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When Winnipeg decided to rejuvenate its biggest green space, the city tapped the keepers of New York City's Central Park for ideas

The move reflects Moody’s concerns about a deterioration in the province’s financial metrics

The province’s inability to meet its balanced-budget targets could harm its credit rating

Rising exports to the U.S. and a recovering farming industry are good news. But weather and politics cloud the picture

Although the province's diverse economy adds stability, it is suffering from a range of issues that make strong GDP growth elusive

RBC will place its lion logo on some of the city's biggest buildings

Geoff Kirbyson

  • By: IE Staff
  • February 15, 2013 October 29, 2019
  • 00:00

The Keystone province continues its steady, stable growth. Yet, a few clouds are on the horizon, including lower global demand

It’s been a tough 12 months to be a fan of family-owned, hole-in-the-wall restaurants in Winnipeg. The challenge for these independent eateries, many of which have near-iconic status, is the spiralling cost of real estate – particularly in and around downtown – which makes it prohibitively expensive to move into an updated location. Prospective owners […]

Winnipeg's Sam Katz is facing a storm of controversy