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Scurfield Park Upgrades

Last fall – I biked and walked through Scurfield park and worked with the Parks department to conduct an assessment. I’ve been to Scurfield park many times, as I used to live on Bessboro many years ago. I must say,

Whyte Ridge Accessible Fitness Park Opens!

The Grand Opening of the Whyte Ridge Accessible Fitness Park was on Saturday July 27. This beautiful, one-of-a-kind facility is the result of over 2 years of planning, emailing and organising. Cameras rolled as Global News covered the ribbon cutting

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WRCC Landscaping Update

By Nick Barnes. While I’ve not been officially on the Board for a few years now, there are a few landscaping projects that I wanted to get moving this year, and unfortunately we still don’t have a Site Development Director,

A New Look

Something is new with our printed newsletter. You may have noticed that the title has changed from “The Spirit” to “The Ridge”. The idea behind the original newsletter title was conceived some 15 years ago and it has been a

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Crime Prevention Workshop

Please join us for a very informative CRIME PREVENTION Workshop on February 20th at 7:00 pm, Whyte Ridge Community Centre. Members of the Winnipeg Police Service will present and answer any questions you may have. Councillor Kevin Klein, Chair of the Winnipeg

Celebrating cultural diversity

Hey Whyte Ridge & Linden Ridge, We’re excited to be organizing an evening to celebrate cultural diversity in our neighbourhood. Our goal is to spark some cultural engagement in our community & experience the various cultures that live alongside each other here

Accessible Fitness Park Coming to WRCC in Spring 2019

Next spring you will see a new outdoor fitness park installed at our community centre. We believe it will be the first of its kind in Canada, combining professional grade calisthenics equipment designed with accessibility features! The equipment will be

Celebrating Ethno-cultural Diversity

There are slightly more than 35 million people, of all ages, living in Canada. These people represent over 200 ethnic groups, with 13 of these ethnic groups consisting of over 1 million people each. Immigration has contributed to the diversity

WRCC Recipes

As I have come to know more and more people in our community and learning about their heritage, I have found that there are so many great foods out there that I never have tried.   What better place is there

Whyte Ridge Community Center Jr. Board

We are happy to introduce our newly formed WRCC Jr. Board for the 2018/2019 year.  Members are students from both Henry G. Izatt Middle school and Vincent Massey High School.  Members are as follows: President – Rocelynd Tabios Vice President