'Street-level attention': Report on revitalizing Portage and Main coming Tuesday
A new and improved Portage and Main could be on the horizon,
New site for Transit garage elusive: city report
The City of Winnipeg is still searching for a site to replace Transit’s north garage, years after it began looking for one.
Derailment builds momentum for potential rail line relocation
A train derailment that temporarily closed a major artery in Winnipeg has resurrected discussions about relocating rail lines outside the city.
Plan to lure residential sites called sweeping
A potential change meant to attract more residential development has triggered concerns it could reduce public scrutiny and city council oversight on some projects.
On B.C. city's answer to speed up housing: Get Humans out of the way
City of Kelowna staff believe they have found an effective and innovative way to improve and expedite the permitting process: artificial intelligence.
Forget boundaries, construction group urges
It’s time for a repositioning of Manitoba’s role in the global trade network, the province’s construction advocates say.
Municipal Board sides with sand company
The Manitoba Municipal Board has ended a protracted zoning dispute between the RM of Springfield and Sio Silica Corp.
Council gives True North option to buy Portage Place land, parkade
The company that owns the Winnipeg Jets now has city council’s blessing to consider buying the beleaguered Portage Place mall.
Winnipeg Jets owner True North considering purchase of Portage Place mall
The real estate division of True North Sports and Entertainment is considering a purchase of downtown Winnipeg's beleaguered Portage Place mall to redevelop it into a mixed-use building.
City eyes sharing inflation risks in sewage contracts
The City of Winnipeg could try to prevent the cost of a sewage mega project from soaring higher by sharing some of the financial risk to build it.