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DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING IN THE MEDIA

On Foot and Underground at Canada’s Crossroads. Ian Austin. New York Times. 26 October 2018. (Portage and Main)

Winnipeggers to decide what the future holds for Portage and Main. CBC News, The National.  23 October 2018. (Portage and Main)

'The forest is gone': City reviewing removal of last trees from forest on Parker Lands - Fulton Grove developer says he didn't need a permit to remove trees. Shane Gibson. CBC News. 13 October 2018 (Parker Lands)

Power at the Perimeter: Recent residential growth has brought much-needed vibrancy to Winnipeg's downtown, but unbridled development to the city's edges and beyond creates very different priorities for civic election candidates. Ben Waldman. Winnipeg Free Press. 28 September 2018. (Suburban electoral power)

'Got to have some courage': Getting support for big public projects a challenge in Winnipeg, experts say.  CBC News. 16 September 2018. (Portage and Main)

True North deal to scrap affordable housing requirement sets a disturbing precedent: advocate. Austin Grabish. CBC News 16 September 2018. (True North Square)

No one showed us what Portage and Main could become — so it will stay the same, urban planners say. Ian Froese, CBC News. 12 September 2018. (Portage and Main)

Mayoral candidate Motkaluk wants to spend $581M to expand, electrify transit fleet. Bartley Kives. CBC News.  14 August 2018. (Transit)

'A desperate time:' Why Portage and Main was closed to pedestrians in the first place. Darren Bernhardt. CBC News. 1 July 2018. (Portage and Main)

Can't imagine what a pedestrian-friendly Portage and Main would be like? Here's a glimpse.  Darren Bernhardt. CBC News. 9 June 2018. (Portage and Main)

Editorial: High hopes for a low-rise downtown. Winnipeg Free Press, 23 April 2018. (Urban Design Studio 2018 – Downtown Redevelopment)

Getting to the core of the matter: Architecture students offer vision to attract thousands of residents downtown.  Winnipeg Free Press 18 April 2018. B1 (Urban Design Studio 2018 – Downtown Redevelopment)