How the Feds Could Push Cities to Build More Homes — with a Carrot or Stick
From local zoning to community consultations, there are plenty of ways cities are hitting the brakes on residential construction, even as Canada faces a significant housing shortage.
Betting on the promise of Pembina
Pemby site designed so it ‘takes advantage of the area’s surroundings’
Manitoba plans to use wind power to double or triple energy-generating capacity over next 2 decades
Future hydro-electric dams likely too costly, despite growing demand for electricity
Worker dies after high levels of carbon monoxide found in home under construction
A worker at a home under construction in Winnipeg has died after high levels of carbon monoxide were detected inside.
Highland Pointe approaches another milestone
Phase 2 of the 400-acre housing development near the north perimeter is expected to be complete by the end of summer
Roots of conflict between developer, Winnipeg city councillor date back 14 years
River Heights Coun. John Orlikow vowed to take time developing Parker lands after city hall 'rush job' in 2009
Inflation impacting developments in Winnipeg
MHBA President & CEO Lanny McInnes on how inflation has impacted the construction industry
Tower-ing opportunity in St. Boniface
Water Tower District development set for former Canada Packers site
Provincial money to help city reduce sewer backups, pollution
Manitoba is flowing more cash to the City of Winnipeg to stem chances of sewage backing up into basements and the Red River in southwest Winnipeg.
Former Winnipeg CAO Phil Sheegl loses appeal, must pay $1.1M for accepting bribe from police HQ contractor
Former Winnipeg chief administrative officer Phil Sheegl has lost his appeal of a Court of King's Bench ruling that found he accepted a bribe from the contractor responsible for the city's police headquarters.