All submitted ideas are posted below in chronological order. Find yours or find one you would want to see implemented!
Registration #: 15
Have an ice cream festival and give away $30,000 worth of ice cream!
Registration #: 17
Floating Islands to Clean and Renew our Rivers - Clean the water of pollutants - Create sanctuaries for native plants, fish and waterfowl.
Registration #: 18
Imagine a design competition for 20 artist designed bike racks to be built & installed on Provencher Blvd. Supporting Art, Safety & Tourism.
Registration #: 19
Climb a Curb In Our Chair Arts & Disability Network wants to ramp up the city, replacing entrance lips with ramps designed by local artists
Registration #: 20
Beautifully designed & crafted manhole covers reflect Winnipeg's rich culture in the arts and enhance pedestrian experience all around town!
Registration #: 21
@therackworks Put an indoor parkade for bikes w/repairs at The Forks on the Downtown Spirit route.Showers and lockers #ButtsOnBikes
Registration #: 22
In a tent in Central Park, have free books on mobile shelves and furniture for parents and children to use plus a summer reading program.
Registration #: 23
Lets set up a few floating docks which would enable people to launch their canoes and kayaks and enjoy our beautiful rivers.
Registration #: 24
Artscape bus shelters: local art beautifying transit routes. Business sponsorship would help defray cost with discreet ad acknowledgement.
Registration #: 25
Wpg Ribbon of Support: Solar powered panels, clear/color glass blocks, igloo teepee sportrelated-trio for community rental marketspace
Registration #: 26
Make Your Mark! Chalk Boxes everywhere. Grab a chalk; draw the design feature you’d like to see in your street – right there ON your street!
Registration #: 27
Build winter pedestrian bridge on frozen river at Alexander Docks to Fort Gibraltar, connecting NE Exchange with St. Boniface.
Registration #: 28
This city needs to make sure that ALL street lites are working ALL the time for safety! It is just like the "broken window " syndrome ....
Registration #: 29
Fenced off-leash dog park Downtown @ Waterfront/Pioneer for those with no yard and often without a car to get Fido to the park.
Registration #: 30
Turn Kapyong Barracks into a World Class Addiction Treatment Ctre. How many of our young adults will die of drug overdose before we coordinate a much needed resource?
Registration #: 31
Bike theft is a discouraging reality for urban cyclists. Locking bike stalls give peace of mind, inclining us to bike more and stress less.
Registration #: 32
A bike rental service found in all the busiest places in The Peg. ex(Osbourne) You would be able to drop off and pick up a bike at any spot.
Registration #: 33
Yellow is for Hello. Bright yellow friendship benches at our universities remind students it helps to talk if you are depressed.
Registration #: 34
Groups of hammocks in public areas to encourage unique interactions between friends & strangers. A comfortable escape from metropolitan life
Registration #: 35
Easy and readable bike/walk wayfinding signage to notable Winnipeg attractions such as the stadium, forks, downtown, Assiniboine Park, etc
Registration #: 36
Peg City Canoe Co-Op ; make canoes accessible 4 ppl to explore our river city! Rental system located on the rivers for all.
Registration #: 37
Free admission for everyone to all city pools for one week in the summer!
Registration #: 39
Create a medicine garden in the North End with sage, kinickaniack, sweetgrass, and cedar
Registration #: 40
Plant edible gardens instead of flowers in city plots. Bring food security to the downtown!
Registration #: 41
Create graphic wraps to decorate the railway bridges, spanning our Red River in the downtown, so they become unique tourist attractions.
Registration #: 43
Install portable solar power poles to charge cell phones, Wi-Fi, security cameras, LED lighting @ bus stops, parks or tourist attractions.
Registration #: 44
underused churches sponsor (with some help) and become home for new refugees
Registration #: 45
Centrally located, free exchange of stuff. Swap day. From toasters to artisans to music to 2x4's
Registration #: 46
Chalk it Up! Chalkboards and chalk around the Forks for Citizens to ILLUSTRATE THEIR SHARED IDEAS & HOPES for a GREATER Winnipeg!
Registration #: 47
Create confidence in our city by nurturing the existing "urban utopia" as well as leveraging our dense populace into a facilitator for safety.
Registration #: 49
A well designed, portable public washroom, information centre and public art piece to improve the image and cleanliness of our City
Registration #: 51
Line up downtown’s thoroughfares with cylindrical Info-poles, complete with tablets and info about events, culture, art, and entertainment!
Registration #: 52
Give visitors and locals a chance to be tourists, with a well-designed Bike Rental Program, promoting AT, tourism and downtown' hidden gems.
Registration #: 53
Give visitors and locals a chance to be tourists, with a well-designed Bike Rental Program, promoting AT, tourism and downtown' hidden gems.
Registration #: 54
Butt it out, with more well-designed waste receptacles throughout downtown, enhancing the visual appeal and cleanliness of the city.
Registration #: 55
Create warm, welcoming, and socially conscious parks for the homeless and vulnerable, a place where they can gather, feel safe and get help.
Registration #: 56
Design a mobile grocery kiosk operated by local vendors, taking affordable, fresh food around various neighbourhoods, reducing food deserts.
Registration #: 57
Create a well-designed, affordable public washroom to enhance the image, cleanliness, and accessibility of our downtown and city.
Registration #: 58
Build on our unique footprint as a winter destination with restaurant ice patios, turning summer patios into great spaces during winter
Registration #: 59
Create a pop-up spot with lights, tables, couches and chairs, to serve as a block party for residents and business owners to connect.
Registration #: 60
Take back the streets with designs for pop-up events, giving anyone the chance to plan and stimulate conversation about pedestrian activity.
Registration #: 61
Invest in the creation of an elevated walkway design at The Forks, adding life to our Waterfront throughout the summer.
Registration #: 62
Transform the ugliness of 100s of tree stumps on downtown sidewalks into beautiful urban planters filled with flowers, lights, and more!
Registration #: 63
Create policy at City Hall to not only remove dead trees but to utilize their stumps to create art sculptures until replanting is possible.
Registration #: 64
Bike counter sign with adjoining bike repair station like Copenhagen has! https://vimeo.com/12925788
Registration #: 65
Establish a "Foodie District" in The Exchange where every ethnicity is represented with at least one restaurant all within walking distance.
Registration #: 66
Two fairytale lit ivy covered trellises with seating to be placed on the median on Broadway for people to sit and enjoy an afternoon lunch.
Registration #: 67
Create an academic forum of research focused on improving inner-city life with an art show focused on inclusive infrastructure and design.
Registration #: 68
We need a "Times square" like space. We need bleachers seating and video screen downtown Portage and Colony. A place to celebrate!
Registration #: 69
Add water fountains along major bike routes or number of blocks. Also in public spaces where there are events, like Old Market Square.
Registration #: 73
Giant photos of nature hung or painted on sides of buildings in urban or suburban settings. Adding life to environments that could use some.
Registration #: 74
Urban agriculture! Rent parking spaces on the top level of the Exchange district parkade + turn them into stalls for a community gardens!
Registration #: 75
Free mid-day bus rides to/from downtown once a week. Participating restaurants will provide deals to those who take advantage of free bus.
Registration #: 76
Install ga-ga (Israeli Dodgeball) pits at parks around the city for year-round fun!
Registration #: 77
Light up railway bridges over our rivers with coloured lights. These lights could outline the superstructure or shine into the water below.
Registration #: 78
Kildonan Park, Witch's Hut-A park bench, with a bronze sculpture of Hansel & Gretel; also repurpose the Hut as a Grimm Brothers' giftshop.
Registration #: 79
Improve community centres aesthetics and programming with urban agriculture and mural projects for engaging the local youth.
Registration #: 81
Stick-on QR codes linked to a free, encyclopedic website turns Winnipeg into an informative, dynamic museum for anyone with a smartphone
Registration #: 82
Designate a portion of all downtown public parks for sustainable community orchards
Registration #: 83
A 24 hour bus route connecting Unicity to North Main providing safe and affordable transit at any time of the day.
Registration #: 84
1 out of every ten surface parking lots go green. 1 stall out of every ten in the remaining parking lots goes green. Park Rates increase 10%
Registration #: 85
A cat café/lounge, modeled after the Japanese model ("The Cat Cafés of Tokyo). RIGHT MEOW!
