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The city of Winnipeg is the capital and largest city of the province of Manitoba. Known as the "Gateway to the West", Winnipeg is a railway and transportation hub with a diversified economy.
The Winnipeg transit system offers a comprehensive bus service, and a monthly transport pass will set you back approximately $100 CAD per month.
If you prefer cycling, you’ll be pleased to know that there is an extensive bike path network covering large sections of the city. And, thanks to the famously-flat prairie land, you’ll never have to worry about navigating any tricky hills.
The area is also served by Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport, located about a 15 minute drive west from downtown or 30 minutes via public transit.
Residents of Winnipeg experience a cold winter and a warm summer. Being far inland, Winnipeg’s climate is extremely seasonal - even by Canadian standards. The average January highs are around −11 °C (12 °F), while average July highs are 26 °C (79 °F).
Winnipeg Real Estate
The Winnipeg real estate market features a variety of homes for sale. This diverse market features a mix of single-family homes, both attached and detached. Our Winnipeg listings also feature condos, apartments and townhouses.
Winnipeg is one of the most affordable large cities in Canada, thanks to housing costs being less than the Canadian average and some of the lowest electricity rates in North America.
So, if you're planning on living in an affordable, sophisticated and welcoming city, Winnipeg is a great place to start your search!
Things To Do In Winnipeg
Perhaps one of the best things about living in Winnipeg is that there’s always something fun and interesting to do, no matter what your interests are.
With a thriving arts and culture community, Winnipeg has gained a reputation as one of Canada's best cities for arts and culture. The vibrant nightlife in combination with world-class cuisines, festivals, museums, galleries and international retailers, make Winnipeg an exciting city to call home.
The city’s heart is The Forks, a historic site at the intersection of the Red and Assiniboine rivers. This lively area features warehouses converted to shops and restaurants, as well as lots of green space that is commonly used for festivals, concerts and exhibits.
Nearby, the Exchange District is known for its well-preserved, early 20th-century architecture and numerous art galleries.
If you’re a sports fan, you’ll never be too far from some live action. Living in Winnipeg means you’ll be sharing a city with the 2019 Canadian Football League (CFL) Gray Cup champions, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. If hockey is more your thing, the city’s beloved Jets represent the region in the National Hockey League (NHL).
If you enjoy a round of golf, there’s lots of courses located just outside the city. One of the most popular is Crescent Drive Golf Course - which is also close to the hugely popular Thermëa Spa. This is the perfect place to come to unwind, recover and enjoy the facilities which include 4 outdoor baths, saunas and a restaurant and lounge.
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