Living in Winnipeg
Experience art and music in the historic Exchange District—a 20 city block area comprised of over 150 heritage buildings; and attend a concert at The Cube (a state of the art open air performance venue) in Old Market Square.
Explore our art, or the culture at one of Winnipeg’s many festivals, including Folklorama, the world’s largest and longest running festival, or meet with friends at The Forks, a famous gathering place home to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. With more than 100 languages and nationalities represented throughout the region, Winnipeg is known as the “cultural cradle of Canada” offering great dining experiences with over 1,100 restaurants and 50 types of cuisines to choose from.
Stay energized with local and professional sports teams, including the Winnipeg Jets (NHL hockey), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (football), Winnipeg Gold Eyes (Baseball), and many community recreational teams.
Relax in nature with tranquil green spaces, parks and trails at Assiniboine Park, which has over 100 acres of green space located in the heart of the city. Embrace the winter spirit and try ice-skating on over six kilometres of skating trail or snowshoeing through one of the city’s many community parks.
There are many private or shared accommodations available for rent in close proximity to MITT campuses. Try using an online search tool such as the Rental Network to find available properties for rent in Winnipeg. MITT students can also access living arrangements through The University of Winnipeg’s Campus Living program, Visit www.uwcampusliving.com.
Canada is one of the safest countries in the world, and Winnipeg is a safe city.
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