Take Pride Winnipeg!

Take Pride Winnipeg! Inc. is a private, non-profit organization committed to inspiring civic pride, raising public awareness and promoting citizen responsibility in making the city of Winnipeg clean and beautiful.

Celebrating over 20 years of community pride and action. Take Pride, Take Part and Get Involved with 25th anniversary events coming up soon!

Please explore our website to learn more about our programs and discover how you can take pride, take part and get involved.

Have you seen our "Keep Your Butts to Yourself" commercial yet? If you are a smoker, please use a cigarette ash urn on city streets to dispose of your butts, or contact our office to get a free pocket ashtray! Cigarette litter makes up 28% of all litter on the streets of Winnipeg, and we would like to change that. Please help us by being a responsible smoker.

You can become a fan of Take Pride Winnipeg! on Facebook. Please check out our page and become a fan. Find recent photos and contests, as well as upcoming community cleanup activities!



Team Up to Clean Up

Our litter index results have been released--check it out here!

Close to 28,000 people joined us this spring to clean up litter in Winnipeg! Click here to register! Cleanup groups may continue into the summer and fall.

Registered community groups will be entered to win prizes!

Sustainability Day

Thanks to everyone who joined us for Sustainability Day at the Zoo and Sustainability Night at the Zoo!

Over 100 people joined us in the eveing, along with Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman, Brandon Mayor Rick Chrest and Steinbach Mayor Chris Goertzen for a panel on sustainability! 

Over 1,000 people came to see us at the Zoo during the day!

Keep Your Butts to Yourself!

Are you a smoker? Do you know a smoker? Find out more about how to keep your butts to yourself here!



Tuesday, Jul 7th, 2015
Mayor Brian Bowman helped us launch our annual summer employment program today.


Thursday, Apr 23rd, 2015
Join us May 26, 2015 to learn about sustainability during the day and hear from three Manitoba mayors on the topic of sustainability in communities in the evening!

IT'S AS EASY AS 1-2-3!

Wednesday, Apr 15th, 2015
Students can reduce litter and have a chance to win a trip to Churchill for a beluga whale encounter!