Media Release: Trace the Exchange – Celebrating World Landscape Architecture Month with Visioning Workshops

Winnipeg, MB – Inspired by recent artwork of the Exchange District installed at Bronuts Donuts + Coffee, HTFC Planning & Design staff will celebrate World Landscape Architecture Month in April with two workshops: Where: Bronuts Donuts + Coffee (100 King St.) When: April 3 and 10 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Why: Offer downtown placem...

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Media Release: HTFC Planning & Design Partners with CentrePort Canada

Winnipeg, MB – HTFC Planning & Design announced today its partnership with CentrePort Canada, North America’s largest tri-modal inland port and foreign trade zone. Participating at the strategic partner level, HTFC Planning & Design joins a respected group of companies and organizations who are a part of CentrePort’s Marketing ...

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LP Article: Working Large — A Panel Discussion Inspired by Carl Steinitz

By James Thomas Published in Landscapes Paysages Spring 2017 The Summit on  Landscape Architecture and the Future, held at the University of Pennsylvania in June, 2016, gathered together over 700 landscape architects from the United States and other parts of the world. The Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) convened the summit, ...

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WFP Column: Duets – Streets and Eats

Duets: Streets and eats - Broadway's urban design and expanding cuisine scene create reasons to gather Everyone designs. From inspired entrepreneurs full to the brim with ideas for our city to the many pop-up shops that have emerged in our downtown. From the local coffee shop on the corner to the delicate, delicious artisan pastries that we ...

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Metro Column: Cool Gardens art projects to spring up once again in Winnipeg

by Michelle Bailey Published in Metro News Winnipeg, March 17, 2017 The popular warming huts at The Forks may have been disassembled for another year, but you need not despair. Work has begun on new installations that will begin popping up in July to celebrate summer in Winnipeg. The Cool Gardens public exhibition of garden ...

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WFP Op-Ed: Lots to be learned about treaty rights

by James Thomas Published in Winnipeg Free Press, Opinion: Analysis, March 2, 2017 Brian Giesbrecht’s commentary Reserves an artificial creation, but too lucrative to leave behind (Feb. 24) makes evident the need for personal and collective education around the history of the treaties and reserves. Rather than inspiring us to work towards ...

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