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From Controversy to Celebration: How the 1995 Relocation of Marcien Lemay's Riel from the Manitoba Legislature to Saint Boniface Impacted Its Public Reception
(Institute of Urban Studies, University of Winnipeg, 2022-06)
In 1970, when the Manitoba government commissioned a statue of Louis Riel, one of Canada’s most significant (and most contentious) historical figures, the public expected a certain level of controversy. Commemorating an ...
Divided Prairie Neighbourhood: West Broadway’s Story of Hope, Challenge, and Resiliency
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2020-12)
Gain, Loss, and Change: The Impact of Condos on Winnipeg Neighbourhoods
Since their introduction the late 1960s, condominiums have become a significant feature of Winnipeg’s housing market. Condominiums in Winnipeg however, present particular characteristics compared to other Canadian cities ...
Winnipeg’s Pandemic Response: Supporting Persons at Risk or Experiencing Homelessness
(Institute of Urban Studies, The University of Winnipeg, 2022-12)