City of Winnipeg fitness facilities to re-open for limited service, additional libraries to open and extend hours of operation
Beginning Monday, March 8, a number of our recreation and leisure facilities will open for limited fitness service only. Residents are encouraged to book fitness blocks online at leisureONLINE, or by calling 311, prior to arriving at the facilities as there is no guarantee of available blocks for registration upon arrival. For more information, see: Recreation & Leisure.
On Monday, March 1, 2021 all Winnipeg Public Library branches will be open for contactless holds pickup and returns only, with the exception of the Cornish Library, which will remain closed for renovations. The hours of operation will expand, and they will all be open on Saturdays. The book return chutes will be available 24/7. For more information, see: Winnipeg Public Library.
Winter recreation activities
Residents seeking to get active this winter season are encouraged to get outside and enjoy a wide-range of City trails, while staying safe. Persons of all ages and abilities are invited to embrace the beauty of Winnipeg winters, safely and responsibly as residents can still follow provincial health orders while getting some much-needed fresh air. For more information, see: Using outdoor recreation and park amenities.
Face masks required in City facilities and vehicles, including Winnipeg Transit and Winnipeg Transit Plus
As part of our commitment to ensure the health and safety of our residents and employees, all individuals entering City facilities or using City vehicles, including Winnipeg Transit and Winnipeg Transit Plus, must wear a face mask as a means to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community. For more information, see: Ongoing response.
We are also asking passengers to only ride Transit for essential trips, such as grocery shopping or getting to work. More information about your role in safe Transit, see: Winnipeg Transit.
Potential exposures information
For information provided by Manitoba Health about locations where people might have been exposed to COVID-19 in a City of Winnipeg facility or vehicle, including Winnipeg Transit, see: Potential exposures.