Registration #: 86
Program to assist those unable to clear their own snow by matching them with nearby volunteers. @ end of the season volunteers compensated
Registration #: 87
More wayfinding - signage encouraging ppl to walk or bike by showing times distance + direction 2 attractions + amenities esp in downtown
Registration #: 88
Feasibility study to develop health center @ Portage Pl. NPs MDs, pharma, chiro, massage, OT/PT,fitness,all in 1. Work/Eat/Shop while there.
Registration #: 89
Interactive wall of faces at the Forks. Pics of faces from onsite photo booth projected on large wall. Garden settting, tables/chairs/water
Registration #: 90
Create a free weekly urban wildlife education program along the Seine river in the summer. Paddle in the early morning and be amazed.
Registration #: 91
Turn a portion of Albert street into a pedestrian walkway and seasonal outdoor market with fresh produce, artisans, and buskers.
Registration #: 92
Charitable organizations produce bird houses to place strategically in the downtown/waterfront area to attract back local bird population
Registration #: 93
Support, expand the Rainbow Community Garden at the U of M to accommodate the waiting list of newcomer families waiting to join the program.
Registration #: 94
Maple syrup festival at the Forks in the fall. Different restaurants and shops come together to share different maple themed treats.
Registration #: 95
Create a new municipal ward encompassing downtown and the exchange; representing downtown issues, growth, development by a 16th councillor.
Registration #: 96
Convert unused lot to monarch butterfly sanctuary w/ milkweed and place concrete benches for public rest. Low maintenance green space.
Registration #: 97
A grand monument depicting an important person from Winnipeg's or Canada's history placed in a public space would add a lot to Winnipeg.
Registration #: 98
Develop an interactive map and signage for “walk friendly” spaces that are available for indoor walking.
Registration #: 99
Pop-Up Parks. Select vacant, underutilized pockets of space are transformed into temporary greenspace to promote vivacity within the city.
Registration #: 100
Close down Broadway and have a giant mini golf tournament in the street!
Registration #: 101
Adult Night at the Splash Park! $5 admission with proceeds going to children's charities
Registration #: 102
Turn the unused lawn bowling area at Vimy Ridge park into a dog park.
Registration #: 103
A toboggan hill at the Forks, add to the winter activities available at the Forks by building a large hill for toboggans!
Registration #: 104
Build a Mud Park next to the splash park in Central Park, a place for kids to get dirty and have fun, add water cannons to clean off
Registration #: 105
An Egyptian themed playground with a pyramid slide and rock climbing wall, an archaeology sandbox, and an entrance through a Sphinx
Registration #: 106
Everyday Cheerleaders! Free cheerleading lessons for kids who then cheer on everyday heroes and people who do good deeds in the community
Registration #: 107
Manicures in the Park, people can get manicures along the river at the Forks for $10, money goes to kids charities
Registration #: 108
Art City for all of Winnipeg! Shut down Broadway and have Art City workshops for everyone in the middle of the street
Registration #: 109
A Skatepark only for younger kids, add an area to the Forks skatepark that's just for kids 10 & under
Registration #: 112
Install an outdoor, ‘Beefs and Bouquets’ chalk board on Graham next to the library and main bus stops.
Registration #: 113
Buy 6000 easily identifiable blankets ($5 each)- give them to restaurants to encourage keeping sidewalk patios open beyond summer season.
Registration #: 115
Moveable classroom - installed in a new community each summer. A place for residents to share their skills & interests with their neighbours
Registration #: 116
Make the Bay Parkade a summertime weekend drive-in theatre with the movies projected on the tyndal stone wall of the Winnipeg Art Gallery.
Registration #: 117
Bike sharing kiosks strategically located at Winnipeg’s most important Public Places with brightly coloured bicycles to energize the streets
Registration #: 118
Hire neighbourhood artists to paint and beautify BFI garbage bins throughout the city.
Registration #: 119
Create full-scale graffiti images on concrete downtown bridges and overpasses to beautify the space, create interest and minimize tagging
Registration #: 120
Skate and wheelchair/stroller friendly stairs or ramp down to the Red River Mutual Trail.
Registration #: 121
A tool library (like a book library), that would also serve as a resource centre for teaching home repair, sewing etc
Registration #: 122
Better biking route/access to Investors Group Field.
Registration #: 123
A mobile produce/vegetable truck that would setup in and around the downtown for people to pick up produce.
Registration #: 124
Turn the Edmonton / Portage bus shelter into a downtown info/welcome centre, hosted by the Cadets or Downtown Safety & Foot Patrols.
Registration #: 125
Replace old Canadian flags with new ones as well as placing them on all empty flagpoles in the downtown.
Registration #: 126
Dog park at The Forks.
Registration #: 127
Replacing the Alexander Docks and enhancing the river access.
Registration #: 128
Getting Movies on Memorial to happen in the winter + show movies on the bridge at The Forks
Registration #: 129
Heated shelter in Central Park for skate rental and changing.
Registration #: 130
DIY bicycle repair stations at popular cycling destinations.
Registration #: 131
Turn a Ferris Wheel into a dining room at The Forks. Diners would enjoy a 5-course meal with local entertainment, cocktails + amazing views.
Registration #: 132
To develop a walking tour app that takes you all over the site and tells the rich and diverse history of The Forks.
Registration #: 133
Paint murals on the landing at main bus stops - like a giant Jets logo at the MTS Centre.
Registration #: 134
Have a city-wide harvest picnic at The Forks where people bring enough food for themselves + if some extra to share. Everyone is welcome!
Registration #: 135
Add a swing to bus shelter at The Forks.
Registration #: 136
Bring a Tundra Buggy down from Churchill to offer tours on the Red River Mutual Trail.
Registration #: 137
Install a slide from the top of the Forks Tower to ground level or a zipline across the Assiniboine River to South Point.
Registration #: 138
Free Rapid Transit for all
Registration #: 139
Illuminate unsafe/dark spaces with sustainable light designs to invite people to enjoy the forgotten spaces in-between #AdoptaDarkSpace
Registration #: 140
rejuvenate Red River dock North of Mere Hotel with railing and built-in rod holders for fishing with a summer concession/winter warming hut
Registration #: 141
Fill the Red and Assiniboine rivers with 150 canoes for anyone to use. Take back the most public space in our city, the river.
Registration #: 142
Broadway Blvd becomes an outdoor art gallery feat. continually changing local art. Diversion for gridlocked drivers and exposure for artists
Registration #: 143
Place informative plaques on historic buildings. Pedestrians learn about their city & understand its rich architectural & cultural history.
Registration #: 144
People first. Imagine if every bus stops has its own waiting shed. Just enough to protect the user from heat and cold. Simple yet functional
Registration #: 146
Supply and install flower boxes on the 1st flr window sills of the bldgs of the Exchange to enhance the streetscape/pedestrian experience.
Registration #: 147
Osborne underpass + othr bridges: extend vine undergrowth, install overhead lights designating bike vs vehicular traffic lanes + new murals
Registration #: 148
Turn Portage & Main into a supersized crokinole board for one day - express our Canadian heritage & reclaim an important public space.
Registration #: 149
Grow business by linking WPG neighbourhoods disconnected by rivers with a seasonal maintained ice roads approached using park boat launches.
Registration #: 150
Chairs in streets can bring many convenience to people, people can have a seat and relax when they are tired and it is also a scenery
Registration #: 154
Strips of light, or light posts that direct people to Winnipeg's main sights and attractions (Exchange District, The Forks, etc.)
Registration #: 157
Put up digital billboards in popular places around the city that feature Winnipegger's photos in a slideshow.
Registration #: 158
Deck chairs everywhere!
Registration #: 159
Form a Friends of Downtown Trust to do things like building illuminations,seating,gardens,bike “service” stations,rinks,purple martin houses
Registration #: 160
Rental bike system and bike lanes in downtown to minimize the use of cars and other automotive services.
Registration #: 161
Install weather proof speakers outdoors around the down town area that stream local music/radio.
Registration #: 162
create a rooftop garden/forest at the Winnipeg Children's Hospital for patients to visit while in treatment or staying in the hospital
Registration #: 163
Create attractive public semicircular benches that have solar panels above to provide daytime shading and nighttime illumination.
Registration #: 166
Spend $30 000 on vines to make Winnipeg a city of green walls. Start with public chain link fences and grow from there #greencitymovement
Registration #: 167
Wonder where streets get their names? Scan barcodes on wayfinding markers to learn some local history. #interactivestreets #scanitdowntown
Registration #: 168
“What’s this plant?” Place bilingual placards identifying native plant species in public places to improve awareness of our local habitat.
