This is a listing of Winnipeg resources, many from the City of Winnipeg’s excellent site, as well as many other good Winnipeg sites.

Note: When you click on a link you will open a new browser window, close it when you wish to return. 

City of Winnipeg Home Page
The City of Winnipeg has on-line information for much of its services and a vast array of city information. See the index for an alphabetical overview. Visit the City of Winnipeg Home Page

Down Town Winnipeg Biz
This site provides an overview of the programs and events that have been put in place by the Downtown Winnipeg Business Improvement Zone (BIZ) to make “Winnipeg Downtown the place to work, do business, live, shop and enjoy”. Visit the Down Town Winnipeg Biz

Fort Whyte Alive
Fort Whyte Alive is one of Canada’s premier privately operated, non-profit, outdoor education and recreation facilities. Just 20 minutes from the heart of Manitoba’s capital, Winnipeg, Fort Whyte features over 400 acres of woodlands, wetlands, grasslands and lakes. The buildings and select trails are wheelchair accessible. They have Older Adult Programs. Visit the Fort Whyte Alive

Lawn Bowling
BOWLS MANITOBA. Drop by your Neighbourhood Club and give it a try – TODAY! It’s a lot like curling on grass, only MUCH WARMER. Visit Lawn Bowling
run by the Manitoba telecom Services (MTS- Sympatico, a nice mix of:news, entertainment, sports, weather, lotteries, movie and event listings. Complete with obligatory advertsing. Visit

Murals of Winnipeg
A Website devoted to the Murals and Outdoor Art of our fair City of Winnipeg and the Artists who render them. Great site! Visit the Murals of Winnipeg

Winnipeg Free Press
Yes, even the newspaper is online! Recently, the Free Press has limited access to the site. Everyone can see items in grey at the bottom of the left navigation column. 7 day subscribers have full access. Visit the Winnipeg Free Press

Winnipeg Transit
schedules and maps, handi-transit info, Telebus and more. Not the most intuitive for schedules: after you choose a route, look at a map, then see the timetable. Telebus may give you more accurate times. Visit Winnipeg Transit

Winnipeg Art Gallery
Established in 1912, the Winnipeg Art Gallery is Western Canada’s oldest public art gallery, mandated to develop and maintain Manitoba’s visual arts heritage. As one of Canada’s leading galleries, it collects and exhibits works of art by Manitoba, Canadian, and international artists. Visit the Winnipeg Art Gallery