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Sixty percent of Manitoba's population lives in Winnipeg and its outerlying suburbs, making it the most desirable city in the province to live, work and study. The CDI Winnipeg campus is available to everyone in the area looking to further their education or upgrade their skills. Choose from programs in business, healthcare, and technology while studying at CDI College in Winnipeg.

The campus is found in the heart of Winnipeg, and is close to shopping, green space and the Red River. Students in the city will have access to a wide range of entertainment from productions of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet to local sports team matches. 
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Winnipeg provides unique urban charm in the middle of a vast prairie landscape.
280 Main St. 
Winnipeg, MB 
R3C 1A9

Programs offered at Winnipeg campus

About Winnipeg

Things to do in Winnipeg
Winnipeg is a great city to live, work, and study. The capital and largest city of Manitoba, Winnipeg mixes urban arts and culture with a dash of Wild West attitude. With an abundance of festivals, events, parks, and museums, there's plenty to keep you occupied in this prairie city.

Sports and Outdoor Activities

Winnipeg is home to one of Canada's largest urban nature parks. The Assiniboine Forest is made up of 700 acres of forest and marshland. The park is a great place to bird watch, hike or picnic. It also features the Assiniboine Park Zoo, which is home to more than 400 species of animals from all over the world. Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre is also a wonderful place to view wildlife. Visitors can hike or canoe through the park to view snakes, eagles, and songbirds.

Sports enthusiasts will love Winnipeg. Winnipeg is home to several golf and country clubs including Bel Acres, Crescent Drive, and the Harbour View Golf Course and Recreation Complex, which also offers miniature golf, horseshoes, paddleboats, volleyball, and ice skating. Winnipeg's skateboarding parks are among the best in the world. The Plaza skateboarding park at The Forks is among the best and boasts $2.5 million in street-style features like rails, ledges, and benches.

Local sports teams include: the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL team), the Winnipeg Alliance FC (Canadian Major Indoor Soccer League), the Manitoba Moose, (American Hockey League team) and one of the world's best curling teams.

In the winter, Winnipeg is still a great place to get active. Cross-country skiing, outdoor ice skating, tobogganing, and snowmobiling are all popular activities. There's also the Canada Inns Winter Wonderland at Red River Exhibition Park, which features a drive-through winter light show. You can also take part in the Festival du Voyageur, Western Canada's largest winter festival. The festival features music, dancing, ice sculpture and Franco-Manitoban culture.

Arts and Culture

For an historic day out, the Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site of Canada is a nineteenth century fort where you can see history come alive. Spend an afternoon touring the Governor General's house and the oldest fur trading post in North America. Fort Gibraltar and the Maison du Bourgeois are great places to relive nineteenth century history and the Air Force Heritage Museum is the perfect place for history to take flight.

From modern and edgy to traditional Aboriginal art, Winnipeg has galleries and museums to suit everyone. The Winnipeg Art Gallery is Canada's oldest public art gallery and home to the world's largest collection of Inuit art. For something a bit more avant-garde, head over to Ace Art Inc., a gallery showcasing experimental and non-commercial art, or the Graffiti Gallery at The Skate Plaza. Winnipeg has plenty of music and theatre venues and is home to the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.
Places to Volunteer in Winnipeg
Volunteering is an excellent way to gain valuable work experience while making a positive impact in your community. Here are a few Winnipeg organizations that may need the help of volunteers.

  • Adoption Options Manitoba
  • Winnipeg Pet Rescue Shelter
  • Delta Waterfowl Foundation
  • Graffiti Art Programming
  • The Royal Winnipeg Ballet
  • Federation of Canadian Music Festivals
  • Cancer
  • Care Manitoba Foundation
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Winnipeg
  • The Open Access Resource Centre
  • Special Olympics Manitoba
  • Society for Manitobans with Disabilities Foundation
  • Independent Living Resource Centre
  • The Arthritis Society Manitoba Division
  • Schizophrenia Society of Canada
  • Manitoba Schizophrenia Society
  • Manitoba Brain Injury Association
  • Heart and Stroke Foundation of Manitoba
  • Canadian Celiac Association Manitoba Chapter
  • Manitoba Eco-Network
  • Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources
  • Coalition to Save the Elms
  • Winnipeg Habitat for Humanity
  • Love Lives Here
  • Siloam Mission
  • Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba
  • The John Howard Society of Manitoba
  • The Women's Health Research Foundation of Canada
  • Fort Garry Women's Resource Centre