Gateway to Winnipeg
St. Norbert, with its rustic atmosphere, presents itself as a true “village” within the city. Ideally located south of Winnipeg’s perimeter highway, at the confluence of the Red and La Salle rivers, it derives its uniqueness from its rich Métis and Franco-Canadian heritage, giving this neighborhood undeniable historical significance.
Beyond its heritage charm, St. Norbert stands out from the surrounding neighborhoods due to its strategic position as the southern gateway to Winnipeg. This privileged location allows it to take advantage of the clientele generated by the continuous flow of people coming to or from southern Manitoba and the United States.
Over time, St. Norbert has emerged as a must-visit destination for visitors, symbolized notably by its farmers’ market. This market, now a true institution, attracts remarkable attendance that greatly benefits local merchants, surpassing expectations for a locality with a population as modest as that of St. Norbert.
La Barrière – A St-Norbert Heritage Site Re-Established
In collaboration with the Union nationale métisse Saint-Joseph du Manitoba, Entreprises Riel has led the development of a commemorative site […]LEARN MORE
St-Norbert – A story of heritage, growth and prosperity
St-Norbert is the southern gateway into the City of Winnipeg. A community rich with French and Métis roots dating back […]LEARN MORE
Bio-retention project St-Norbert / Parking lot
The councillor for St-Norbert had asked Entreprises Riel for assistance to see how we could address parking concerns for three […]LEARN MORE