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Shopping for a change: Using GIS to Measure the Food Security Impact of a New Downtown Grocery Store
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2015-05-13)
This is presentation was given at the Association of Assessing Officers of Manitoba: Sympo15 on Thursday May 13 2015. The overall purpose was to illustrate how GIS can be used to measure the food security impact of a ...
Downtown Winnipeg: Developments and Investments, 2005-2015 UPDATE
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2015-11-23)
This UPDATE revisits our previous downtown Winnipeg work, bringing the analysis to 2015. We have re-catalogued and mapped developments with improved information, taking note of new development planned while removing a few ...
Downtown Winnipeg: Demographics, Population Density, and Grocery Store Locations
This map presents an overview of demographics and population density and compares it to the location of downtown grocery stores.
Where's Downtown? Varying Geographic Definitions of Winnipeg's Downtown and Inner City, 1947-2004
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2016-07-27)
This series of maps was created to provide a basic overview of how downtown Winnipeg has been defined over time and by different organizations. These definitions of downtown were downloaded from the Manitoba Land Initiative ...
Living in the Red: Exploring Winnipeg's Debt-scape
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2015-04-02)
Canadian households are now deeper in debt than at any time since Statistics Canada began collecting debtor data in 1961. Debt, payment delinquency, and bankruptcy are increasingly a part of the lives of the young, the ...
Downtown Winnipeg: Developments and Investments, 2005 - 2013
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2013)
This IUS In-Brief explores the rapid upswing in investment in Winnipeg's downtown over the last eight years by collecting and mapping the changes that have taken place during this frenzied period of development.