1105 St Mary's Road
Winnipeg, MB R3M 3T6
Phone: (204) 256-4315
Fax: (204) 255-1851
Wildwood Park is a beautiful little community with refreshing green space, playgrounds and parks. The unique thing about this is that there are no front roads in the community. Only back roads, alleys and communal wakways are present.
The University of Manitoba lies on the outskirts of the city, along the southern fringes. The first Canadian university to offer research intensive educational programs, this institute is also the only university in the province to offer post-higher secondary education. The university has two exquisite campuses, the Bannatyne Campus and the Fort Garry Campus, besides its several affiliations in local colleges and institutes. With an annual enrollment of around 26,000 odd students each semester, the University of Manitoba is one of the most sorted after educational institutes for its excellence in quality and the 131 years of rich heritage.
Offers emergency, surgical, birth, surgery, mental health and critical care. Affiliated with the University of Manitoba's nursing faculty. There is plenty of pay parking available on site as well as free parking on side streets.
The Government of Canada heavily regulates alcohol and Winnipeg is no exception. There are twenty-three locations which purchase spirits and wine in Winnipeg and the best way to find out the locations to purchase these beverages is to visit this office, the Manitoba Liquor Control Commission office, website or look in the Yellow Pages. A wide variety of beer is also available at these stores, but unless a specific import is required, you may want to patronize a local beer vendor for your ale needs. Check website for more details.
Osborne Digital is characterized by numerous high-quality terminals and a fast Internet connection. Osborne Cybercafe is one of the few efficient Internet areas and the knowledgeable and friendly staff are able to help with almost any question you might have. It provides a range of facilities from printing to computer repair and faxing. Call ahead for more details.
Second largest hospital in Manitoba; emergency medicine, surgery, woman and children services, mental health services, ambulance service, and parking available adjacent to or near the building.
With a congregation that was formed in 1880, Shaarey Zedek Synagogue is one of the oldest Jewish worship homes in Winnipeg. The first synagogue of this community was erected in 1890, on King street. In 1950 it moved to its current location on Wellington Crescent, on the southern bank of the Assiniboine River. Made of light gray stone, the structure features beautiful stained glass windows, which were styled by Leo Mol.
Founded in 1971, Unicity Taxi has numerous well-maintained vehicles and is the largest taxi service in the city. Of the many taxi companies operating here, this is probably the only one that provides good service at an affordable price. Unicity Taxi also provides transportation to individuals and corporations. Drivers who work here know the surrounding area well and will take you to your destination in the shortest time. You can also avail of their gift certificate facility, out-of-town service and pre-arranged pickups for groups. Check website for more details.
Miserconcordia Health Center handles serious but not life threatening injuries. This hospital has strengths on community health, palliative care, pregnant and nursing mothers and geriatric medicine. Parking is available on side streets.
The Splash Dash Water Services fleet runs out of the Forks Historic Port, allowing passengers to ride the waves of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers. In addition to a regular waterbus service, there are cruise boat charters, canoe rentals, canoe adventures, and school tours available. Located beside the Forks Market, it is steps away from Forks attractions like Johnston Terminal and Explore Manitoba Center. Visit website for more information.
The Union Station / Winnipeg Railway Station (Canadian National) is an inter city train station located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The historic train station building was built in Beaux-Arts style of architecture in 1908 by Wetmore and Warren. The train station underwent extensive restoration in 2011, and is now used by two trains, namely, the Toronto-Vancouver Canadian, and the Winnipeg – Churchill train.
Mainstays of River City tourism, the Paddlewheel River Rouge Tours offer a variety of daily sightseeing tours, dance cruises and charters. It starts from the Forks Market, where the Red and Assiniboine Rivers meet, and you can see Winnipeg from the water. This company also offers bus tours; a double-Decker bus takes you to historic sights like Lower Fort Garry and the Legislative Building. Free pick-up and return is offered to downtown hotels and there are sightseeing tours with lectures offered. Call ahead for more details.