St Vital is a diverse community. There are people from many ethnic backgrounds and a wide range of income levels and economic status. There are many different land uses from apartment blocks to farmland. And there are many food businesses working to serve the needs of St Vital residents.
Want to find out more about St Vital? As the food assessment continues we’ll be making resources available for you to use.
As a start, we’ve put together a series of maps showing a variety of demographic indicators at the neighbourhood level. You can find out more in our Maps section.
Or you can learn more about the important role that food played in the history of St Vital.
Community Resources and Businesses
We have also worked on an inventory of community food resources.
- Louis Riel School Division Nutrition in Schools Policy sets direction for nutrition and food policy within St Vital’s schools.
- The St Vital Perimeter South Secondary Plan By-law is the plan for much of Winnipeg’s agricultural lands.
- The City of Winnipeg’s Complete Communities document includes a chapter on Rural and Agricultural lands.