List of neighbourhoods in Winnipeg

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There are 236 neighbourhoods in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada according to the Neighbourhoods of Winnipeg website.


Major districts include St. Boniface, St. Norbert, St. Vital, Transcona, St. James-Assiniboia, Tuxedo, Garden City, Fort Garry, Fort Rouge, River Heights, Charleswood, North Kildonan, West Kildonan, East Kildonan, the North End, the West End, the Northwest, and City Centre. [1]




  • Beaumont
  • Betsworth
  • Birchwood
  • Booth
  • Bridgwater Centre
  • Bridgwater Forest
  • Bridgwater Lakes
  • Bridgwater Trails
  • Broadway - Assiniboine
  • Brockville
  • Brooklands
  • Bruce Park
  • Buchanan
  • Burrows Central
  • Burrows - Keewatin



  • Dakota Crossing
  • Daniel McIntyre
  • Deer Lodge
  • Dufferin
  • Dufferin Industrial
  • Dufresne
  • Dugald





  • Heritage Park
  • Holden


  • Inkster - Faraday
  • Inkster Gardens
  • Inkster Industrial Park
  • Island Lakes


  • J.B. Mitchell
  • Jameswood
  • Jefferson


  • Kensington
  • Kern Park
  • Kil-cona Park
  • Kildare - Redonda
  • Kildonan Crossing
  • Kildonan Drive
  • Kildonan Park
  • King Edward
  • Kingston Crescent
  • Kirkfield


  • La Barriere
  • Lavalee
  • Legislature
  • Leila - McPhillips Triangle
  • Leila North
  • Linden Ridge
  • Linden Woods
  • Logan - C.P.R
  • Lord Roberts
  • Lord Selkirk Park
  • Luxton


  • Maginot
  • Mandalay West
  • Maples, the
  • Maple Grove Park
  • Margaret Park
  • Marlton
  • Mathers
  • Maybank
  • McLeod Industrial
  • McMillan
  • Meadowood
  • Meadows
  • Melrose
  • Minnetonka
  • Mint, the
  • Minto
  • Mission Gardens
  • Mission Industrial
  • Montcalm
  • Munroe East
  • Munroe West
  • Murray Industrial Park
  • Mynarski


  • Niakwa Park
  • Niakwa Place
  • Norberry
  • Normand Park
  • North Inkster Industrial
  • North Point Douglas
  • North River Heights
  • North St. Boniface
  • North Transcona Yards
  • Norwood East
  • Norwood West


  • Oak Point Highway
  • Old Tuxedo
  • Omand's Creek Industrial



  • Radisson
  • Regent
  • Richmond Lakes
  • Richmond West, Winnipeg
  • Ridgedale
  • Ridgewood South
  • River - Osborne
  • River East
  • River Park South
  • River West Park
  • Riverbend
  • Rivergrove
  • Riverview
  • Robertson
  • Roblin Park
  • Rockwood
  • Roslyn
  • Rosser - Old Kildonan
  • Rossmere - A
  • Rossmere - B
  • Royalwood


  • Sage Creek
  • Sargent Park
  • Saskatchewan North
  • Seven Oaks
  • Shaughnessy Park
  • Silver Heights
  • Sir John Franklin
  • South Point Douglas
  • South Pointe
  • South Portage
  • South River Heights
  • South Tuxedo
  • Southboine
  • Southdale
  • Southland Park
  • Spence
  • Springfield North
  • Springfield South
  • St. Boniface Industrial
  • St. Charles
  • St. George
  • St. James Industrial
  • St. John's Park
  • St. John's
  • St. Matthews
  • St. Norbert
  • St. Vital
  • St. Vital Perimeter South
  • Stock Yards
  • Sturgeon Creek
  • Symington Yards


  • Talbot - Grey
  • Templeton - Sinclair
  • Tissot
  • Transcona North
  • Transcona South
  • Transcona Yards
  • Trappistes
  • Turnbull Drive
  • Tuxedo
  • Tuxedo Industrial
  • Tyndall Park
  • Tyne-Tees


  • University


  • Valhalla
  • Valley Gardens
  • Varennes
  • Varsity View
  • Vialoux
  • Victoria Crescent
  • Victoria West
  • Vista


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  1. Sherlock's Map of Winnipeg and Surrounding Areas, Ile Des chenne ISBN   978-1-895229-67-7.

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