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Saint Peter's Square in Vatican City.


Michelangelo's masterpiece of the Sistine Chapel.


outfitted with great signage, is easy. It is obvious that land use, development and transportation departments have collaborated to create people-connecting, planned transit to ensure its use is the best option people can choose. Where people live, work and shop in Italy are all


really close to each other. Te density of people and buildings is what gives Rome and the neighborhoods its local charm and vibrancy. Rome invented the North American theory behind Transit Oriented Develop- ment and the city practices density and preventing suburban sprawl – something Winnipeggers are still trying to figure out. In fact, you won’t see too many sin-


42 • Winter 2018


gle-family homes in Rome; most Romans live in apart- ments, even in the suburbs! Tis is very different from most North American cities, where the downtowns are indeed filled with apartments, but the suburbs are pri- marily single family homes where cars are required. While I enjoy visiting Rome, I am always glad to be home in this great city of Winnipeg. I am always yearning to preserve and develop our own slice of ur- banism and history that celebrates our unique culture, leading to excitement and a special vibe that is Win- nipeg’s alone. Stefano Grande is the CEO of the Downtown Winnipeg


Biz. The Hub


Photo by Waldo Miguez.


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