Grant Park, Winnipeg

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Grant Park, Winnipeg
Coordinates: 49°51′21″N97°09′46″W / 49.85583°N 97.16278°W / 49.85583; -97.16278 Coordinates: 49°51′21″N97°09′46″W / 49.85583°N 97.16278°W / 49.85583; -97.16278
  Total1.4 km2 (0.5 sq mi)
Area code(s) Area codes 204 and 431

Grant Park is a neighbourhood in Winnipeg's south end. Its general boundaries are Pembina Hwy. to the east. Corydon Ave. to the north. Taylor Ave. to the south, and Cambridge St. to the west.



Prior to the mid-1950s the Canadian National Railway owned railway track adjacent to Woodward Ave. When the ground sank, the builders had to refix it with cement, rocks and gravel. This was between Pembina Hwy. and Cambridge St. This track was later declared surplus and sold to the City. The tracks were removed, the ground was redone, the street expanded to include a service road and renamed Grant Ave.

In the late 1960s, the Grant Park Shopping Centre complex was built. It originally featured a Woolco, Gambles, Safeway, and Dominion stores.

Pan Am Pool was built so that Winnipeg could host the 1967 Pan American Games. Until 2006 it was home to the Canadian Aquatic Hall of Fame.

Around the same time the shopping centre, and PanAm Pool were being constructed, various mid-rise and hi-rise apartment buildings were being built. Some of the apartment blocks have undergone major interior and exterior renovations.


As of 2006, the population of the Grant Park neighbourhood is 2,700 people. [1] About 18% of the people are a visible minority, and 9% of them are Aboriginal. 21% of the people are not affiliated with any religions. The average household income in the area is $41,738.

Racial Groups in Grant Park, Winnipeg [1]
Population groupPopulation (2006)% of total population (2006)
White 1,965
Visible minority group South Asian 65
East Asian 175
Black 75
Latin American 65
Arab & West Asian 0
Southeast Asian 105
Multiracial 10
Total visible minority population495
Aboriginal group First Nations 75
Métis 165
Inuit 0
Aboriginal, n.i.e.0
Multiple Aboriginal identities0
Total Aboriginal population240
Total population2700100%

Points of interest

Pan Am Pool Winnipeg 2006-2007 144.jpg
Pan Am Pool


Between 1976 and the mid-1990s, Winnipeg Videon had their administration and headend offices located at 651 & 657 Stafford St.

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