Registration #: 169
A Bike App that maps out Winnipeg’s bike paths, calculates estimated travel times, fastest routes and bike hubs with available bike lockers
Registration #: 170
Playgrounds shouldn’t just be for kids – grown-ups like swings, too! Install outdoor fitness equipment for adults in city parks.
Registration #: 171
Access and manage your bus pass, library card, parking meters, leisure guide (and more!) all in one place with a #Smartcard or #Cityapp
Registration #: 172
Provide local restaurants with urban gardens to showcase and encourage #seedtoplate in a public and interactive way.
Registration #: 173
Ping Pong Tables for 1200: tables placed throughout the city to allow citizens to stop and have a game with a friend or stranger.
Registration #: 179
Install rental bikes all over the city, and allow for designated bike paths in historic parts of the city.
Registration #: 180
Place vermicomposting bins at various locations in Downtown Winnipeg. Use the resulting soil for downtown planting beds.
Registration #: 183
Two giant sized heads, a la Easter Island, towering over the barriers look at each other across the no mans land of Portage and Main.
Registration #: 184
Pop-up coat check lockers in shopping areas for those ambiguous days when it's too cold outside and too hot inside.
Registration #: 185
Humanize crosswalks: Paint custom road graphics, and supply flags to allow citizens to become informal crossing guards.
Registration #: 186
Use the #chairyourideas chairs to host Canada’s largest game of musical chairs – to live music from Winnipeg bands. The last chair wins!
Registration #: 188
Green our Skywalks with trees, shrubs and vines – both inside and out. Provide rails to walk on top of the skywalks on summer days.
Registration #: 189
Establish the Winnipeg School of Knitting. Free knitting classes held in public spaces, open to everyone.
Registration #: 190
Bring a large music festival to Winnipeg with big-name artists. Proceeds go to a designated charity or towards further city improvement.
Registration #: 191
‘Beer Gardens’ – Grow barley and hops near brew pubs and allow them to use the harvest in the production of their beer.
Registration #: 192
If a revitalized Forks is to work for our city, we will need to build a school on this site.
Registration #: 193
Fix-Abandoned Canadian National Rail Bridge:w/paint,bench-table(s),glass-covering(winter)(hangs below during warmer seasons)/pedestrian only
Registration #: 194
Winter-friendly bus stop: Fit an existing bus shelter with lockable cross-country ski racks, shovels, and more effective heaters.
Registration #: 195
Elevate the Hated Weed to Edible Superstar!
Registration #: 196
1000 QR code stickers, hidden all over downtown Winnipeg, big prize pool from money to encouragement quotes. Find to donate, scan to help.
Registration #: 197
A therapy garden on Carlton and Qu'Appelle where you can plant, weed, and learn about plants
Registration #: 198
A free store for kids only! A place where kids can get cool things like candy, cell phones, and earrings!
Registration #: 199
A travelling picnic! Rent a bus and deliver picnic parties to people all over the city!
Registration #: 201
WPG=HOPSCOTCH CITY! PAINT 1000 GAME SQUARES CITYWIDE-SIDEWALKS,WALKING PATHS,PARKS. LET THE FUN BEGIN - GET HOPPIN!
Registration #: 202
An organization helping 1 homeless person at a time in a step-by-step process. Starting with food and eventually guiding them to employment.
Registration #: 218
Paint the city, invite citizens to paint the bus shelters and exterior walls, make this city more colorful and happier.
Registration #: 226
Replace chain link fences along Rte 90 with art installations to highlight Wpg's best features,our cultural diversity,art,rivers and history
Registration #: 230
A drive in theater around Halloween showing old black and white horror films so that everyone can enjoy the classics, Dracula, Frankenstein.
Registration #: 231
Under the pavement, the beach: a permanent public urban beach. A democratic space where everyone is welcome to hangout forever.
Registration #: 232
Put some chairs under any big tree,that can let people who is at outside for rest,wait for friend,walk with pet,and read books.
Registration #: 234
Open pop-up art galleries throughout the city for local unknown artists to show their work. Great exposure for lesser known artists.
Registration #: 235
Turn empty lots into community gardens, instead of paving, that anyone can plant in and maintain; produce would be donated to local shelters
Registration #: 236
Winnipeg to lead the way in initiating and mobilizing the green bin city wide composting program
Registration #: 238
More streets with bike lanes. Arlington, provencier, Osborne, Tache,lots of streets are dangerous for cyclists.
Registration #: 239
More bus stations with functioning heating system, to ensure warmth while waiting for the buses.
Registration #: 240
My idea is to set up an indoor children activity centre in each community, so that the kids won't get bored in winter.
Registration #: 241
Transform Winnipeg into a garden city by planting more winter plants.
Registration #: 242
Put a mould curved with encouraging or greeting words inside a streetlight.Night comes,the shadow will enlarge and project on the ground.
Registration #: 243
Some of the most dangerous issues in these cold winters are cars sliding through intersections. Shelters over stopping areas might help!
Registration #: 244
Fix the sidewalks + Bikepaths +roads
Registration #: 245
Pour new cement in front of the BMO at Portage and Main, anyone who wants can leave their handprint and name in the road, 2$ for charity.
Registration #: 248
Designate an urban camping zone within the city during the height of summer, creating a novel experience within the familiar cityscape.
Registration #: 249
'Write on Red' A 1km public art wall along the Red River painted by 1000 local residents to increase community involvement and public art
Registration #: 250
Community bonfire pits to join the community together and get outside in the long winter months. Marshmallows recommended.
Registration #: 251
CONSTRUCT TOWER AT LONGITUDINAL CENTRE OF CANADA ON TRANSCANADA HWY. DESIGN + FUNCTIONS SUBJECT TO INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURAL COMPETITION.
Registration #: 252
Relocate the downtown train tracks and transform it into a green active transportation route.
Registration #: 254
Enhance the way you wait for your bus with a new more comfortable and bigger bus shelter for students and bomber fans on universtiy Crescent
Registration #: 255
To develop a wknd(s) where local artists can exhibit their art along the BDI bridge in support of neighbourhood work and local improvements
Registration #: 260
A park where exist all species of squirrel.Breed and adopt a squirrel to save their life and promote an urban wild life program.
Registration #: 261
Change the Gravel road of Jefferson Avenue that is located near Route 90 to a Paved roadway as well as building street lights along with it.
Registration #: 263
Date night, family time or just chilling with a friend, why not do it outdoors in a shiny new Winnipeg drive in theatre
Registration #: 264
Organize the car-free area during late spring-summer season, so people can walk around downtown and look around what's happening in downtown
Registration #: 268
Rent A Bike. stations all around the downtown area where you can rent a bike from one location and drop it off at another destination.
Registration #: 269
An educational, modern splash park, obstacle course, that will make learning a whole new experience.
Registration #: 271
free public outdoor gyms to promote a more active lifestyle and provide an opportunity to exercise and get fit
Registration #: 272
Install 10 FREE-to-use tire pumping stations at malls. Reduce emissions and increase safety by keeping proper tire pressures on vehicles.
Registration #: 273
Landscape the area around the forks skatepark to attract more people to get active and brighten up Winnipeg's central hub.
Registration #: 274
I'd like to build a place called "Inner Happiness" where everyone (esp. hospital patients) can reduce stress levels by cuddling with dogs.
Registration #: 275
Route 90 Bicycle Mural Paint used bicycles bright green and attach them to the chain link fences along route 90 to create a 3D mural.
Registration #: 277
Atists ally: a place for all artists to express themselves and paint/ spay paint/ chalk our city without being charged for vandalism.
Registration #: 278
Installation of a vending machine for giving money back as an introduction of the refund recycling system here in Winnipeg.
Registration #: 279
Introduce legislation forcing grocery stores to donate unsold food that's safe to eat to charities, or farmers for animal feed and compost.
Registration #: 280
A loonie to go to the washroom. Throughout the city, portable, washrooms with a one dollar fee to access it.
Registration #: 281
Winnipeg is unique! Record people saying stop names (& pronouncing them properly) instead of the computer voice on Winnipeg transit buses.
Registration #: 282
Close Higgins under Disraeli. Connect Waterfront to remainder of Higgins...to Louise bridge. Create park on fallow lots at base of bridge.
Registration #: 284
As a mobile society we need access to power on the go. Strategically placed solar powered charging stations around the city is the answer
Registration #: 288
A secret garden on a huge area of meadow in the surroundings of Winnipeg to make a shape of circle, planted with natural trees and flowers, mixed with bright colorful artificial plants and amazing designed sculptures
Registration #: 289
Make mobile art schools and galleries from transit buses. With the help of volunteers, they roam around the city to empower every artist.
