Libraries expanding services on July 26
On Monday, July 26, 2021, the Winnipeg Public Library will expand services at all of its branches in accordance with provincial public health guidelines. This includes collection browsing, membership and account assistance, computer use (limited capacity), printing and photocopying, as well as self-checkout and self-pick-up of holds.
Capacity at the branches will be limited, and visitors may be directed to a queue until space is available.
For more information on current library services, programs, and hours of operation, see: Libraries.
Select fitness centres & indoor pools open
Some of our fitness centres and indoor pools are open at reduced capacity, and we are offering limited indoor programming at these facilities, in accordance with provincial public health guidelines.
The following facilities are open:
- Cindy Klassen Recreation Complex (including the indoor pool)
- Fort Rouge Leisure Centre
- Freight House Recreation Centre
- Pan Am (including the indoor pool)
- Peguis Trail Health & Fitness Centre
- St. James Assiniboia Centennial (indoor pool remains closed at this time)
- Sergeant Tommy Prince Place (indoor pool remains closed at this time)
Service at indoor fitness centres is limited. Service at indoor pools is limited to lane swimming, public swim, and aquatic sports groups.
For more information, including facility schedules and admissions details, see: Recreation & leisure.
Face masks required in City of Winnipeg 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.
For 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 facility or vehicle, including Winnipeg Transit, see: Potential exposures.