An 1821 painting of winter fishing on the ice of the Assiniboine and Red rivers. Fort Gibraltar was erected in 1809.
Crowd gathered outside old City Hall during the Winnipeg General Strike in 1919
In 1942, the Canadian Victory Loan campaign simulated a Nazi occupation of the city to raise war bonds.
Docks at The Forks. The city lies at the bottom of the Red River Valley, a flood plain with a flat topography.
Winters are cold with little precipitation in Winnipeg.
Centred on the intersection of Portage and Main, Downtown Winnipeg is the city's central business district.
The Royal Canadian Mint's facility in Winnipeg produces Canadian coins for circulation, as well as foreign coins.
The Esplanade Riel is a landmark and pedestrian bridge in the city. It connects downtown Winnipeg with the St. Boniface neighbourhood.
Centennial Concert Hall is a performing arts centre that is home to the Manitoba Opera, Royal Winnipeg Ballet, and the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.
Located in Winnipeg, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is a national museum of Canada.
The Korean Pavilion during Folklorama.
Canada Life Centre is an indoor arena in downtown Winnipeg. It is the home arena of the NHL's Winnipeg Jets and the AHL's Manitoba Moose.
CBC Manitoba is one of five English-language television broadcasters in Winnipeg and ICI Manitoba is the French-language station.
Winnipeg City Hall is the seat of municipal government.
Winnipeg is home to the Manitoba Legislative Building, which houses the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba.
Located in Winnipeg, the University of Manitoba is the largest post-secondary institution in the province.
Union Station is the inter-city railway station for the city.
Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport is the only commercial international airport in the province.
Entrance to CFB Winnipeg. CFB Winnipeg is the home garrison for a number of Royal Canadian Air Force units.

River East Transcona School Division (RETSD) is a school division located in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

- River East Transcona School Division

Winnipeg has seven school divisions: Winnipeg School Division, St. James-Assiniboia School Division, Pembina Trails School Division, Seven Oaks School Division, Division Scolaire Franco-Manitobaine, River East Transcona School Division, and Louis Riel School Division.

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