Improved Parks & Recreation Facilities : Ward Priorities

Parks & Recreation Facilities

Ensuring our parks are clean, green and vibrant is a priority of mine. I will be working with the community over the next four years  to ensure we are very good stewards of our parks, and that greenspaces support our active outdoor lifestyles. 

Parks are the jewels in our community; they are where we can escape from the daily grind of life in the city. Parks are not only are critical to our health and well-being, they contribute to a healthy environment, act as a hub for our community, and help increase property values. In the South Winnipeg–St. Norbert Ward, we are fortunate to have an abundance of parks, both formally maintained by City staff and passively maintained by Mother Nature. 

For more information, visit Park Bench Donation Program and Parks and Fields.

 

Help Shape Winnipeg’s Master Plan for Off-Leash Dog Areas

Help Shape Winnipeg’s Master Plan for Off-Leash Dog Areas

The City of Winnipeg operates 10 off-leash dog areas within the City's Parks system (see map below). In recent years, use of off-leash dog areas has significantly increased, and as a result, a need has been identified to increase the number of these areas. In 2012, a...

New Pedestrian Bridge in King’s Park

New Pedestrian Bridge in King’s Park

On October 14, 2017, we celebrated the unveiling of a new pedestrian bridge in King's Park. The bridge replacements are one of several capital improvements totaling about $2 million for King’s Park which is a regional park. Other improvements include recent riverbank...

Developing a Care/Maintenance Program for Bridgwater Forest

Developing a Care/Maintenance Program for Bridgwater Forest

Please consider joining myself, Bridgwater residents, and the City’s Parks and Naturalist Services Departments as we work towards developing a care and maintenance program for Bridgwater Forest. When dense urban environment is constructed around a natural forest, the...

Parks & Greenspace – Updates for 2017-2018 Construction Seasons

Parks & Greenspace – Updates for 2017-2018 Construction Seasons

2017 CONSTRUCTION UPDATES Many of these parks projects have been in the consultation and planning process, and now are actually being constructed in 2017! There is much detail that goes into park improvements, and I want to extend much gratitude to the resident groups...

New Community Garden in Fort Richmond – Plots Still Available!

New Community Garden in Fort Richmond – Plots Still Available!

I am very pleased to announce that we have just opened a new community garden in Fort Richmond!  I worked closely with community residents as well as the City Parks Department to establish this much needed amenity in the South Winnipeg-St. Norbert Ward.  There's...

Information Evening:  The Health of Bridgwater Forest

Information Evening: The Health of Bridgwater Forest

Calling all Nature Lovers and Tree Huggers who care about the future of the trees and creatures who live in Bridgwater Forest!  Please join me at an Information Evening on the Health of Bridgwater Forest: DATE: Tuesday, June 27, 2017 TIME:  7:00 to 8:30 pm LOCATION: ...

June 10th Trails Day Celebration in South Winnipeg-St. Norbert Ward!

June 10th Trails Day Celebration in South Winnipeg-St. Norbert Ward!

Please join me on Saturday, June 10 as we unveil TWO new, unique benches on the Bishop Grandin Greenway! I’m VERY pleased to be providing funding support for these benches in the South Winnipeg-St. Norbert Ward.  Through a  partnership with the Winnipeg Trails...

Control Programs for Forest Tent Caterpillars & Elm Bark Beetles

Control Programs for Forest Tent Caterpillars & Elm Bark Beetles

Forest Tent Caterpillar Control Program The City's Insect Control Branch will begin its forest tent caterpillar control program on Sunday, May 14, 2017 at 9:30 p.m., weather permitting. Tree spraying will be carried out in Insect Management Areas 43 and 51. Throughout...

Mowing, Dandelions and Boulevard Maintenance

Mowing, Dandelions and Boulevard Maintenance

The City of Winnipeg Public Service is currently transitioning from spring clean up to parks maintenance activities.  The mowing of boulevards and parks has recently started, and I would like to share some information with you on the City's mowing, weed control and...

2017 Budget Reduced for Parks & Urban Forestry Department

2017 Budget Reduced for Parks & Urban Forestry Department

In the City of Winnipeg's approved 2017 budget, there was no increase in funding for the City's Parks & Urban Forestry department.  Rather, there was a decrease of approximately $200,000. I have been raising the issue of increasing funding for Parks & Urban...

