Winnipeggers skated into the record books on Sunday, forming the longest “chain” on ice to break a Guinness World Record.
The CancerCare Manitoba Foundation is looking for 400 winter-loving Winnipeggers to lace up and form a human ice-skating chain.
The charitable arm of CancerCare Manitoba is attempting to break a Guinness record for longest skating chain through an event called Chain for Change.
WINNIPEG — Skaters can now glide down the Assiniboine River from The Forks to the Osborne Street Bridge.
The Red River Mutual Trail opened its second leg of the trail on Tuesday to extend it to 1.5 kilometres.
Another Winnipeg skating trail is opening in time for the holidays.
The Terry Fox Fitness Trail opens Saturday at Assiniboine Park.
WINNIPEG — The duck pond skating rink is now open at Assiniboine Park.
The Assiniboine Park Conservancy says the adjacent duck pond shelter is also operational and includes accessible washrooms, picnic tables, rubber mats and a toasty fireplace. The shelter is open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
WINNIPEG — Time to dust off those ice skates that collected dust and cobwebs over the summer.
The Forks on Friday opened its popular canopy rink and began renting out skates for the season.
WINNIPEG — A relatively new winter attraction in Old Market Square will reopen on Thursday after unseasonably warm weather this past week.
The public skating rink in the Exchange District was installed earlier this winter as a feasibility study to test long-term effects to the Old Market Square landscape.
WINNIPEG — The Red River Mutual Trail has been extended all the way down to Hugo Docks on the Assiniboine River.
Officials with The Forks say it’s the first time the trail has reached that length since 2014.