North End is just north of downtown and the CPR railway yards, and south of Inkster Boulevard, and is bound on the west by the busy Keewatin St, and on the east by the Red River. This area has many older homes and contains historical Point Douglas, where the first settlers lived, and includes a culturally diverse population. Other neighbourhoods in this community include William Whyte, Dufferin, St John's, Inkster Faraday, Robertson, and Burrows Central. The area is well served with the Health Sciences Centre at its southwest edge.
The North End neighbourhood has approximately 13,500 homes. Please see the Interactive Property Map for more information.
This area falls into the Winnipeg School Division. This division offers an English/Hebrew and English /Ukrainian program, and various languages are offered in after-school programs. The community has several private schools such as; Holy Ghost School, Immaculate Heart of Mary, St. Aidans Christian School and St. Raphael's Academy. The Winnipeg School Division serves a total of twenty schools, ten elementary schools, four elementary/middle schools, two middle schools, and four high schools. The community is in close proximity to the University of Winnipeg’s downtown campus.
The area is close to downtown to the south and has McPhillips St on the west, though most of McPhillips’ shopping malls lie north of Inkster Blvd.
The area has a number of parks, the largest of which are the Old Exhibition Grounds, and St. John’s Park along the river. The community also has an outdoor and two indoor pools, and 4 indoor arenas. The McPhillips Street Station casino is just across McPhillips Street. The community is also home to the Ukrainian Museum of Canada and the Ivan Franco Museum.
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