“Fields for Fido” at King’s Park – Open House

“Fields for Fido” at King’s Park – Open House

Please join me at an Open House on April 4 to discuss upgrades to the “Fields for Fido” dog park located within King’s Park: DATE:  Tuesday, April 4, 2017 TIME:  6:30 to 8:15 p.m. PLACE:  Pembina Trail Library, 2474 Pembina Highway After a series of community meetings...

Upgrades to Grandmont & Ducharme Parks – Open House

Upgrades to Grandmont & Ducharme Parks – Open House

When I was knocking on doors during the 2014 election campaign in the areas of Grandmont and Ducharme, many people said they’d like to see a variety of park upgrades occur.   Grandmont Park is a beautiful spot with a small forest, lake and play structures that connect...

2017 Removal & Replacement of Diseased Schubert Chokecherry Trees

2017 Removal & Replacement of Diseased Schubert Chokecherry Trees

NOVEMBER 2017 UPDATE:   The Urban Forestry Branch has had to allocate the majority of its in-house resources towards the management of Dutch Elm Disease and safety related tree matters, which unfortunately has had an effect on the Schubert removal/replacement program...

YOUR Feedback – Review of Winnipeg’s Athletic Fields

YOUR Feedback – Review of Winnipeg’s Athletic Fields

The City is currently reviewing how athletic fields are allocated and maintained and is looking for Winnipeggers’ feedback. The aim is to ensure City athletic fields are well maintained, fairly shared and used to the fullest extent possible and public input is an...

La Salle River Greenway

La Salle River Greenway

Below is a great image that shows the City-owned land along the La Salle River. This is designated park space and at some point will hopefully become a long linear connected park with pathways leading to La Barrière Park.         Twitter: ...

Setting & Delivering on Expectations

Setting & Delivering on Expectations

The City's Parks department has been reorganizing roles, responsibilities and communication protocol with its staff over the past 5 months. During this process, three key projects in the South Winnipeg-St. Norbert Ward have been negatively impacted. The unfortunate...

King’s Park Fountain Put on Hold

King’s Park Fountain Put on Hold

As many residents in the South Winnipeg-St. Norbert ward know, I conducted a series of open houses in 2015 to gather feedback on what the community would like to see in the way of upgrades to King’s Park. At that time, the City Parks department engaged a consultant to...

A Gardener’s Delicacy in St. Norbert

A Gardener’s Delicacy in St. Norbert

The beautiful (and educational!) containers located on the centre medians in front of St. Norbert Farmers’ Market were enjoyed by both residents and visitors alike this year.  My thanks to Colleen Zacharias for her informative article on these stunning floral...

Opening of Henteleff Park Interpretive Centre

Opening of Henteleff Park Interpretive Centre

Located along the banks of the Red River and Normand Creek in south St. Vital, Henteleff Park continues to pay tribute to the area’s rich history with the official opening of its new Interpretive Centre on Saturday, August 27, 2016 at 1:00 pm.  Please join me at this...

Progress on Improvements to Parks & Greenspace

Progress on Improvements to Parks & Greenspace

Winnipeg’s parks and greenspaces are an essential component of the urban fabric that encourages and promotes healthy lifestyles, cleaner environments, civic pride and urban beautification. Parks improve our physical and psychological health, strengthen our communities...

Support for New Pedestrian Lighting, Banners and Flowers

Support for New Pedestrian Lighting, Banners and Flowers

I’m pleased to be supporting the St. Norbert Business Improvement Zone with Community Incentive Grant funding to continue upgrading ‘Main Street St. Norbert’.  Currently, Pembina Highway in St. Norbert is experiencing major water main construction, but as soon as...

Maintenance of Retention Ponds

Maintenance of Retention Ponds

Each summer, my office receives many enquiries from residents with questions about the growth of aquatic vegetation and algae on retention ponds in their neighbourhood. Stormwater retention ponds are used to manage stormwater.   A primary benefit is that they can...

New Park Commemorates St. Norbert’s Métis History

New Park Commemorates St. Norbert’s Métis History

On June 14, 2016, I was very pleased to be joined by historians and community members for the official naming and opening of Parc Charette Park.   The park commemorates the homestead of the Baptiste Charette family. Monsieur Charette was a carpenter with the North...