Registration #: 290
Create accessible warming huts for those in need, by heating recycled shipping containers with solar energy! Get local artists to paint them
Registration #: 291
#chairyouridea Small outdoor gyms across the city disguised as playgrounds for all ages. Made of weather proof material for year-round use.
Registration #: 292
BEACH VOLLEY @ THE FORKS Build 2 Beach Volley Courts @ the Forks to encourage physical activity and use of outdoor public space.
Registration #: 294
Lets preserve some of our beautiful green space with an art form that attracts people to its location and keeps people informed about events
Registration #: 295
A LOT OF ART Install projectors to show local art (films, pictures, architectural proposals) on adjacent walls of selected Parking lots.
Registration #: 297
Have different neighbourhoods paint community-designed murals. Color brightens up the place and it becomes an area of community pride!
Registration #: 300
Registration #: 301
commission local artists to design community 'picnic' tables for parks around the city. eg. harvest table, balancing table
Registration #: 303
A Greener Winnipeg! Green parks in between new and old buildings, plants, roots, and bushes along the side of buildings and rooftop gardens!
Registration #: 304
A wing suite with four propellers. two at the palm of the hand and two at the sole of the foot. battery operated distributed around the body
Registration #: 307
Install digital signage in public, strictly for thought provoking motivational quotes to encourage people to perceive the world differently.
Registration #: 308
Build a skating rink in the middle of the city and have a winter ice skating festival.
Registration #: 310
Create a paradise in the dead of winter w/ winter greenhouses open to public, full of light, greenery and art, with eco-friendly heat source
Registration #: 312
Allow sponsors to Adopt-a-Median! Use funds to finance designers in beautifying and decorating grassy Pembina medians in creative ways!
Registration #: 314
Free community bike drop-off & pickup w/ racks in key areas of the city to provide environmentally friendly transportation to Winnipeggers!
Registration #: 315
A kinetic energy capturing station where you can choose from different interactive physical activities to charge your phone/electronics.
Registration #: 316
Improve sidewalk lighting to create a more welcoming exterior space in areas with more nightlife (bars, theatres, restaurants)
Registration #: 324
Build little pockets in the road to put colour changing pucks that tell you to slow down when there is frost or ice to avoid accidents.
Registration #: 325
Mobile Van of Volunteers (donations-op. Rednose style) that organizes staff at local businesses to clean up their companies exterior!
Registration #: 326
Create Urban hiking trails connecting iconic Winnipeg locals with signage for distance and heritage information. #Exploremb
Registration #: 327
Utilize downtown rooftops for urban apiary space to house bees. Spread awareness of the ecological importance of a healthy bee population!
Registration #: 328
Create or work with Companies to have Vouchers for food to hand out to people panhandling. Help feed our Community.
Registration #: 329
Work with city to create graffiti/mural licenses for designated walls and use the $30000 to buy paint for emerging artists.
Registration #: 330
Free app to connect commuters & encourage them to carpool. Could also be used to get out-of-towners to carpool to bus routes or park&ride.
Registration #: 331
Bring back our fur-trade heritage by Setting up a boat rental co-op for canoes and kayaks at the forks.
Registration #: 332
Build an outdoor fitness area at the Forks, similar to Muscle Beach in Santa Monica. Help bring #freefitness to the masses!
Registration #: 333
Build structures similar to Bus Shelters around the city, each equipped with tools for bike repair and maintenance.
Registration #: 335
GET US OFF THE FLOOR - provide specialized change benches in public restrooms
Registration #: 336
An indoor/outdoor beach themed water park located in Assiniboine Park open all year round for all ages.
Registration #: 337
Provide games and sports equipment for free rental to encourage outdoor family activity at the works.
Registration #: 338
Build more biking roads for safety
Registration #: 339
Revitalize the Parker Wetlands by restoring its tall grass prairie, adding nature sculptures throughout, and gifting it to Winnipeg forever.
Registration #: 340
Create a dog-walking loop around Assiniboine Ave/Forks/Exchange District, with water & doggie-bag stations and a few off-leash spaces.
Registration #: 341
WALK (IN) ON ART Using outdoor projectors, project pictures, shapes, colours and renderings on the sidewalk of Selected Winnipeg Streets.
Registration #: 342
Build a kiosk in the city which supplies preowned winter boots to the homeless, as well as other winter essentials. Lets keep Winnipeg warm.
Registration #: 343
Warming huts with docking stations at bus stops on Pembina, Osborne and the downtown area. Seating, heating and cell charging for all.
Registration #: 345
To implement a bike rental initiative around the city, where you can rent bikes from docking stations located in high traffic areas.
Registration #: 348
Solid, carved wood furniture and sculptures with burned in art etchings, for parks. The art may be important culturally or historically.
Registration #: 349
Brighten up our cities park paths with more lights, for evening joggers & walkers.
Registration #: 350
We need comfy walkers available at the WAG and the Museum for Human Rights. There are lots of seniors who don't go to these places.
Registration #: 352
Concrete ping-pong tables, made unique by local artists, installed around various urban locations. Another gr8 reason to get out + have fun.
Registration #: 354
Illuminate the night! Locally commissioned light-art installations in 'scary' dwntn alleys to transform them into buzzing pedestrian routes.
Registration #: 356
#CoverThatUP: Adaptive “curtain” turns ugly parkade by WAG+Archives into urban sculpture/screen. Space becomes place b/t two WPG landmarks!
Registration #: 357
Organize small concerts once a week at Winnipeg community centres to get kids and other individuals to meet and learn about music.
Registration #: 360
Build a play structure for children by or near BDI. Kids will have something to do after eating while parents can talk with other adults.
Registration #: 362
My idea is to create warming/cooling shelters at busy bus stations. They would include benches, heaters and fans to help people in need.
Registration #: 363
Add an attraction by creating a maze/gallery showcasing 3D art of different scenery of WPG and how it transforms from season to season.
Registration #: 364
Distribute copies of a good book on "Aboriginal History & Culture" to grade schools.
Registration #: 366
develop a system of bike racks in major areas of Winnipeg allowing people to rent a bike,they can then return them to any similar bike racks
Registration #: 368
A "FunHole" is a pothole filled with colourful grout. It's a fun way to add character to Winnipeg while also improving road conditions.
Registration #: 369
Create large white curved walls all over the city to be used as collaborative murals where anybody can create their own art.
Registration #: 370
Create mini galleries outdoors in the exchange with paintings and unique pieces of art to make the city look more alive and colourful!
Registration #: 372
URBAN CAMPING FESTIVAL 3-Day Party! Right in the City! BBQs/Bonfires/Bands+Band-Aids, Eat/Drink/Dance/Repeat, Tents Popping-Up Everywhere...
Registration #: 374
a park where selected Winnipeg artists create a sculpture to be placed in the park for people to admire the talent this city
Registration #: 375
A social collaborative negotiation of blank space for public art to reinforce community pride and encourage interurban reflection.
Registration #: 376
Bus stops should provide an area for people that smoke during cold weather. Build a glass room or just a wall to block the wind in that area
Registration #: 377
Grow local food in green houses on our downtown rooftops.
Registration #: 379
Cheap transit buses to bring you places outside of the city, like beaches and water parks in the summer or ski/toboggan hills in the winter!
Registration #: 380
instal small weatherproof speakers around the city that provide weather info and lighting while also connecting the community through music
Registration #: 381
Create Light Rail Transit throughout our city by detouring heavy industrial railroad transportation, thus helping our society's conveyance!
Registration #: 382
Sprinkle the city with water fountains for the old or young, 2 wheels or 4, and 2 legged or 4, giving respite along active transport routes!
Registration #: 384
each bus-stop set up a LED screen.people can touch this screen, and this screen can show another people who touch screen in other bus stop.
Registration #: 386
Year round public water fountain the downtown area.
Registration #: 387
My idea is to build a new welcome sign for Winnipeg, to show the great development that our city has gone through in the last few years.
Registration #: 388
Create community gardens tended by volunteers and have the produce donated to local food banks.
Registration #: 390
WETLANDS @ WATERFRONT AND PIONEER ... Re-route city water runoff! #SALTYWATER #FILTRATION #BOARDWALK #DUCKS #FLOODS #LESSMOSQUITOS
Registration #: 391
Heated/air conditioned bus stop huts throughout downtown containing water fountains and an electronic bus schedule #chairyouridea
Registration #: 393
Spin bikes in bus stops across the city. When peddled, bikes will produce energy & turn on hand warmers for a more pleasant bus experience
Registration #: 395
Mobile truck in coalition with a local food bank run by volunteers that makes food accessible for low income families in their area.
