Many of Winnipeg's well-known buildings designed by New York architects
from Winnipeg Free Press
Referring to Winnipeg as the "Chicago of the North" is like comparing the city to a famous child actor who, after his television show was cancelled, spent the rest of his life reminiscing about his time in the spotlight. Focusing on this Chicago comparison not only discredits the diversity of what Winnipeg is today, it dilutes what the city was during the booming, turn-of-the-century rail-town days that inspired its nickname. Several entrepreneurs of that time looked for inspiration beyond America's Second City.
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