Mosquito Fogging Begins Thursday, June 17

Mosquito Fogging Begins Thursday, June 17

24 hour notice:  Adult nuisance mosquito fogging to begin To date, the Insect Control Branch (ICB) has used a combination of larviciding and residual treatments to control mosquito populations. These measures alone are no longer sufficient to control the current adult...

Short-Term Solution:  Greenspace Maintenance in Bridgwater Forest

Short-Term Solution: Greenspace Maintenance in Bridgwater Forest

At present, two developers (Manitoba Housing and Ladco Company Limited)  and the City of Winnipeg are responsible for the maintenance of parks and open spaces in the communities of Waverly West.  The developers take care of the parks and open spaces for a...

Henteleff Park – Annual Spring Tree Planting

Henteleff Park – Annual Spring Tree Planting

Our annual tree planting event will be held the second weekend of June. Bring your shovels, gloves, smiles, friends and family and help plant some trees and shrubs! Refreshments and snacks served. DATE:  Saturday, June 11, 2016 TIME:  10 a.m. to 12 noon PLACE: ...

Controlling Mosquitoes & Forest Tent Caterpillars

Controlling Mosquitoes & Forest Tent Caterpillars

Winnipeg's Insect Management Areas (IMAs) Winnipeg's neighborhoods have been grouped into 51 Insect Management Areas. Just type in your address and find out what insect management area you reside in. Mosquito Control Program The Insect Control Branch continues an...

Ribbon Cutting of Parc Charette Park

Ribbon Cutting of Parc Charette Park

Please join historians, community members and friends for the official naming and opening of Parc Charette Park on June 14. This scenic park sits on the banks of a curve in the Red River in St. Norbert, and provides a spectacular all-encompassing view of the Red...

Local Skateboarder to be Honoured in Expanded Park

Local Skateboarder to be Honoured in Expanded Park

I’m very pleased to support the expansion of the extremely popular skateboard park at 205 Killarney Avenue. Prior to being elected, I worked to help improve the site between Dalhousie and Acadia Schools, securing funding to upgrade the tot park with a new net play...

Eroding Winnipeg Riverbanks Need Help

Eroding Winnipeg Riverbanks Need Help

As many residents in the South Winnipeg-St. Norbert ward know, a $1.5 million riverbank erosion protection project was initiated in King's Park in 2015.  This year, the project will continue with reforestation and pathway restoration.  More details are available at...

CELEBRATE International Trails Day on Saturday, June 4!

CELEBRATE International Trails Day on Saturday, June 4!

Please join myself and dignitaries for ice-cream and fun on International Trails Day!  International Trails Day is an annual celebration of trails to promote trail development, the use of trails and the healthy lifestyle they encourage. It is celebrated each year on...

Deficit in Greenspace Maintenance is the “Canary in the Coal Mine”

Deficit in Greenspace Maintenance is the “Canary in the Coal Mine”

In my opinion, the maintenance issues in Waverley West are the ‘canary in the coal mine’ for what is to come with respect to maintenance of greenspace in ALL new developments, including communities like Amber Trails and Sage Creek. The BIG PICTURE is that the City...

Mowing, Dandelions and Public Green Space

Mowing, Dandelions and Public Green Space

In mid-May this year, the City of Winnipeg Public Service transitioned from their city-wide spring clean up to parks maintenance activities. Sometimes the transition is smooth, and sometimes, depending on weather conditions, there's a few challenges.  This year, we...

Parks & Greenspace in Bridgwater Forest

Parks & Greenspace in Bridgwater Forest

Interested in learning more about the maintenance of parks and greenspace in Bridgwater Forest?!  Mark your calendar to attend this information evening: TIME:  7 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 19 PLACE:  Waverley Heights Community Centre, 1885 Chancellor Drive NOTE: ...

Dalhousie Ready to Play!

Dalhousie Ready to Play!

Congrats to the dedicated Parent Advisory Council at Dalhousie School! I know how very hard you worked to raise funds for this project – and am very pleased to have been a part of helping you make it happen – though just a tiny part!   Outstanding work! Dalhousie...

Kirkbridge Park Investments and Baseball Fencing

Kirkbridge Park Investments and Baseball Fencing

I’d like to thank Marla, Secretary of the Richmond West Neighbourhood Association (RWNA), for providing the very accurate notes (shown below) from the meeting which I hosted on April 26, 2016.  I would like to elaborate on a  few additional points: 2016 PARK...