Registration #: 396
Let it rain! Get polluted stormwater out of our waterways by filtering it through a rain garden. Bonus: they’re pretty to look at too.
Registration #: 397
Mobile truck run by volunteers that offers free haircuts, showers & donated clothing to the homeless & people with low income
Registration #: 401
Bee Aware! A collection of statues incorporating live flowers to create a bee-friendly environment. Save the bees!
Registration #: 403
Painting flower gardens & plants on the walls of downtown buildings so that we can appreciate bright happy colours outdoors all year round!
Registration #: 404
Music is a universal language. My idea is to create 2-3 low budget busking areas with speakers and stage in places like the forks or Osborne
Registration #: 405
Make a detour route in construction areas with traffic diverted thro construction and the detour route
Registration #: 407
develop a way-finding app that highlights wpg design spaces and events while providing various 'design' routes for pedestrians and cyclists
Registration #: 408
Outfit the most used busses with free charging stations/wifi
Registration #: 409
Illuminate Winnipeg: A project shedding light on the hidden gems of Winnipeg, involving under appreciated places and glow in the dark paint.
Registration #: 410
A living wall of moss and flowers in downtown Winnipeg to brighten up the area, promoting a greener lifestyle for people in our community.
Registration #: 411
BUILD AN INDOOR PARK FOR DOGS TO PLAY DURING THE WINTER. ENTRY FEE WILL BE 5 DOLLARS, AND ALL THE INCOME WILL BE DEVOTED TO CHARITY.
Registration #: 412
Install bright colorful lights on the bottom of the Red River by high foot-traffic downtown riverside areas to make the river glow at night.
Registration #: 413
Put up public ashtray bins at bus stops to provide a clean spot for smokers to put their butts.
Registration #: 414
A smile is a gift to everyone! Give someone a smile today and see how far it can go to help make Winnipeg a more beautiful place!
Registration #: 415
Luminescent hand-prints along the walking bridge @TheForks that will light up at night. Proceeds to go to inner city youth programs.
Registration #: 416
Grant for university students to implement ideas in the city for years to come. grant money could be matched by local firms.
Registration #: 417
Fly flags of every country in the world along the road leaving Winnipeg International Airport to show our multicultural heritage.
Registration #: 418
Put enough drainage holes alongside the roads to reduce the chance of the city getting flooded, again.
Registration #: 419
Make major transit stations/stops more informative by displaying local headline news, weather report and upcoming events on digital screens
Registration #: 420
Bring life to bus shelters; have a feature wall in each one with a living wall outside and art or a community event board featured inside.
Registration #: 423
An event in which people can bring glass and cans for a refund of their value, also featuring glass blowing and metal exhibits/workshops.
Registration #: 424
A Shelter Program where homeless people are given temporary accommodation while being taught crafts to enable them take care of themselves.
Registration #: 425
Renting canoes on the Red River and setting up a boat race. $5 for register fee for people 13+ and giving money made to a local charity.
Registration #: 427
Winnipeg roads are terrible. I think research should be done to develop a way to make the concrete/tar more durable for the winters.
Registration #: 428
More rental bike + close downtown from private vehicles for 1 day; this'll let people appreciate pedestrian/bike/transit oriented city.
Registration #: 429
Hold an event to plant flowers popular among bees in a park and receive that same flower to take home for yourself. Protect the bees!
Registration #: 430
Comfortable, unique and eye catching bus stops to make commuting by transit a more comfortable and enjoyable experience.
Registration #: 431
Having people from the community come together to help build and afterwards paint the walls of a safe shelter
Registration #: 432
to have little pop up shops for clothing/food items/arts&crafts down broadway during the summer months so people can pick up special goodies
Registration #: 433
Extend upper skating trails at the Forks North along Waterfront Dr. Only requires winterizing water tap at Stephen Juba Park.
Registration #: 437
Move the stop lights at the end of Academy and Stafford to the adjacent sidewalk making them more visible and eliminating collisions.
Registration #: 438
Build a few exercising equipment at the local parks accessible to everyone to have an active lifestyle.
Registration #: 441
Build a jumbotron tv near the Exchange District so that residents of Winnipeg can enjoy watching major sporting events outdoors.
Registration #: 443
Paint culturally significant anamorphic graphics on delapidated or underutilized buildings to create a new visual dynamic on the street.
Registration #: 444
Create a bike sharing system for Wpg to use as another form of transportation at a little to no cost.Lets help reduce our carbon footprint!
Registration #: 445
Go to an area in Winnipeg that is un-used, or abondon and create an outdoor art gallery that displays an artists work for a week at a time.
Registration #: 446
Implementation of lighting system along parts of the Wellington Crescent trail for people who wish to use the trail when its dark out.
Registration #: 447
my idea is to use the snow during winter to create a miniature ice sculpture of downtown Winnipeg where tourist can travel to see
Registration #: 449
Winter in Winnipeg is cold and long. Not everyone in the city has car. Many of people take bus so I want every bus stops get shelf and heat.
Registration #: 450
Designate an area of The Forks for a permanent Food Truck Village. Include a weather controlled area for live music and pedestrian use.
Registration #: 451
An all-seasons greenhouse that is available to the public to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at a lower cost.
Registration #: 452
Promote safety and design by transforming downtown alleyways. String lights and have local artists paint murals on the walls.
Registration #: 453
A tent set up on the river with music, dancing, and drinks. Skates must be worn! Enjoy some winter night life @ The Forks for a $10 cover.
Registration #: 454
Have a "chalk drawing" festival in the Forks! Let local artists draw on the pavements of the Forks so it can be more visually entertaining.
Registration #: 455
Its WPG,its cold. WPG transit is reliable, the more usable bus shacks with stronger heating systems will help keep others warm in winter.
Registration #: 456
Close down a street in the Exchange District for the day and have a chalk festival where anyone can draw on the street.
Registration #: 458
Designate an area of The Forks for a permanent Food Truck Village. Include a weather controlled area for live music and pedestrian use.
Registration #: 459
Interconnect all biking/walking paths in the city so that multiple attractions can be reached from one path
Registration #: 460
Electrical outlets in bus shelters so people can charge their phones while waiting for the bus
Registration #: 461
Landmark lighted micro-stages & pocket parks in high-traffic areas purpose built to draw in and provide better busking and increased safety.
Registration #: 462
Make the area beside St Norbert Community Center better by taking down the old unsafe toboggan slide and create a new one.
Registration #: 464
To have bicycles on Parks for the public to freely utilize them. Using a system,the public will use and return them back to designated spots
Registration #: 465
My idea is to build bike racks stations, where you can go and rent a bike for a couple of dollars and bike to another bike station.
Registration #: 466
I hope the parking space can be widened for those trucks or Vans. That can reduce some trouble, such as hit and run in the park.
Registration #: 467
Identify residential Winnipeg streets that could most convincingly be converted to public "green-space". Undertake the conceptual design.
Registration #: 468
Place space heaters in the most popular bus shelter locations throughout the city!
Registration #: 469
My idea is to make use of the rooftop space of the major buildings in downtown Winnipeg and create urban rooftop community gardens.
Registration #: 470
Give visible names to all of the bridges in the city. Creating a sense of connectedness to one of its unique and beautiful aspects.
Registration #: 471
Breaking the ice！- Frozen gifts in clear ice cubes passing them to people.
Registration #: 472
Build sheltered hammock "stations" across Winnipeg parks. People who don't have a backyard to put a hammock in can enjoy it in the parks.
Registration #: 475
A mini greenhouse that will look or feel like in a tropical country. It's great for WPG when people are missing summer during winter times!
Registration #: 477
Local artists and engineers unite to create an unique turbine park close to portage and main. Result: green energy and innovating downtown.
Registration #: 479
Allow artists to showcase their work on street boulevards and empty spaces throughout Winnipeg, making the entire city a tourist attraction
Registration #: 480
Close lengths of downtown Portage for weekly activities, markets and exhibitions "What's happening on Portage this weekend?" will echo about
Registration #: 481
Use existing bike paths/trails in parks around the city and turn them into ice skating paths to be used during the winter
Registration #: 482
Curated lighting displays outside destination points in less travelled areas enhancing pedestrian safety and highlighting events inside/out
Registration #: 485
Bring a bike rent system like Citi Bike, so that you can rent a bike from 1 spot and drop it off at another, at any given time.
