Winnipeg in the News: The Best of the Best
To extract the most relevant economic development-related articles from those collected on this website, EDW also provides a monthly roundup called Winnipeg in the News, which spans from June 2013 to the present.
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Winnipeg truck manufacturer seizes U.S. opportunity
A Winnipeg manufacturer that builds specialty truck bodies is making new inroads into the potentially lucrative U.S. market after landing a key contract with one of that country's largest laundry-and-linens companies.
The Winning Combination finds recipe for success
Winnipeg health products and nutrition supplement manufacturer sees staggering year-over-year growth
Bell MTS launches in Manitoba
It’s official, the province’s largest telecommunications company is now known as Bell MTS. Bell has completed it’s takeover of Manitoba Telecom Services.
New home for skilled trades: Red River College's $67-M building will boost enrolment in high-demand fields
Red River College is going out of its way to make the trades sexy.
Pollard Banknote hit jackpot in 2016
You could say Pollard Banknote Ltd. won the lottery in 2016.
Ready, set, go for downtown tower: Developer plans 40-storey apartment tower at Portage and Main
Construction is expected to get underway within months on a 40-storey apartment tower to be built near the city’s most iconic intersection — Portage and Main.
Province's first factory outlet mall to transform city's retail scene
The pending opening of the province’s first factory outlet mall will reshape the local retail landscape, and mostly for the better, according to one commercial real estate firm.
Pollard Banknote offers $42M for Innova Gaming
Winnipeg-based Pollard Banknote has made a $42-million offer to purchase L.A.-based Innova Gaming Group Inc.
Future is bright for solar, alternative energy markets in Manitoba
Solar energy enthusiasts gathered in Winnipeg recently to shed some light on something that didn't really exist here a year ago — a market for solar energy in Manitoba.
Province's business and innovation sectors enjoy rich history, promising future
Winnipeg Free Press: March 4, 2017 As Canada celebrates its 150th birthday, the Free Press will reflect on Manitoba’s place within the nation.