Winnipeg is the capital and largest city of the province of Manitoba in Canada. Not only is it the largest city in Manitoba, but it is also the fastest-growing city in Canada. Do you contemplate a move to Winnipeg? Then, you are in great company because this city has many attractive features, some of which we’ve highlighted below. In addition, the real estate market is booming so if you want to look for homes for sale in Winnipeg, there are many styles and price ranges for you to review. We think you will agree that this city is exciting with possibilities.

This is the second of a special two-part series about our wonderful Canadian friends to the North. Thank you for joining us today as we explore the culturally diverse City of Winnipeg.

Introducing Winnipeg, Manitoba

Winnipeg Skyline at Night

The Winning, Friendly Culture

Prepare to be swept away with a world-class, thriving arts and culture community. This city also boasts an original French Quarter, which is the birthplace of Louis Riel, one of Canada’s most well-known rebels and founder of the province of Manitoba.

As you venture out into the city, you will discover a cosmopolitan city with top-notch restaurants, exclusive boutiques, fun attractions, arts, and culture that rival any other.


Low Housing Costs and Economic Strength

Housing costs are less than the Canadian average and Winnipeg’s electricity rates are some of the lowest in North America. This makes the cost of living in Winnipeg one of the most affordable of all Canadian cities. With their prominent aerospace, transportation, agri-business, manufacturing, and insurance sectors, their economy is one of the most diversified of the Canadian cities.

Do you know that Winnipeg is home to some of the largest mutual fund and insurance companies in the country? That makes this city the financial and insurance center of Canada! Also consider that this city saw an amazing 6.6% growth from 2011 to 2016, which is faster than the national growth of 5% and that is an excellent indicator of a stable economy.

Self-sustainable Neighborhoods of Diverse Culture

The uniqueness of each of this city’s 236 neighborhoods gives you a range of options for your lifestyle. This city boasts health-conscious neighborhoods with self-sustaining enterprises. In addition, they are places where people of every age and ability have the opportunity to live, work, shop, learn, and play – all within their own neighborhood.

If you want to live in an affordable yet sophisticated city, Winnipeg is the place for you and you will enjoy the lower housing costs, beautiful surroundings, and the charming, cultural vibe along with big-city convenience. If you are thinking about relocating and purchasing a new home, we recommend Winnipeg as a great place to live, work, and play.

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