Registration #: 486
To provide Winnipeg with an alternative way to get to the Forks using skywalks connect from Portage Place to MTS Centre.
Registration #: 487
Architecture for all: a lookout/treehouse structure along the cycling paths in Whittier park facing west towards the Winnipeg skyline
Registration #: 489
Hold a contest for kids to design art and poetry on environment theme- print winners on buses. Good message and encourage youth ridership.
Registration #: 490
Park 'n' Ride bicycle rentals available in parking lots within Wpg, options for rental available at ticket terminal with credit card.
Registration #: 491
Design miniature libraries on Winnipeg's public spaces or places where people can read, donate, exchange and get books for free.
Registration #: 492
Open a small pet cafe in Osborne Village for people to sit, relax and meet while enjoying the company of a furry friend.
Registration #: 493
Construct a maze filled with art work and optical illusions to make a great tourist attraction and also a fun way to admire art for all ages
Registration #: 495
design a set in public place(s) and set up Polaroid camera(s) where people can pay to have their pictures taken in the set and keep the film
Registration #: 496
Install a 50 ft long bridge that parallels right on the surface of the river at the Red River River walk in The Forks.
Registration #: 497
Re-use & install competition chairs along routes with heavy foot traffic, bus stops & park areas to encourage impromptu gathering spaces.
Registration #: 498
Place 'book shelters' around Winnipeg where people could take and leave books for free.
Registration #: 499
Have easy to read maps with famous and common areas on every crossroad/junction for easy navigation in the areas for new people like tourist
Registration #: 500
Make a graffiti park, a place where local artists can gather and not only color our city, but showcase their talent and passion as well.
Registration #: 501
Host an all-day event to educate citizens about North America's depleting bee population and practical ways to help promote growth.
Registration #: 502
PLAY THE CUBE! Provide a physical interface for Winnipeggers to control the coloured lights in the OMS Cube Stage when not in use.
Registration #: 503
Create a winter wind shelter art gallery tunnel across the Esplanade Riel Bridge and make it accessible for skaters
Registration #: 504
create a system that allows the poor/homeless to obtain food&drinks from a unique vending machine as reward to collecting recyclable waste.
Registration #: 505
As we all know that is really cold in Winnipeg so people can creat a solar heater, that will heat up the bus station during winter time.
Registration #: 506
Have a street festival to support local businesses with all of the proceeds going to them.
Registration #: 507
Initiate a redevelopment competition for former site of Nairn Av. dock to revitalize area along the East side waterfront.
Registration #: 508
Market Madness Saturday-Between 10am-5pm locals sell their original paintings, pottery, homemade beaded jewelry, music, food, etc.
Registration #: 509
Close down a few blocks of Portage for sanctioned drag races during cruise nights. Vendors would line the blocks creating a destination.
Registration #: 510
Build a giant shelter with warmed benches similar to bus shelters at The Cube to keep festivals and entertainment going during the winter.
Registration #: 511
During our long winters, turn the City of Winnipeg wading pools into little skating rinks for the families in the communities.
Registration #: 512
Public drinking-water fountains.
Registration #: 513
Lets paint our skyline by projecting different coloured lights on each of the buildings downtown and liven up the look of our city!
Registration #: 515
Invest in a downtown night market that runs all summer long; admission would be non-perishable food items to be donated to charity.
Registration #: 516
Create a historical art piece in Portage Mall.
Registration #: 518
Improve night time use of Assiniboine Park by putting decorative lights along pathways
Registration #: 521
Have a light show in downtown that could be a major city attraction at night, specially during the holiday season.
Registration #: 522
Public drinking fountains with spouts placed at levels for adults, children and dogs as well as a spout to fill water bottles.
Registration #: 524
To better the connection between communities, Place large retro blackboards in popular places around the city for people to share ideas.
Registration #: 525
As people pass by "Give and Take" stations on the street they can leave mittens, toques and scarves that people in need can take.
Registration #: 526
A childish fashion show for adults. People can wear their childhood dream clothing collection.
Registration #: 527
A market for people to sell their fresh fruits/vegetables to others not able to farm for themselves. Creating a healthy community and diet.
Registration #: 528
place the same book in each bus station,all residents share reading experience, to be mentally connected, pieces of time be utilised
Registration #: 529
Add colorful lights and flowers in the old parks to make it livelier & also for people to see and appreciate the beauty of the environment.
Registration #: 530
Promote Winnipeg as an All-Season Destination! Build a great indoor recreation/waterpark to create more jobs/revenues to fund city programs.
Registration #: 531
A reinforcement of safety and awareness to speed limits around school zones by making signs and crosswalks more noticeable with lights.
Registration #: 532
Like the river trail warming huts, participants will design a select number of bus shelters for the winter months for certain bus stops
Registration #: 534
Develop an Aboriginal public art sculpture trail from The Forks to the Aboriginal Centre on Higgins Avenue along the Red River.
Registration #: 535
Ping pong tables in public squares throughout The Exchange and Downtown.
Registration #: 536
Light up the trees throughout The Exchange District to enhance the ambiance and vibrancy of the area.
Registration #: 537
paint a scramble corner at Portage & Main - citizens can imagine one day owning the intersection
Registration #: 538
My idea is, to build booths and place it everywhere around downtown. Generally this would be made to socialize and meet other people.
Registration #: 539
Rent refurbished White Bikes, supplied by the WRENCH, equipped with bike route maps, on Esplanade Bridge. Re-Cycle & get to know our city.
Registration #: 540
Create a permanent food truck venue in Old Market Square. Build tables and benches using reclaimed wood and brick found locally.
Registration #: 541
A safer Winnipeg: Do a campaign so all houses/buildings have their street-numbers visible front & back for ambulances, fire-trucks, etc.
Registration #: 542
Make a gallery composed by the arts of ours community, and the best 100 arts will be selected to be placed in the streets of Winnipeg.
Registration #: 544
A green house and garden/green roof atop WAG. Designed by 5468796. Consider satellite view of WAG in design to attract tourists to our city.
Registration #: 545
Find a more effective way of educating the public on the alternatives to malathion & help fund the trials & research for such alternatives.
Registration #: 546
Train station is my $30,000 idea.An express train station that can transport people to major city locations(university,Airport etc)
Registration #: 549
Replace all of the current incandescent street lamps on a main thoroughfare to LED bulbs and significantly reduce operating costs.
Registration #: 550
Replace the advertising on billboards with local art, so that rather than being inspired to spend money, we can just be inspired.
Registration #: 551
Centralize Winnipeg's cultural values of artistic expression, culinary pursuits, and music inclination to a repurposed alley in downtown.
Registration #: 552
Create a #tacticalurbanism fund for low-cost, seasonal, people-first projects - crosswalk paint, parklets, planters... Most grants < $250.
Registration #: 553
develop indoor or underground tunnel between building and bus station in the city, to let people avoid feel extremely temperature changes
Registration #: 554
Building a public pet park with many activities, training sessions or just petting.
Registration #: 555
An entertainment and fun park children and adults
Registration #: 556
Build a basketball park with 4 courts in The Forks and host monthly 3 on 3 tournaments with $50 registration per team.
Registration #: 557
My idea is to add creativity and music to the city through large interactable music stations, @ key areas around the city for all to play w/
Registration #: 558
Install bookshelves at all major bus stations so people can pick up a book or magazine and return it when they get off.
Registration #: 559
A vending machine that only accepts plastic bottles and cans for its goods which will be small foods for the homeless or whoever it might be
Registration #: 560
A public art gallery in a community lot such as a park where anyone can display their artwork for everyone to admire and potentially buy
Registration #: 561
Wpg is a GROWING mosaic of neighbrhds! Task community CHAMPIONS in each 'hood 2 create a MAP enabling others 2 discover/share & celebrate
Registration #: 562
A reading sanctuary outside a local library. Will be dome shaped and consist of 8 reading Pods for people to sit in that will close off.
Registration #: 563
A curated drop off box or pick up service where one can donate unused materials, recyclables and /or art supplies for community use.
Registration #: 564
Ahoy, Winnipeg! Imagine floating cafes, shops and houses docking on our rivers. Moveable neighbourhoods activating the waterfront!
Registration #: 565
Forget FB & twitter, back to basics.10000+ Wpg based design postcards c/w postage to anywhere in world. Pavilion c/w mailbox in the Exchange
Registration #: 566
two words - LASER PYRAMID
Registration #: 572
Give out 60,000 bicycles to those that can't afford a car, include a helmet and lock - create a demand for needed bike infrastructure.
