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Fort Rouge

Fort Rouge is located in the south-central part of the city, it is bounded on the north by the Assiniboine River, on the east and south by the Red River. This area was built around 1900, and has a population density double the city’s average. Fort Rouge includes neighbourhood's Crescentwood (see page), Lord Roberts (see page), Corydon Village, and Osborne Village.

Fort Rouge makes up a community of 3,600 homes. Please see the Interactive Property Map for more information.

For the lifestyle choice of condominiums, Fort Rouge offers many condo community choices, with styles to suit every taste and budget. They are located throughout the area with easy access to all the amenities and transportation offered in this neighbourhood.

Winnipeg School Division manages the Fort Rouge community which includes 9 schools. There are 7 elementary schools; Earl Grey School (N-8); Fort Rouge School (N-6); Gladstone School (N-6); Grosvenor School (N-6); Harrow School (N-6); Lord Roberts Community School (K-6); Rockwood School (N-6) and two high schools; Kelvin High School (9-12) Grant Park High School (7-12). There are also 3 private schools in Fort Rouge including St. Ignatius School (K-8), St Mary's Academy (7-12), and Westgate Mennonite Collegiate (7-12).

To the north, on the Assiniboine and Red River, you can ice skate in the wintertime. The neighbourhood is also home to the Winnipeg Winter Club and the Winnipeg Squash & Racquet Club. There are also many community centres which provide indoor and outdoor activities for all ages and a lot of beautiful parks to roam around and enjoy.

Corydon Ave has a number of the city’s nicest restaurants and shops. The larger streets, which also channel traffic to and from the downtown core, also have numerous stores and services. In the community’s southwest is the Grant Park Shopping Centre, one of the city’s largest

This area has abundant recreational opportunities. For the culturally minded, there is live theatre in Osborne Village, and many bars there have live bands. Grant Park has a movie theatre multiplex, and beside the mall is Grant Park, which is home to the Pan Am Pool and Athletic Grounds, as well as the Aquatic Hall of Fame Museum.

Local Attractions

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Open House on Saturday August 31st, 1 pm - 3 pm.  Brand new 1400 SF 3 Bdr, 2 Bath Home at 15 Jayden Sierra Drive. Quality construction by local builder Blake Metcalfe.  Full access to the Winnipeg River from the creek this home is located on.  A Must See!!! Read More...
Posted by David Forsyth on 2013-08-29

Construction and Expansion

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If you have a cottage on the East side of the Winnipeg River or if you are a local resident living on this side, then you a probably wondering what's is happening with single lane closure that occur in late August. Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation reports a detailed inspection of the Winnipeg River bridge on PR 313 north of Lac du Bonnet has identified structural issues requiring a partial ... Read More...
Posted by David Forsyth on 2013-11-17

Community Events

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Lac du Bonnets Annual Ice Fishing Derby will take place on March 8, 2014 from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm.  This is a fantastic event for the whole family.  Top prize is $10,000.00, so it is definitely worth making the trip out to Lac du Bonnet and giving it a try.  Go to this link for more details:   http://www.lacdubonnetchamber.com/derby.html Read More...
Posted by David Forsyth on 2014-02-12
Open House weekend in Tyndall Manitoba Saturday September 28 11:30am - 1pm 56 Pierson Drive Saturday September 28  1pm - 3pm 29 Lea Place   Sunday September 29 1p,-3pm 38 Ash Avenue   Come on down and take a look at all or one! Read More...
Posted by Susan Greschuk on 2013-09-24

Market Reports and Conditions

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This has been an incredibly late fall season in Lac du Bonnet.  I would say that our summer has been extended by almost 3 weeks.  Last week the thermometer hit 26 degrees Celsius.  A heat wave in September!  This has been great for all us water freaks as even the water temp is still excellent for swimming or other water sports.  Plus the fishing is still great! Still lot's ... Read More...
Posted by David Forsyth on 2013-09-29
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