We Are Trails Manitoba
Our mission is to provide the support and resources necessary to promote the development and use of recreational trail throughout Manitoba, thereby improving the overall well being of our communities.
Investments at Assiniboine Park, FortWhyte Alive to Improve Visitor Experience The Manitoba government has provided $71,000 to create a new trail system in Assiniboine Park and enhance existing trails at FortWhyte Alive, which will help improve accessibility and the visitor experience at these popular outdoor attractions, Municipal Affairs Minister Derek Johnson announced today. “Our government is proud to invest in these projects that will improve accessibility and provide year-round access to allow visitors to more fully explore the many natural...Read full article
The Manitoba government is investing $600,000 to support the development of two new greenway trails in Winnipeg, Environment, Climate and Parks Minister Jeff Wharton announced today. “We want to encourage Manitobans to get active and enjoy the outdoors, and that is why our government is pleased to support these two important projects in Winnipeg,” Wharton said. “The past few years have shown us how important trails are to Manitobans and how much they contribute to people’s health, happiness and well-being....Read full article
Nearly $900,000 Going to New Trails and Enhancements for Affordable Outdoor Recreation: Guillemard HEADINGLEY—Nearly $900,000 has been granted for recreational trail projects throughout the province following a first round of applications for the 2020-21 Trails Manitoba Grant Program, Conservation and Climate Minister Sarah Guillemard and Trails Manitoba announced today. “Our government is committed to affordable outdoor recreational opportunities, which have become increasingly popular in recent times,” said Guillemard. “Outdoor recreation is important for maintaining physical and mental health during the...Read full article