WINNIPEG — The third phase of a colourful cycle track is now open at The Forks.
The rainbow-inspired track runs east-west alongside the sidewalk between the City building and the railcars near the plaza parking lot.
WINNIPEG — Kayak and canoe traffic now have a place to dock at The Forks with the installation of a new kayak launch.
The launch is located on the western-most finger dock in the Historic Port area, meant to make arriving at The Forks more accessible to paddlers.
It’s one of the first places Mayor Brian Bowman is likely to snap a selfie for his Instagram later this week.
Winnipeg is getting a new, giant sign at The Forks to tell visitors that they’re, well, in Winnipeg.
A case of apparent road rage has a 31-year-old Winnipeg woman facing charges.
Police say she was leaving The Forks on Canada Day at around 11:30 p.m. when she didn’t want to wait for pedestrians to cross the street. Cadets had held back traffic as part of the celebrations to ensure everyone on foot could clear the area first.
WINNIPEG — With the largest Canada Day celebrations in the city happening at The Forks on Saturday, Winnipeg police suggest those attending leave their vehicles at home.
“Parking will be at a premium in and around The Forks. Consider car-pooling with friends or family, walking or cycling, or taking public transit to help reduce congestion and delays,” police said in a release on Thursday.
Canada’s 150th birthday is being celebrated far and wide this year, including locally in Winnipeg across Manitoba. Here’s what’s happening to ring in our country’s special day on Saturday, July 1.
Canada Day’s biggest celebration in Winnipeg will be at The Forks, as Canada 150 festivities take over the city’s busiest tourist spot. Whitehorse headlines the main stage, with over 50 local acts booked to perform on five stages.
By Sarah Klein
A new Manitoba Public Insurance campaign wants to get the message out to motorists to leave a safe distance when passing cyclists.
The “Please Leave Space to Breathe” campaign suggests a distance of one metre between a vehicle and cyclist on the road.
WINNIPEG — A new pathway in Point Douglas now connects residents to the Exchange District, downtown, and all the way to The Forks.
Go To the Waterfront is a $418,000 pilot project funded by the province, which includes improved lighting and seating along the existing pathway to extend its hours of use.
Loveable Winnipeg coffee shop Fools + Horses Coffee Co. is ready to grind beans at its newest location at The Forks.
The kiosk, opening on Monday, mirrors The Common and will be located at the opposite end of the food hall.