We have detailed information for 69 Neighbourhoods in Winnipeg!
Finding the perfect balance in life can be a challenge. In Winnipeg you’ll find that balance -- a city that mixes business with pleasure, creativity with capability and opportunity with productivity.
Home to 740,000 people, Winnipeg is a culturally diverse mid-sized city represented by 100 ethnic groups speaking 80 different languages.
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The city’s diverse cultural make up shines brightly through the globally inspired cuisine found in almost every Winnipeg neighbourhood. With one of the highest restaurants per capita ratios in North America -- Winnipeg has over 1,100 restaurants, diners and delis specializing in any kind of cuisine you can think of, from regional Canadian fare to fiery hot dishes from the tropics to gourmet cuisine from award-winning chefs.
As the 2010 Culture Capital of Canada, Winnipeg is a city where people truly can experience a wide array of world-class arts and culture on every corner. Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre and Prairie Theatre Exchange, just to name a few, are some of the many arts organizations in the city.
Winnipeg is also proud to be home to the much-anticipated Canadian Museum for Human Rights. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is the first federal museum to be located outside of the nation’s capital. Its purpose is to engage visitors to learn, reflect and discuss human rights issues that people have faced throughout the years in Canada and across the world.
he site of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, The Forks, cannot be more fitting. For over 6,000 years, First Nations people have gathered at The Forks – a National Historical Site featuring 50 unique shops and restaurants.
An affordable housing market further enhances the quality of life in Winnipeg. Winnipeg enjoys one of the most diverse housing markets in Canada, with homes ranging from brand new, to previously unoccupied houses to charming older homes surrounded by large trees in established neighbourhoods.
(information provided through economicdevelopmentwinnipeg.com)
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