Transcona spans a large part of Winnipeg’s North East, encompassing the retail rich Regent Avenue to the west, the Harbourview Park and Recreation Complex to the north, the industrial Transcona Yards to the south, and the quaint residential Canterbury Park to the east.
In many ways, Transcona is a small city within a city. It has its own shopping centre, its own downtown, its own historical museum, and hosts a number of unique festivals and events throughout the year. The most notable is the Hi Neighbour Festival, a carnival often held in early June as a kick off to summer.
This family owned favourite is a Transcona staple, serving up handmade chicken, burgers and pizza.
THE go-to spot to satisfy a wing craving, Little Bones boasts over 75 flavours and toppings.
This seasonal takeout joint offers Lebanese and Mediterranean street food from early spring to late fall.
The popular Winnipeg burger chain has a location right in Transcona, serving up gourmet burgers and fries.
Sevala’s started organically in 1985 by Sylvia Beck, and is now a Winnipeg favourite for authentic Ukranian cuisine.
People who live here love Transcona for the variety it offers within just a few kilometres. You can keep the kids busy with activities and classes at one of its rec centres, get outdoors at one of its two golf courses, hit up Regent for an afternoon of thrift shopping, and see live music at casino Club Regent, The Silver Spike Saloon, or the Royal George Hotel after hours.
A casino and entertainment centre, Club Regent often hosts live music and performances in its Event Centre.
Winnipeg’s premiere live escape room establishment, with four distinct rooms to choose from.
With golfing, tennis, volleyball, shuffleboard, cross country skiing, and tobogganing, you’ll find something to keep you busy here.