SRS Signs & Services has been doing things right since day one, but it didn’t get started the way you might imagine. With a little ingenuity and a lot of motivation, this entrepreneur story is sure to inspire. No money, no problem — Start with passion It was literally a lightbulb moment that got […]
Shooters Family Golf Centre truly lives up to the ‘family’ part of its name, and offers a little something for everyone — whether it’s a relaxing game of golf, a thrilling mini-golf experience with the kids, corporate tournaments, special events, weddings or just a delicious bite to eat with friends. Located at 2731 Main Street […]
The history and future of Canada’s oldest operating steam engine, featuring the Prairie Dog Central Railway. It’s full steam ahead as the Prairie Dog Central Railway rolls past a half-century of operations. As Manitoba’s only vintage railway, this organization overcame unexpected impasses to develop a creative business operation that delights passengers young and old. Here’s […]
This locally famous bakery is all about grassroots, gives a better economic share to farmers and provides a living wage to employees. Most Manitobans have seen the jaw-dropping displays of prairie tall grasses —showing roots that grow even deeper than the grasses reach high. This plant is almost the perfect analogy for the Winnipeg bakery […]
Diversity Food Services has more than lived up to its name over its nine years in business as the University of Winnipeg’s food service provider. Launched with the goal of becoming Canada’s only fully independent post-secondary food service provider, Diversity has thrived on its principles of hiring a diverse staff and sourcing local supplies wherever […]
When she emigrated from her native Nigeria to Canada in 1986, Elizabeth Lawal had to overcome adversity and life’s most difficult and unexpected challenges to establish this remarkable business.
Le Marché St. Norbert Farmers’ Market is celebrating its 30th anniversary with the launch of their outdoor season and brand new canopy structure that will make the venue a true four-season attraction. The 90 by 130-foot canopy marks the culmination of a 10-year, three phase, $1 million redevelopment of the market, which was founded in […]
Despite the frigid weather that greeted their new Winnipeg business, Chaeban Ice Cream on the official first day of winter in 2017. Offering deliciously different desserts, the couple has been overwhelmed by the warm response of the community.