Registration #: 573
Activate second level. Golf driving range on roof of two or three storey Exchange Dist. Bldg. Steel & mesh structure around edge of building
Registration #: 574
Make a friend bench. To be placed on parks. Strangers can get to know each other by asking 5 questions provided by a box by the bench.
Registration #: 575
Provide new storefront on enclosed Exchange District back alley. Rotate weekly vendors to run pop-up store to test drive new businesses.
Registration #: 576
As a international student I really hope placement a bus schedule at each bus stop.
Registration #: 577
Children's seats for buses
Registration #: 578
Create a playful "I spy" marker to sit atop street signs that engage children and adults alike to identify and track locally-themed icons.
Registration #: 579
Create a prototype for wayfinding systems with vertical markers and access points into our active rivers for year-round use.
Registration #: 580
Culturally inclusive gathering place at Assiniboine Park welcoming all Peoples to experience Aboriginal diversity with art.
Registration #: 581
Renew the infrastructure in the public park.
Registration #: 583
Increase the times of buses in the winter, or let buses goes community deeply.
Registration #: 584
Repurpose recycled tires and construction materials around the city for the design of playground components, innovative chairs or decoration
Registration #: 585
Put dogs food and water under the chair. Because when people eat dinner, there dog just stand outside of restaurant. Human and dog are equal
Registration #: 586
Provide heated shelters throughout the city that provide shelter/warmth as well as distribute used/donated winter gear to the homeless.
Registration #: 587
A playground dedicated to wheelchair access! Replacing pebbles and creating wheelchair fitting swings, seesaws, roundabouts, slides & games.
Registration #: 588
Transform the whole city with a variety of ice sculptures everywhere during Festival du Voyageur.
Registration #: 589
#Chairyouridea Don't Sit. Get Fit! Activate + promote a healthier city with pedestrian friendly workout stations along circuit of streets.
Registration #: 590
Build more plaza resident area that give people place to hung out. Small area to skate and a basketball court for kids to communicate.
Registration #: 591
Create a map of local hotspots for tourists and locals to get to know the city better. Advertise restaurants and shops based on as mall fee
Registration #: 592
Build solar powered emergency phones in select areas of the city of Winnipeg
Registration #: 593
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Registration #: 594
Celebrate Winnipeg’s Indigenous history by revitalizing the Forks’ South Point with an Indigenous site design showcasing this sacred space
Registration #: 595
Horse drawn carriage rides around the forks, or sleigh rides on the Red River during winter.
Registration #: 596
Place Hammocks and Hammock chairs around the city (in places like parks) for a comfortable place where people can hangout and relax.
Registration #: 597
have more benches around the city esp. @ bus stops & along walking paths benches painted by local artists 2 B given a chance 2 B recognized
Registration #: 598
Remove unwanted graffiti in Winnipeg like the ones on trains. Graffiti is expensive to remove and by removing it will show a cleaner city.
Registration #: 599
Add a little life by creating one or more 'love locks' projects and display them at The Forks and/or in various communities in Winnipeg.
Registration #: 600
Build a public indoor recycled playground at the forks to be used during winter. Examples would be chalk walls and tire swings. Open for all
Registration #: 601
Organize a street festival in Albert Street and it will promote the Exchange District and would happen during the August long weekend.
Registration #: 602
To add exercise equipment for adults at playgrounds/parks to encourage activity and general health while children play
Registration #: 603
Create a pilot project to make Osborne into a pedestrian road to be used as a space for gatherings and to inspire culture.
Registration #: 604
Use large parking lots after hours for a movie drive-in theatre.
Registration #: 609
make stone chairs that designed with Olympic mascot, surrounding the Investors Group Field Adding more in the future (24 mascot already)
Registration #: 610
Create pop up patios across the downtown that can be quickly set up to give lucky passersby a chance to taste what local chefs have to offer
Registration #: 611
Get people up and moving! Put monitors around the city showing exercises/stretches that change each hour which are sponsored by clinics.
Registration #: 612
My idea for the chair your idea campaign, is heated bus stops for the winter. Lets get Winnipegers warm for winter!
Registration #: 613
Give Winnipeger's a new option for date night or something to do with friends and family by opening up a new and improved Drive-In Theatre!
Registration #: 615
A statue garden on Memorial Boulevard made of small solar panels. Its design is to show Winnipeggers the true beauty of renewable energy.
Registration #: 617
create and fund a public art, design or writing exhibition for cultural and intellectual benefits.
Registration #: 618
Help our city grow, adopt an abandoned flowerbed in a park and have a blooming good time
Registration #: 619
Unplugged Under the Bridge: on the Seine under the Marion St Bridge enjoy light & art installation, pop up concerts + hot snacks
Registration #: 620
Intercity ice ways on land throughout the city creating skating passage from the forks to various areas of the city.
Registration #: 621
Outdoor parkade road hockey tournaments for charities that help kids get enrolled in sports
Registration #: 622
Custom Signage that promotes walking. Example: “downtown 15 minute walk =>”
Registration #: 623
Community family lounges, a place to watch sporting events and play video games in a family setting.
Registration #: 624
Stand-alone digital information booths, all the city information you need in convenient location.
Registration #: 625
Take one leave one community drop boxes for books all around the city.
Registration #: 626
More directive city information signage for tourists or new Canadians entering the city via roadways or airport.
Registration #: 627
A mobile, whimsical playground for adults - to enjoy on work breaks, or anytime!
Registration #: 628
Establish permanent Boules Courts (Bocci) on the Broadway Boulevard
Registration #: 629
Remove +15s. Rewrite policy to return people and activity to the street
Registration #: 630
Implement a Laneway House Program for zones within certain proximity of downtown to promote density, affordable housing and safer laneways
Registration #: 631
Seasonally occupy curb lanes in strategic locations to establish a pedestrian community, park and event space.
Registration #: 632
Install radiant heated pedestrian paths to keep sidewalks and pathways warm and perpetually clear of snow
Registration #: 633
Tax the maximum developable floor area ratio on downtown surface parking lots to encourage positive redevelopment of surface lots
Registration #: 634
Cultivate a mobile orangery: deploy trees outside in summer; for winter, create a mobile interior/exterior urban forest
Registration #: 635
Develop urban farming green walls on derelict buildings to grow herbs and small edible or decorative plants
Registration #: 636
Establish food cart villages surrounding surface parking lots, to encourage activity and drive a sense of community in underutilized space
Registration #: 637
Bring back Schmockey night!
Registration #: 638
Mobile transit & parking meter app! Using your smart phone you can pay for bus fare and parking meters by simply scanning your barcode app!
Registration #: 639
We can increase the public building and facilities in Winnipeg. Order is very important, you can add more cameras to monitor people .
Registration #: 640
Wellington Crescent for Everyone: close off a section of road for biking/walking in a different area of Winnipeg once/week
Registration #: 642
Digging for Bones: At the Forks, create a Dinosaur Park to teach history and science, and to hold public digs
Registration #: 643
Build a Water Slide Park across from IKEA in the wide open space of land that is being used for nothing.
Registration #: 644
Build a small self sustaining wetland somewhere in winnipeg and have it used as a place for students to learn about the environment.
Registration #: 645
Floating + Sliding riverSTAGE providing a venue for temporary exhibitions and performances 365 days a year on our waters.
Registration #: 646
Free evening carnival on the weekends in the exchange. Local charities can use this as a platform for fundraising. Live music & performers
Registration #: 647
Longboards as well as skateboards to be available for rent at The Forks. This will provide a new and exciting way to explore and get active.
Registration #: 648
Turn Portage Place inside out! Incentivize ground floor retailers to re-open their streetfront store entrances.
Registration #: 649
Bring people downtown: digital sign boards at selected locations will show “Downtown Events This Week” with QR Codes to websites
Registration #: 650
Keep cars moving with a traffic circle at Portage and Main. It’s done in large European cities, like London and Paris, why not Winnipeg?
Registration #: 651
Make Winnipeg the Toboggan Capital of the World! Use our existing park infrastructure to create an International Tobogganing Competition.
Registration #: 652
Schedule community playdates at public playgrounds to encourage outdoor play and interaction between children & parents of diverse cultures
Registration #: 653
Phone charging stations at community hubs/bus stops. Generate your own power through a simple repeated action, like a bike powered battery
Registration #: 654
Test a non-chemical method to save us from the mosquito plight, a new design for BAT BOXES in Assiniboine Park!
