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Downtown Winnipeg continues to struggle from pandemic woes: new report

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COVID-19 pandemic, there are concerns about the future of the city’s downtown, according to a new report from the Downtown BIZ.Although some office workers who moved to working from home in spring 2020 will be returning to their downtown workplaces, not everyone will, and BIZ CEO Kate Fenske says area businesses aren’t recovering at the rate they are in other neighbourhoods — with at least 40 businesses closing permanently since the pandemic began.“Property values, if they drop downtown … that money needs to be made up somewhere else, and we want to make sure we’re getting ahead of this and taking action to prevent any major loss,” said Fenske.“The revenue that’s generated downtown is not only important to attract talent and make Winnipeg.

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