partner' and extensive negotiations are occurring on...

Upcoming Events

  1. South Pointe Winter Celebration 2018

    March 3 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
  2. “Together We Can”: Fundraising Campaign

    March 8 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  3. Athletic Fields – Access and Maintenance Draft Plan

    March 19 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  4. Athletic Fields – Access and Maintenance Draft Plan

    March 20 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  5. Zing into Spring 2018

    March 22 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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Contact Janice Lukes

Janice Lukes
City Councillor
South Winnipeg-St.Norbert Ward
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Are You In The South Winnipeg-St. Norbert Ward?

If you live in one of the following communities, you are part of this electoral ward:


University Heights


Waverley Heights


Fort Richmond


U of M Campus


St. Norbert


Richmond West


Fairfield Park


Neighbourhoods of Bridgwater


Richmond Lakes


South Pointe


Van Hull Estates


Normand Park


Pocket of South West St. Vital

For more information, see: St. Norbert Ward Boundary Map