Windsor Park Nordic Centre

Act Now to Protect Green Space in City of Winnipeg

On Thursday May 13, 2021, the City of Winnipeg Executive Policy Committee will vote on two 25-year planning documents that enable ad hoc development on natural green space, parks and city owned golf land.

  1. OurWinnipeg 2045
  2. Complete Communities 2.0

We are concerned with the content of these initiatives and believe they open the door to the erosion of publicly accessible green space in Winnipeg.

If this concerns you as well, we strongly encourage you to take the following actions now:

  1. Sign the Petition
  2. Write a Letterbefore May 13th – to the Mayor & Councillors asking them to save Winnipeg’s green space from development. A template is provided.
  3. Register to Speak at the Public Hearing – deadline 2:30 PM May 12th

Find out more here:

Private Ski Lessons – Windsor Park Nordic Centre

Windsor Park Nordic Centre is now offering ski lessons!

Lessons are private or with a maximum of 3 household members who are 13 years or older. Email to ask about family lessons with younger children.

Cost is $50 + GST and processing fee. Trail fee is waived for lesson day.

Rental equipment is not available. Clubhouse is still closed.

Classic technique lessons are weekly at 10:00 AM, 1:30 PM or 7:00 PM & weekends 10:00 AM and 1:30 PM. Skate technique lessons are Tue 10:00 AM, Wed 7:00 PM and Thu 1:30 PM.

Space is limited. Book your lesson today!

Fundraising Campaign: Windsor Park Nordic Centre Grooming Equipment

Windsor Park Nordic Centre has started a fundraising campaign to replace trail grooming equipment for next season.

Donations are eligible for a tax deduction and every donation supports Windsor Park Nordic Centre as well as our partner in skiing, Nordiq Canada. It’s a win, win, win!

The goal is $120,000 and the campaign ends March 31, 2021.

COVID-19 Update: New Public Engagement Survey

The province is considering further loosening some public health restrictions while continuing to prioritize the needs of the health-care system and protecting Manitobans from the risks of COVID-19 and new variants.

The province is asking for feedback from Manitobans on the proposed changes, which would come into effect next week to replace the current public health orders that expire at 11:59 p.m. on Feb. 12.

Click here to view the complete details in the full release from the announcement.

The proposed changes related to sport/recreation/fitness include:

  • allowing gyms to reopen at 25 per cent capacity for one-on-one and individual training sessions with adequate physical distancing, with no group classes
  • allowing organized outdoor sports to resume for games or practices (no multi-team tournaments)

We encourage you to participate in this public engagement survey. To provide your input, visit