Registration #: 655
Paint street lights to color code different zoning areas & paint street number on the posts for better navigation.
Registration #: 656
More dog parks. More public transit buses
Registration #: 657
Transform Carlton St. into a pedestrian ‘green’ corridor; a connection between Osborne Village, Broadway, the SHED district & Portage Ave.
Registration #: 659
Construct permanent awnings, canopies, wind breaks & radiant heaters adjacent to MB Hydro Place for a 4 season’s farmers market.
Registration #: 660
Develop an aura of romance & wonderment; suspend a canopy of lights over Portage Ave & revive the nightlife in downtown WPG.
Registration #: 661
Movable speed bumps embedded with a device that diverts pressure from a car's weight into compressed air tanks for sidewalk bike-pumps.
Registration #: 662
Massive garage sale from donations around the community and all proceeds go towards constructing bike paths.
Registration #: 663
Install all buses in the city with gps tracking and pay to develop an application so that people can monitor their bus in real time.
Registration #: 664
Interpret Winnipeg's history through the blending of current/archival images in a free smart phone ap.
Registration #: 665
Sitting still for 5 min in the Isolation pot downtown; it will give a new experience of the city.
Registration #: 666
Bus shelter competition by UofM architecture students. Criteria: creative, weather haven/winter shelter/energy efficient, fun for bus riders
Registration #: 667
Install all buses in the city with gps tracking and pay to develop an application so that people can monitor their bus in real time.
Registration #: 668
Make a $5 donation towards the homeless to decorate birdhouses at different venues around the city.
Registration #: 669
Increased summer hours (including being open on Sundays) for the Millennium Library to bring more activity to the downtown area.
Registration #: 670
#ARTCITY takes on WPGCITY $30K donation to AC in return for 5 pieces of public art created by kids at AC. Art placed at impt. WPG locations.
Registration #: 671
#SNOWDAY Street hockey tournament and Party (Giant toboggan hill!!) at Portage and Main over the XMAS break. Party like kids on a snow day.
Registration #: 672
Select a 'Notable Winnipegger of the Week' to celebrate. Someone who has captured our attention through achievement or simply notoriety.
Registration #: 674
Love letters to Winnipeg: 100 artfully crafted mail boxes, set in 100 places we love in Winnipeg, to send & read love letters to Winnipeg.
Registration #: 675
Commission a design study that proposes beautiful design solutions (plantings, shrubs, art...) for Winnipeg's ugly concrete street medians.
Registration #: 676
Turn Old Market Square into a vibrant winter wonderland by building a skating rink in front of the Cube to attract people all season long.
Registration #: 677
Create 50km of new safe bike-to-school routes for kids in a day with 1000 on-road flower planters to calm traffic & beautify local streets.
Registration #: 680
Flood Old Market Square in the wintertime to be used as a skating rink.
Registration #: 682
Design a modern display typeface system to be used for unique, dynamic, cohesive public branding and way-finding around the city.
Registration #: 683
Urban Junktion -A socio-collateral initiative to turn an abandoned/shady district into an art and entertainment hub by RECYCLING city's junk
Registration #: 684
Different coloured chairs, each in the shape of a hand, placed throughout the city. Each chair represents a year of Winnipeg's history.
Registration #: 686
60 architects get $500 each to spend on a day with kindergarten kids. Make design exciting at a young age to grow a design-aware generation
Registration #: 688
remove interlocking brick in urban medians. replace with tall prairie grasses. low maintenance, less headlight glare, jaywalking deterrent.
Registration #: 689
temporary pitch-n-putt on Broadway.
Registration #: 690
Inflatable screen in Memorial Park showing every Jets game.
Registration #: 691
mobile farmer’s market truck selling locally sourced produced at various urban locations in the city. put fresh local produce within reach.
Registration #: 692
#chairyouridea Create an adopt-a-tree stewardship program for property owners to speed blvd tree replacement in their neighbourhoods
Registration #: 693
#chairyouridea Design(competition)&build series of iconic shelters w/firepits for group-use picnic areas thru-out Wpg’s riverside parkways
Registration #: 694
#chairyouridea Close Memorial btwn Broadway&York, string canopy of lights: summer market&event zone, winter skating, New Market Square!
Registration #: 695
I would like a basketball court in the field beside Dzogan Cove
Registration #: 696
Bring back the book-mobile! 20' sea-cans filled with books for mini-library diployment around the city. More books please!
Registration #: 698
Convert usable green spaces & chain link fences into community gardens to provide food/nourishment for our community’s homeless population
Registration #: 699
Heal the earth and ourselves with free vegetable and medicinal plant seeds. Backyard, patio and sidewalk/guerrilla gardens for all!
Registration #: 700
Start a design competition in an urban space downtown that calls for pop-up homeless shelters that sleep 2 comfortably in the winter
Registration #: 701
INSTALL some CHIN-UP BARS at bus stops, so Wpgers can exercise 2gther while waiting for the bus. Connect these bus stops as a fitness trek.
Registration #: 702
#chairyouridea Do what it takes to make Winnipeg a @UNESCO Creative City of Design! @Mayor_Bowman
Registration #: 703
SOLUTIONS: FROM REFUGE BEDS TO SAFE ROOMING HOMES TO PRIVATE APARTMENT;
Registration #: 704
Hanging around in Winnipeg could be more pleasant during the summer by offering more shade to pedestrians. Summer heat is brutal here.
Registration #: 705
Winnipeg River League. Create free ice rinks along Winnipeg’s rivers and encourage use through an outdoor hockey tournament. Love WINTERPEG.
Registration #: 706
A SAFER WINNIPEG: A campaign so all houses/buildings have their street-numbers visible front & back for ambulances, fire-trucks, etc.
Registration #: 707
Bring River & Osborne to life with sidewalk art & painted crosswalks! Increase pedestrian visibility & creates sense of place #chairyouridea
Registration #: 708
Tree Swing: Hang tree swings along boulevards all over town. Celebrate Winnipeg's urban forest & encourage people to stop, swing & mingle.
Registration #: 710
People deposit unused gift cards into vending machines throughout the city that homeless people can access up to once per day using a code.
Registration #: 711
Create a Riverside Beach with great views of the Red or Assiniboine. Easily accessible location. Umbrellas. Spray fountains.
Registration #: 713
Bull run? Polar Bear Run! @Portage + Main
Registration #: 720
a public teaching space toward respect for land, all philosophies and cultures, a focal point for Wpg as Compassionate City, Prairie Geneva
Registration #: 721
Library in a truck. A truck that holds books rather than people. Drives around in neighborhoods that don't or can't access a library #cyi
Registration #: 722
There should be free WIFI from everywhere in Winnipeg.
Registration #: 723
Neglected city pie lots along heavily walked Cumberland transformed into "urban tall grass prairie nature trail" with indigenous public art!
Registration #: 724
I propose adding underwater LED lighting to enhance the look of the iconic Centennial Fountain on Broadway after dark.
Registration #: 725
< 0.05% of native prairie habitat remains. City spends $37,438 a year on mowing. Stop mowing highway boulevards. Restore native species!
Registration #: 727
A Bike-Share program which anyone can rent and access bicycles in stations throughout downtown adjacent neighbourhoods,and famous landmark
Registration #: 728
Urban/Community gardens. Fostering a sense of belonging, growing food and a community. Celebrates diversity and team work.
Registration #: 729
Rent surface parking stalls downtown and transform them into usable public space like small parks, community gardens, or pop-up markets.
Registration #: 730
Sidewalks shall become the palette for Indigenous art, making us mindful of our common past & suffuse us with the desire for reconciliation.
Registration #: 732
We want to connect all green space in the middle of Boardway by pedestrian crosswalk, from city hall all the way to the forks!
Registration #: 735
It is time to think about a new transportation system without damaging the image of Winnipeg City.
Registration #: 736
Burning Man? No, Melting Man! New Year's Eve A towering sculpture of ice and snow Midnight Light the bonfire and melt, Melting Man, melt!
Registration #: 737
Bring the beach experience to #winnipeg @TheForks. Sand, reclaimed elm log benches along the Red River. #chairyouridea
Registration #: 738
A competition to develop Alexander Dock. Design elevated buildings in line with Cibo rest. With a linked walkway overlooking the river, creating a new public space.
Registration #: 739
BAN ACCESS TO PORN VIA PUBLIC WIFI IN WINNIPEG/ MB LIKE LONDON / UK. You want it? Pay for it!
Registration #: 740
Create community gardens to grow free organic produce for low income families and homeless.