WINNIPEG — Incumbent mayoral candidate Brian Bowman wants Winnipeg to be a city recognized as a leader for human rights.
During a campaign policy announcement Friday on the roof of the parkade The Forks, Bowman pledged to create a Human Rights Committee of Council to increasingly focus and prioritize the city’s work on human rights.
WINNIPEG — City community centres could see an injection of cash of incumbent Mayor Brian Bowman is re-elected next month.
During a policy announcement Monday at Waverley Heights Community Centre, Bowman pledged to increase the budget for the city’s community centre renovation grant program from $965,000 a year to $2 million annually for five years.
A group of 30 Winnipeg middle school students met with Mayor Brian Bowman on Monday to present ideas for a temporary art installation to be built in the Spence neighbourhood this summer.
The idea is part of YouthStudio 2018, a pilot project designed to empower local youth to become stewards in their communities. The youth took part in a two-day crash course in landscape design and related topics at HTFC Planning & Design in May as part of their preparations. The students brainstormed ideas to activate a space at the corner of Sherbrook Street and Cumberland Avenue.