Qualico Communities is a proud supporter of the Festival du Voyageur! This year’s 45th anniversary Festival runs from February 14th to the 23rd. Talented artists have displayed their skills again with a snow sculpture along Lagimodiere Blvd at Bishop Grandin representing the timeless arm wrestling competition.
Winter is here and although that means cold days and long nights it does signal the start of snowman season. Big thanks to whoever built this little guy on the trail running along Dr. David Friesen Drive. He’s quickly become a favourite of the gang at the Qualico office building. If you’ve built a cool
Sage Creek continues to become more and more beautiful. The roundabout at the intersection of Boulevard des Hivernants and Edward Turner Drive is now home to a stunning new landmark! “Flight” is a 15-foot tall and 20-foot wide steel alloy sculpture of Canada Geese by renown local artist David MacNair. This is Sage Creek’s second
A Residents’ Association is an opportunity for you to help shape the future of Sage Creek. Community issues such as development approvals, playground improvements, baseball diamonds or basketball courts are all aspects of community development that require involvement of the City of Winnipeg, the developer and, most importantly, the residents. While an individual resident voicing
The City of Winnipeg has recognized the necessity for traffic signals at the intersection of Sage Creek Blvd and Lagimodiere Blvd. We understand Public Works will be presenting the case for traffic light installation to City Council in September and we expect to see installation occur shortly afterward.
The Sage Creek Residents’ Forum is an exciting new intiative where you as residents can connect with one another, share information and experiences and learn more about whats happening in your community. Have questions about upcoming developments in Sage Creek? Have ideas to share with fellow residents? These are topics that you can post in the forum and get
Foxtail is a weed that can pose a health hazard to dogs and other animals if ingested. Heavy precipitation in the springtime, as we have seen in the last few years, has led to an increased foxtail presence in some parts of the