Thorwin Properties News Release | COVID-19 Update

In response to the current news of the Omicron variant quickly spreading in Canada we will be closing our head office to the public, as well as all satellite offices, including 190 Smith St., 100 Southview Cres. and 1310 Archibald St.  All staff are still working and are available by phone or email. Contact information can…

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Apartment Safety Tips

Apartment Safety Brochure. The Professional Property Managers Association (PPMA) and the Winnipeg Police Service have developed a brochure specifically for residents which provides safety tips on parking areas, elevators, mailbox security, laundry rooms, and more. Read more and download the apartment watch brochure here: https://mcusercontent.com/121a2e0dd08cd0d519a6b4025/files/6ca4be5a-b579-4876-8920-f89d67faaad9/2018_Safety_Brochure_Web.pdf        Protecting your Vehicle and Contents. We all…

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The Benefits of the Landlord Credit Bureau

Renting a property or owning rental property comes with benefits, but challenges are an inevitable part of the experience. At Thorwin Properties, we're continuously striving to find alternatives to improve our residents' lives and make leasing easier.  We have recently partnered with the Landlord Credit Bureau (LCB), an independent reporting agency, whose goal is to improve the…

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St. Boniface – the largest francophone community in Western Canada

The St. Boniface neighbourhood is home to the largest francophone community in Western Canada. It covers Norwood West, Norwood East, Windsor Park, Niakwa Park, Niakwa Place, Southdale, Southland Park, Royalwood, Sage Creek, and Island Lakes neighbourhoods. Its population is more than 60 000 people. Evident in its physical landscape — from the architecture, monuments, to…

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Manitoba Rent Bank Program

Are you struggling to pay rent and/or utilities? Help may be available to you. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the province of Manitoba has recently announced the launch of a Rent Relief Fund intended to provide support for low to moderate income Manitobans who may need help paying their rent. For the full article…

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