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Mixed-use project begins to rise in Winnipeg

Ground has broken on a mixed-use project to be located at Winnipeg’s Confusion Corner, a site that receives more daily traffic than any other in the city.
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SkyCity aims to revitalize downtown Winnipeg

Fortress Real Developments is entering the Winnipeg market with SkyCity Centre, which was designed by a team of consultants and designers to change the landscape
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Adgar acquires five office buildings in Canada

Adgar Investments & Development Inc. has acquired five office buildings, four in Ontario and one in Manitoba.
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REMI Network

LREIT agrees to sell Winnipeg apartment towers

Lanesborough Real Estate Investment Trust (LREIT) announced that it has agreed to sell Colony Square in downtown Winnipeg, MB for $70.25 million.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

Manitoba government invests in public facilities

Manitoba’s government announced that it is investing more than $1-million in improving public and not-for-profit community facilities.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

Manitoba food centre to feed 500 people weekly

The NorWest Co-op Community Food Centre has officially opened in Winnipeg, Man., becoming the first facility of its kind in the city. Operated by the NorWest Co-op Community Health Centre (NorWest) in partnership with Community Food Centres Canada, the centre will help feed approximately 500 Winnipeg residents per week.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

Manitoba Museum exhibit space to double in size

Alloway Hall, the Manitoba Museum’s main exhibition gallery, is set to receive a $5.3-million expansion and renovations to nearly double its size. Funded by the federal and provincial governments as well as the Winnipeg Foundation, the project is the first phase in the museum’s major Capital Renewal Plan.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

Manitoba ACCESS centre enters construction

The Government of Manitoba has invested $8.9-million into the construction and development of a new bilingual ACCESS centre in St. Boniface, Man., scheduled for completion in summer 2016. ACCESS centres offer health and social services to community residents. These include public health, primary care, mental health, employment and income assistance, early learning and child care, children’s disability, community living disability, and home care services.