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CITY GUIDE
WINNIPEG, MANITOBA

Winnipeg is the capital city of Manitoba and covers over 464 square kilometres in the southern portion of the province. It is located near the communities of Lockport, Oakbank, Headingley, and La Salle.

Aside from being Manitoba’s capital, Winnipeg is also its largest city, with over 700,000 residents. The city has an important history linked to the fur trade in Canada, as it is located where the Red River meets the Assiniboine River, which provided an excellent route for trading.

Numerous festivals are held in the city throughout the year, celebrating the its history and the cultural diversity of its people.

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Winnipeg, Manitoba
real estate market

Real Estate Market Overview

Compared to many large cities in Canada, Winnipeg is an affordable place to call home, with average housing prices ranging from $200,000 to $400,000. A mix of newer and older single-family homes and condo options can be found in the northern and central sections of the city. Vacant land is more common in the northern section, and commercial space tends to be more expensive in both sections. The southern section tends to have newer, larger homes, as well as some commercial, condo, and vacant land options.


Condo Market

Compared to many large cities in Canada, Winnipeg is an affordable place to call home, with average housing prices ranging from $200,000 to $400,000. A mix of newer and older single-family homes and condo options can be found in the northern and central sections of the city. Vacant land is more common in the northern section, and commercial space tends to be more expensive in both sections. The southern section tends to have newer, larger homes, as well as some commercial, condo, and vacant land options.

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Employment

Winnipeg’s largest industries include government, manufacturing, trade, healthcare and social assistance, and education. The city’s unemployment rate tends to sit at around 6% to 7%, which is close to the national rate. The largest government-related employers in the city, which employ close to 15% of Winnipeg’s workforce, include the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba Hydro, the Province of Manitoba, the Health Sciences Centre, the University of Manitoba, and the Royal Canadian Mint. Other large employers (private sector) include Nygard International, Great-West Life Assurance, Shaw Communications, and New Flyer Industries.


Transportation

Buses are the only public transportation option in Winnipeg, and are operated by the city-run Winnipeg Transit. The agency operates over 600 buses to service over 90 routes throughout the city, with all buses being accessible for those with mobility issues or baby strollers. Bus rapid transit is a more recent transportation development in the city, providing more efficient transport between various neighbourhoods and the city’s downtown. Winnipeg is also serviced by Greyhound (long-distance bus), VIA Rail (train), and the Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport.

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Schools

Schools

Winnipeg has seven school divisions, including River East Transcona School Division, Pembina Trails School Division, Winnipeg School Division, Seven Oaks School Division, Louis Riel School Division, St. James-Assiniboia School Division, and Division Scolaire Franco-Manitobaine. Most schools offer French immersion options, while some schools are completely French. The city also offers private school options.
Winnipeg’s post-secondary options include the University of Manitoba, the University of Winnipeg, Université de Saint-Boniface, the Canadian Mennonite University, Red River College, Booth University College, CDI College, Robertson College, Assiniboine Community College, Academy of Learning Career College, and Herzing College.


Family Life

The Forks is a National Historic Site of Canada and is located where the Red River meets the Assiniboine River. The site is significant because of its use by both First Nations and European settlers as a trading post and meeting place. Today, The Forks features restaurants, shops, a market, live entertainment, various events, a skateboarding park, a skating rink (in winter), and a number of interpretive areas.

Assiniboine Park is a large public park that offers greenspace, picnic facilities, restaurants, walking trails, a conservatory, a sculpture garden, duck ponds, playgrounds, a steam train, and the Assiniboine Park Zoo. The zoo features species from around the world, with its newest attraction being a unique polar bear exhibit.

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