King’s Park 2016 Review and Reinvestment Strategy

King’s Park 2016 Review and Reinvestment Strategy

In 2015, I conducted a series of open houses in May, June and October to gather feedback on what the community would like to see in the way of upgrades to King’s Park.  The City Parks department engaged a consultant to work through the feedback that was provided, and...

Protecting Winnipeg’s Ash Trees

Protecting Winnipeg’s Ash Trees

The City of Winnipeg’s Urban Forestry Branch is currently conducting an inventory of Ash trees on private property to augment the City’s public tree inventory and to continue its preparation for the arrival of the Emerald Ash Borer beetle. The Emerald Ash Borer is a...

Upgrades to King’s Park and Kirkbridge Park

Upgrades to King’s Park and Kirkbridge Park

I'm very pleased with the enhancements taking place in our community parks in the South Winnipeg-St. Norbert ward.  These important greenspaces are very popular in our communities!  My thanks to Richard Kamchen for covering this story!   King’s Park waterfall is...

2016 Removal & Replacement of Schubert Chokecherry Trees

2016 Removal & Replacement of Schubert Chokecherry Trees

Winnipeg has about 7,000 Schubert chokecherry trees in City parks and on City boulevards. Unfortunately, many of them are infected with black knot, a fungal disease affecting species of cherry and plum trees. This disease is distributed across North America and is...

Dogs, Parks, and the Responsible Pet Ownership By-Law

Dogs, Parks, and the Responsible Pet Ownership By-Law

Winnipeggers love their dogs!  At present, there are over 112,000 licensed dogs in our City! Information on the locations and regulations at off-leash parks is available on the City's website. The City's Animal Services Agency provides animal control measures under...

Kirkbridge Park Improvements

Kirkbridge Park Improvements

I’m very pleased to announce funding for upgrades in Kirkbridge  Park and a decision on the baseball diamond fencing.  The park upgrades and fencing discussion have been a year in the making, thus a rather lengthy update on this page. I am also available to discuss...

Spring Clean-ups & Sustainability – 2016 Earth Day

Spring Clean-ups & Sustainability – 2016 Earth Day

Celebrated each year on April 22, Earth Day is the largest environmental event in the world!   It’s a great time to take a look at what’s happening from a sustainability perspective close to home!   South Winnipeg-St. Norbert Ward In our community, there are a...

École St. Norbert Immersion – Naturalization Project

École St. Norbert Immersion – Naturalization Project

At the April 4th meeting of the Riel Community Committee, I was very pleased to support an important project for the enhancement of the École St. Norbert Immersion yard.  My thanks to The Sou'Wester for their coverage of this story, and also to St. Norbert Immersion...

Ile de Cercle Island Park – Upgrading

Ile de Cercle Island Park – Upgrading

At the April 4th meeting of the Riel Community Committee, I was very pleased to support an important project for the redevelopment of the Ile de Cercle Island Park in St. Norbert.  My thanks to The Sou'Wester for their coverage of this story, and also to Group 'Action...

2016 Approved Budget Impact – Parks in South Winnipeg-St. Norbert

2016 Approved Budget Impact – Parks in South Winnipeg-St. Norbert

The list of parks initiatives is funded through City of Winnipeg budget items and also through Parks funding directly allocated to Ward Councillors: $500,000 La Barriere Park washroom upgrade Details of the much needed washroom upgrade will be announced soon! The City...

Spring into Action at Your Local Community Centre

Spring into Action at Your Local Community Centre

The South Winnipeg-St. Norbert Ward has three very active community centres which have just released their spring, 2016 newsletters!  These informative newsletters contain updates on community centre events, expansions, proposed expansions, spring registrations,...

All-Girls Winter Classic First of Its Kind

All-Girls Winter Classic First of Its Kind

The South Winnipeg Community Centre is set to drop the puck for Winnipeg’s first all-female outdoor hockey tournament. The Winnipeg Storm Winter Classic runs Jan. 27 to 31 at the Waverley site of the community centre at 1885 Chancellor Drive. More than 20 female...

The Hazards of Skating on Urban Storm Water Ponds

The Hazards of Skating on Urban Storm Water Ponds

There are many water retention ponds located throughout South Winnipeg, and sometimes, local folks clear them in winter for use as skating rinks. However, this is NOT safe! The City of Winnipeg cautions residents NOT to use retention ponds for skating.  During winter,...

