If you would have asked Shak Illmatik just three years ago if he could imagine himself running a restaurant in Winnipeg’s Exchange District, he would have told you that you were crazy. After all, he…
“Seduta” is an Italian word meaning to sit or observe, the latter of which one will surely be inspired to do as they walk through the quaint and colourful Seduta Art. Located in a charming 20th-century building at…
The family-owned gallery brilliantly highlights Inuit Art, Folk Art, Photography and Textile Art from both local and international artists.
This family-owned business has always understood the importance of adapting to changing business environments, and this past year has been no exception. Throughout the pandemic they have adapted increased health and safety measures and have implemented new business models that have allowed them to safely fit their community with quality footwear.
With over 20 years of success under its luxury belt, Tamarack Clothing has relocated to the Exchange District in an effort to become more accessible to Winnipeggers.
Designer and entrepreneur Alicja Dalecki happily returned to her Exchange District roots when she launched Boutique Anya in 2015. Boasting an exquisite collection of contemporary, beautifully crafted pieces in a bright and approachable shop, the boutique has quickly garnered a long list of loyal, well-dressed customers.
Local coffee connoisseur who transformed office café culture is now bringing his full-flavoured beans to his café in the Exchange