Help support Winnipeg’s built heritage by becoming a sponsor! Build a positive relationship with the community and get great brand exposure all while helping conserve our history. We have three amazing sponsorship opportunities to choose from and are always open to creative brand activation partnerships!

Heritage Winnipeg Blog

Created in July 2014, we have published over 230 articles on Winnipeg’s built heritage. With over 600 subscribers, our educational and entertaining stories keep readers informed on the latest heritage issues while cultivating an appreciation of our city’s rich history.

Heritage Winnipeg’s Annual Preservation Awards

Since 1985 the Annual Preservation Awards have have recognized over 200 building projects, community groups and individuals that have gone above and beyond in their commitment to the protection, restoration and conservation of Winnipeg’s built heritage. Celebrated during Heritage Week, the third week of February, the awards are presented in three categories: Heritage Conservation, Distinguished Service and Youth.

Heritage Winnipeg’s Doors Open Winnipeg

Celebrating the stories our buildings tell! Established in 2004, Doors Open Winnipeg is a FREE citywide event held annually during the last weekend of May. The event welcomes thousands of visitors from far and wide to participate in walking tours, explore built heritage treasures, tour cultural institutions and discover other buildings of interest not normally accessible to the public.

Heritage Winnipeg’s Streetcar 356 Rehabilitation Project

Streetcar 356 is one of four unique wooden streetcars built at Winnipeg’s Fort Rouge Garage, in service from 1909 until the end of the City’s streetcar service in September 1955. Now stored in the Winnipeg Railway Museum at the VIA Rail Canada Union Station on Main Street, it is the last remaining wooden streetcar in Winnipeg. Heritage Winnipeg’s Streetcar 356 Committee has been painstakingly restoring Streetcar 356, determined to rehabilitate it and find a home where it can be celebrated for generations to come!

For additional information, please contact:
Cindy Tugwell
Executive Director of Heritage Winnipeg

Subscribe to Heritage Winnipeg Blog