King’s Park Erosion Protection: Project Continues in 2016

King’s Park Erosion Protection: Project Continues in 2016

The City of Winnipeg is currently undertaking Phase II of an erosion protection project in King’s Park. This work will occur from January to March, 2016, with planting and re-vegetation work to be completed by mid-July, 2016. During this time, there will be a number...

Kirkbridge Park & Richmond West Neighbourhoods Association

Kirkbridge Park & Richmond West Neighbourhoods Association

I'm very pleased to be a part of the resurrection of the Richmond West Neighbourhoods Association!  The RWNA was very active a few years back in the improvement of Kirkbridge Park, and we are currently working on a number of new initiatives, challenges and...

NEXT STEPS: King’s Park Upgrades

NEXT STEPS: King’s Park Upgrades

I’ve been gathering some great feedback from community members with respect to King’s Park (May 5 and June 17, 2015: SEE HERE)  Because King's Park is defined as a regional park (one that serves a great number of people), it is important we reach out to residents so...

Official Naming of Parc Charette Park

Official Naming of Parc Charette Park

After much consultation with St. Norbert community residents, I’m very pleased to bring forward a motion for the official naming of a new park in the community of St. Norbert. Parc Charette Park sits on the banks of a curve in the Red River in St. Norbert. The park is...

NEXT STEPS: La Barrière Park

NEXT STEPS: La Barrière Park

BACKGROUND On September 24, 2015, Councillor Mayes (St. Vital Ward) and I held an open house to gather input and ideas from the community on how to improve La Barrière Park. With the growth of Waverley West, La Barrière Park has the potential to become a more heavily...

Learn about the Dakota Community Centre’s Expansion

Learn about the Dakota Community Centre’s Expansion

The community is invited to attend a public information session to view the project plans for the new multi-use fieldhouse at the Dakota Community Centre. Thursday, October 15, 2015 - 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Jonathan Toews Sportsplex Gymnasium 1188 Dakota Street The...

Curbside Leaf and Yard Waste Collection Program

Curbside Leaf and Yard Waste Collection Program

The City of Winnipeg is encouraging Winnipeggers to give fall leaf and yard waste a royal sendoff. Help prepare for winter by raking and collecting leaves from your yard, adjacent boulevards and roadways. Then take advantage of the City’s curbside leaf and yard waste...

La Barrière Park – Public Consultation on Improvements

La Barrière Park – Public Consultation on Improvements

Please join me and Councillor Mayes (St. Vital Ward) for a community discussion on Thursday, September 24 regarding improvements to La Barrière Park. Located just west of the community of St. Norbert, at 4403 Waverley Street, this scenic spot is a great place for...

October 7 Open House – Next Steps on King’s Park Upgrades

October 7 Open House – Next Steps on King’s Park Upgrades

On May 5 and June 17, 2015, I hosted consultations with the community to gather your ideas on improving King's Park. We’ve compiled the feedback from those meetings, and included additional comments which our office has received through residents' emails and phone...

King’s Park Off-Leash Dog Area

King’s Park Off-Leash Dog Area

If the water in your local off-leash park pond looks iffy, the city is putting the onus on you to keep your dog safe. Winnipeg conducts random water quality testing of municipal retention ponds, but doesn’t test marshy ponds such as the one at King’s Park, says...

Opening of Splash Pad; Future Recreation Campus in SW Winnipeg

Opening of Splash Pad; Future Recreation Campus in SW Winnipeg

While kids have been cooling off this summer at the new splash pad at Waverley Heights Community Centre, the heat is on for increased recreation opportunities in the growing neighbourhood. St. Norbert MLA Dave Gaudreau, Coun. Janice Lukes (South Winnipeg-St. Norbert),...

Bohémier House Gets a New Lease on Life

Bohémier House Gets a New Lease on Life

A long-standing heritage home and important piece of St. Norbert history has been revived.  The Bohémier House in the St. Norbert Provincial Heritage Park reopened to the public for the first time in six years on July 11. The date also marked the 30th anniversary of...

Malala’s Thank You Video to City of Winnipeg Councillors

Malala’s Thank You Video to City of Winnipeg Councillors

On Thursday, July 23, 2015, I had the honour of celebrating the naming of Malala Park with the Pakistani community at an event in the beautiful Pakistan Cultural Centre in Winnipeg.   Malala Park is located in the South Winnipeg–St. Norbert at the south end of...

