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Welcome to the Portage & Main Neighbourhood

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The Portage and Main neighbourhood is bounded by Lombard Avenue on the north, the rear lot boundary for 201 Main Street and 205 Portage Avenue and Fort Street on the west, Graham Avenue and Water Avenue on the south and the east lot limit on the east side of Westbrook Street and Mill Street on the east.

Manitoba Telephone System Building

166 Portage Ave E

Tetra Tech Building

161 Portage Ave E

Back lane, Portage Ave E

Parc ElzŽar Goulet Park

Portage and Main and Exchnge District in the background

Portage and Main

CanWest Place

201 Portage Ave

Grain Exchange Building through parkade, Lombard Ave

Portage Ave E, east of Main St

175 Portage Ave E

Bank of Montreal

335 Main St

Portage and Main from roof of 254 Portage Ave

201 Portage Ave

Junction of Par

Portage and Main

200 Portage Ave

Flower beds at Portage and Main

Portage and Main

200 Portage Ave

Flower beds at Portage and Main

Portage and Main

200 Portage Ave

Flower beds at Portage and Main

Portage and Main

200 Portage Ave

Flower beds at Portage and Main

The corner of Portage and Main

201 Portage Ave

The geographic centre of the North American continent

Continental climate with four distinct seasons

191 Pioneer Ave

We're famous for our hot summers (average +26C) and equally known for our icy winters (average -12C). One constant here is sunshine: Winnipeg is one of Canada's sunniest cities.

View of Downtown Winnipeg from the Forks

The Forks is a prime meeting place where the Red and Assiniboine Rivers join in the heart of Winnipeg

Welcome to Winnipeg!

The heart of the continent and home to more than 100 ethnic groups defining our city as a hub of diversity. Our diversity contributes to the international essence and welcoming spirit of our city

The Provencher Bridge

50 Provencher Blvd

A pair of bridges - one for vehicular traffic and the other for pedestrians, cyclists and other recreational users. The pedestrian bridge, called the Esplanade Riel, also includes at its centre, a tower with commercial space at its base. This was a new feature for bridges in North America at the time of its construction and opening in 2004.

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