A southern-style chicken restaurant will open up at The Forks next week for two days only.
Vancouver-based DownLow Chicken Shack will serve up finger-lickin’ goodness at Muddy Waters on September 22-23.
WINNIPEG — A popular pathway at The Forks has been named to honour the city’s Indigenous heritage.
The South Point pathway is now known as Niizhoziibean, meaning two rivers in Ojibway, and is located near where the Red and Assiniboine rivers meet.
WINNIPEG — The Forks has hopped aboard a partnership with CN for the new naming rights to its entertainment stage and field.
Now known as CN Stage and Field, the area will continue to serve as a platform for year-round public programming at the site. The venue previously held the name Scotiabank Stage after a long-time sponsorship by the bank.
By David Klassen
WINNIPEG — A new mural at The Forks is honouring the late founder of Sk8 Skates for his community activism and helping to pioneer Winnipeg’s skateboard scene.
Jai Pereira is being remembered as the Graffiti Gallery marks its 20th anniversary with London-based artist Mr Cenz in the city to complete a mural at The Plaza Skateboard Park.
Kickflip your way into summer with free skateboard lessons at The Forks.
From now until August 26, lessons are being offered at the Plaza Skatepark with pros from Sk8 Skate and the Winnipeg Skateboarding Outreach Organization.
Looking for somewhere to belt out your Canadian patriotism on July 1? A handful of local Canada Day celebrations are planned across Winnipeg. Wherever you decide to celebrate, there’s something for everyone.
Here are a few options to help you navigate Canada’s birthday bash.