Now and then: Photos show Winnipeg’s changing landscape

WINNIPEG —; From the creation of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, to the development of a hockey arena in Winnipeg’s core, the city has seen a lot of new buildings in the past years.

Since 2005, Winnipeg has had $2.4 billion of investment in major revitalization projects, according to a 2015 study by the University of Winnipeg.

It may be difficult to imagine what the city looked like before these significant developments.However, a real estate company called Point2Homes has compiled pictures showing Winnipeg’s transformation over the past years.

Canadian Museum for Human Rights

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311 Portage

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Henderson Business Centre

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Investors Group Field

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The Edgewater

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MainStay Suites Winnipeg

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Marie Rose Place

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55 Windmill Way

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800 Dovercourt

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Niakwa

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