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City Of Winnipeg

Located in the heart of Canada.

The city’s geographical location provides a true four-season climate. Summer days are long and hot allowing Winnipegers a chance to enjoy their close proximity of beaches and cabins to the north and west of the city. Spring and Fall are the favourite season’s of many Manitoban’s as the seasons changes can offer stunning, natural beauty.


Skating on the Assiniboine River near Osborne Village

In winter, Winnipegers enjoy cross country skiing and skating in numerous parks including the tradition of skating along the Red and Assiniboine rivers in the heart of city along the longest natural skating trail in the world.

A perfectly sized modern capital city.

The metropolitan area has a population of approx 770,000 people and with over 40 cultural groups represented it truly offers a diverse cultural experience. There is a vibrant arts community and a rich tradition of festivals.


MTS Centre

The city is large enough to provide a full selection of cultural experiences as well as a National Hockey League Team ( Winnipeg Jets ) and professional football team ( Winnipeg Blue Bombers ).

Alternatively the city is small enough to provide a low cost of living. The small geographical size of the city provides shorter transportation times than other major centres.

Winnipeg has one of the most affordable housing markets in Canada. According to CMHC the average home price in Winnipeg is $276,000.

The housing market is highlighted by steady and stable growth without the extreme fluctuations as seen in other markets in the country.

For further information on Winnipeg real estate market please see CMHC Fall 2014 market report.

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