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Since its inception, Pantages Playhouse Theatre has entertained audiences with diverse genres of theatre, be it professional or amateur. This grand stage has been graced by legendary performers with performances ranging from music performances, ballet shows, discourses and, even, political causes. As the founder Alexander Pantage had rightly quoted, this versatile place does not leave anyone disappointed!
The Union Building in Winnipeg is better known as the first ever skyscraper of Canada. Located in the Exchange District neighborhood of the city, the building was established in 1904. Constructed in 'Chicago Style Classic Palazzo' and designed by the architectural firm Pearson and Darling who were also responsible for iconic structures like the Canadian Pacific Building, Toronto General Hospital's college wing, and the Varsity Arena in Toronto, the building took a year to complete and was home to the Union Bank and later the Royal Bank, who took over the former. It now serves as home to the Paterson Globalfoods Institute.
Also known as Walkers Theatre (after its original owner), this place is a true witness to Canada's fine arts. For over 100 years, Burton Cummings Theatre for the Performing Arts has hosted live theater, vaudeville, concerts, and silent films. Cummings donates a part of his concerts' earnings for repayment of the theater's debt. Help sustain this grand theater by catching an event here.
Formerly known as CanWest Global Park, Winnipeg's premier baseball stadium was inaugurated on May 24, 1999. On game days, Shaw Park comes alive as avid baseball fans flood the stands, cheering on their favored team, riveted by the action on the field as the game unfolds. Home of the Winnipeg Goldeneyes, Shaw Park is located in the heart of the city near downtown and is one of the finest baseball facilities in the region. Shaw Park was constructed in three phases, with a final seating capacity of over 7000 and 30 luxury, private skysuites. The ballpark has hosted prestigious tournaments like the 1999 Pan American Games and has all the requisite amenities to qualify as a venue for international baseball championship games.
Located on the western bank of River Red, this gorgeous park is named after renowned politician Stephen Juba. With bike paths, water taxi dock and public art works, this park remains an attraction for tourists and locals alike. Certain refurbishments were made to the park as a part of the Waterfront Drive project in 2004.