The discussion around reopening Portage and Main to pedestrians has become one of the hot-button topics of the 2018 Winnipeg election.
Stay up-to-date with the latest news coverage, opinion pieces, and concepts surrounding the discussion, and use our handy infographics to spread the word about how an open, accessible intersection will have long-lasting benefits for the City of Winnipeg.
- Reopening Portage and Main would be good for downtown and suburbs
- Failure to open Portage and Main will hurt city: biz owners
- Development at Portage and Main impeded by closed intersection, owners say
- A desperate time:’ Why Portage and Main was closed to pedestrians in the first place
- Winnipeg’s $10M question is more about politicking than Portage and Main
- City hires consultant to improve Portage and Main concourse
- Corner at a crossroads
- For women, opening Portage and Main is a safety issue
- City to go ahead with contract on Portage and Main underground concourse
- Word on the street: A guide to reopening Portage and Main to pedestrians
- City holding off on Portage and Main intersection work
- An ‘identity war’ at the crossroads of Canada: Winnipeg debates reopening Portage and Main to pedestrians
- Portage and Main contract on hold until after civic election
- Community stakeholders in favour of re-opening Portage and Main, join forces to launch ‘Yes’ campaign
- Portage and Main changes a ‘vanity project’ for Brian Bowman, says rival
- Voting against opening Portage and Main won’t save city money, says ‘yes’ coalition
- Coalition for Portage & Main, sets up shop at … Portage and Main
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Together we can make Portage and Main an intersection for everyone to enjoy. Check out our volunteer page for ways you can get involved.