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Welcome to the Exchange District Neighbourhood

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The Exchange District is bounded by the Red River on the east, James Avenue, Lily Street, Market Avenue, Main Street, William Avenue, Princess Street and Ross Avenue on the north, the back lane on the west side of Princess Street on the west and Notre Dame Avenue, the east lot limit on the east side of Albert Street and Lombard Avenue on the south.

It has become one of Winnipeg's most famous neighbourhoods, with street fairs, festivals, concerts and other event occurring regularly and bringing people to the downtown.

CNR Mainline Bridge over the Red

Spans North St. Boniface and Exchange District

Parc ElzŽar Goulet Park

Portage and Main and Exchnge District in the background

135 Lombard Ave

135 Lombard Ave

Lombard Ave, north side looking west from Westbrook St

167 Lombard Ave

Bannatyne Ave east of Main St

179 Bannatyne Ave

Albert St north of Notre Dame Ave

Exchange District and Central Park from roof of 54 Arthur St

54 Arthur St

Albert St south of Bannatyne Ave

Red River College, Princess Street Campus

140 Princess St

Portage and Main from roof of 254 Portage Ave

201 Portage Ave

Junction of Par

Stephen Juba Park

339 Waterfront Dr

Flower bed

Stephen Juba Park

65 Bannatyne Ave

Theatre District Sculpture

Water Front Drive

339 Waterfront Dr

Walking path in Waterfront Park by Grain Is King Sculpture

Water Front Drive

339 Waterfront Dr

Grain Is King Sculpture

Water Front Drive

339 Waterfront Dr

Flower planter

Water Front Drive

339 Waterfront Dr

Flower bed

Water Front Drive

339 Waterfront Dr

Flower bed

Water Front Drive

339 Waterfront Dr

Flower bed

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.

Red River Community College - Princess Street Campus

160 Princess Ave

Winnipeg's largest technical college - the Princess Street campus is located in Winnipeg's historical Exchange District.

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