WINNIPEG — Entries are open for the 2019 warming huts competition at The Forks.
Architects and design teams are being invited to submit their proposals to the Warming Huts: An Art + Architecture Competition on Ice.
WINNIPEG — Crews are making progress clearing city streets after a late winter storm dumped about 25 centimetres of snow on Winnipeg early Monday.
Back lane plowing began Tuesday and spot sanding and salting are also underway to improve traction.
After about 25 centimetres of snow fell on Winnipeg between overnight Sunday into Monday, the city is preparing for the first residential plow of the season.
Crews will begin Wednesday evening, therefore putting a residential parking ban into effect at 7 p.m. that evening.
WINNIPEG — Southern Manitoba awoke Monday to a blast of winter, closing schools, cancelling buses and making the morning commute a headache for motorists.
The city received about 25 centimetres of snow overnight, which began falling at around 10 p.m. Sunday. Southwestern Manitoba could be in store for up to 40 centimetres by the time the Colorado low system moves out of the province.
A snowfall warning was issued early Sunday for Winnipeg and much of southern Manitoba as a Colorado low prepares to move into the province.
Environment Canada says 15 to 20 centimetres of snow is expected to fall today through Monday. However, the forecast office warns localized regions could see between 20 to 25 centimetres.
WINNIPEG — Before it melts away for the season, Ice Castles will host a group of health and wellness enthusiasts for yoga on Sunday.
Dozens of people are expected to attend the courtyard of the frozen spectacle created at The Forks Parks Canada site to participate in the charity event.
Parking will be prohibited on snow routes between midnight and 7 a.m. starting Sunday overnight into Monday morning.