Millennium Library Park Wins Premier’s Award

HTFC was honoured to accept the Premier's Award for Design Excellence in Landscape Architecture for Millennium Library Park. Glen Manning was on hand at the ceremony to accept the award from Premier Greg Selinger. The award program was originally launched by Howard Pawley's government in the 1980s to recognize design excellence in the province. ...

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Niakwa Trail Rain Garden Demonstration Project

Ground has now broken on the new rain garden demonstration project along the Niakwa Trail at Fermor Avenue and St. Anne's Road in St. Vital. The aim of the garden is to filter rainwater run-off, pollutants, and sediment from the adjacent Superstore parking lot and Niakwa Trail before it flows into the Seine River. Large debris is filtered out as ...

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Upper Fort Garry Provincial Park Officially Opens

In the scorching August heat — a drastic change from the frigid October 2014 unveiling ceremony — the Friends of Upper Fort Garry cut the ribbon at the Governor's Gate, officially opening Upper Fort Garry Provincial Park to the public. Members of the HTFC team were on hand to join in the celebration, along with representatives from Cohlmeyer ...

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Jury Selects Village Tower

The Winnipeg Folk Festival Village Tower was selected for the Jury's Choice Wood Design Award at the annual Prairie Wood Design Awards presented by Wood WORKS! Alberta. Glen Manning, the principal designer on the project accepted the award at the gala in Edmonton on Tuesday, March 17, 2015.  The Jury's Choice Award is carefully selected by the ...

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Kipekiskwaywinan Wins National Merit

HTFC and York Factory First Nation have received a National Award of Excellence from The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA).  The award-winning project, Kipekiskwaywinan: Our Voices, was developed as part of York Factory First Nation's environmental assessment of the Keeyask hydroel...

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