Improvements to King’s and Kirkbridge parks being considered

Improvements to King’s and Kirkbridge parks being considered

Upgrades, big and small, are being considered for King’s and Kirkbridge parks.   Five community consultations have been held to determine local priorities. "I really wanted to hear what people were looking for and what they wanted," says acting mayor Janice Lukes,...

Gardening Opportunities in King’s Park

Gardening Opportunities in King’s Park

Do you like gardening and have a few hours to spare?  Pembina Active Living (55+) is currently seeking volunteers to assist with maintaining the waterfall and beautiful Hosta gardens at King's Park. Pembina Active Living (55+) is a non-profit, seniors serving...

Mosquito Fogging Program Begins June 11

Mosquito Fogging Program Begins June 11

Fogging will begin on Thursday, June 11, 2015, between 9:30 p.m. and 6:30 a.m.  To date, the Insect Control Branch (ICB) has used a combination of larviciding and residual treatments to control mosquito populations. These measures alone are no longer sufficient to...

Kirkbridge Park Upgrades – June 10 Community Meeting

Kirkbridge Park Upgrades – June 10 Community Meeting

We have an opportunity to complete some upgrades to Kirkbridge Park, and I would like to hear YOUR thoughts!  Would you like to see additional benches installed?  More trees? Washroom facilities?  Or something else?   Our parks are a vital component of our community,...

King’s Park Upgrades – June 17 Community Meeting

King’s Park Upgrades – June 17 Community Meeting

King’s Park is a regional park in South Winnipeg.  As a regional park, it serves a greater area than a neighbourhood park. Like many other regional parks (St. Vital Park and Crescent Drive Park), funding is becoming available for upgrades. Last winter, the City...

Living with Bugs in the City

Living with Bugs in the City

The City of Winnipeg has a website page with very current and updated information on BUGS and Insect Control activities.  Use the left hand navigation menu, as it contains very informative information which is often updated weekly. With regard to mosquito control, it...

Schubert Chokecherry Removal and Replacement in 2015

Schubert Chokecherry Removal and Replacement in 2015

On May 25, 2015,  I held a community town hall in partnership with Councillor Mayes (St. Vital ward) to discuss Black Knot Fungus which is affecting many south Winnipeg trees.  We had the City Forester attend and provide a presentation on Winnipeg’s urban forest, as...

Cuts to city’s budget limits ability to battle tree diseases

Cuts to city’s budget limits ability to battle tree diseases

Too many pests and diseases, and too little cash. Cuts to the city’s budget are making it hard to battle nature’s attacks on Winnipeg’s green canopy, says a pair of councillors. Black knot and Dutch elm disease are two of the biggest threats. This year, the city has...

Councillors Sound Battle Cry Against Dreaded Black Knot

Councillors Sound Battle Cry Against Dreaded Black Knot

Two city councillors are trying to engage the public in the fight against a deadly fungus that disfigures and eventually kills trees.   St. Vital Councillor Brian Mayes and St. Norbert Councillor Janice Lukes held a townhall meeting Monday evening to discuss the...

Trees and Black Knot Fungus – Town Hall

Trees and Black Knot Fungus – Town Hall

Councillors Brian Mayes and Janice Lukes will be hosting a Town Hall on Monday, May 25, 2015 regarding Black Knot, a fungal disease which affects many species of trees. Everyone is welcome to attend this open house and learn about the City of Winnipeg's action plan on...

Dalhousie School Playground Renewal Underway

Dalhousie School Playground Renewal Underway

I am very pleased to be working with an ambitious group of parents and the Dalhousie School team towards renewing the playground for youth in our community. The Dalhousie playground connects to Dalhousie Forest and park where the City of Winnipeg has supported recent...

Changes coming to King’s Park

Changes coming to King’s Park

Changes Coming to King's Park:  Just over three months on the job and I am finding it to be a very challenging and rewarding experience.  The St. Norbert ward is home to 53,444 residents living in 14 unique communities.   READ MORE:  The Sou'Wester - February...

Looking at Green Space Options in River Park South

Looking at Green Space Options in River Park South

Looking at Green Space Options in River Park South: It may be the end of the road, but two local councillors are hoping it could be the beginning of something.   Coun. Brian Mayes (St. Vital) and Coun. Janice Lukes (St. Norbert) have been speaking to The Lance about...

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South Winnipeg-St.Norbert Ward
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