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Updated January 28, 2021 Public areas of the Manitoba Centennial Centre remain closed. This includes Centennial Concert Hall and Manitoba Museum as per orders from the Manitoba Government to help prevent the spread of Covid-19. In response to health orders in effect November 12, 2020. MCCC has confirmed with health officials that livestream performances on site at […]

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MCCC Board Appointments


TWO APPOINTMENTS MADE TO MANITOBA CENTENNIAL CENTRE CORPORATION BOARD Original MB Government article Two appointments have been made to the board of the Manitoba Centennial Centre Corporation (MCCC), Sport, Culture and Heritage Minister Cathy Cox announced today. “The Manitoba Centennial Centre Corporation is one of the cornerstones of the Manitoba cultural community and we look […]

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Theatre Lighting


Original Article ArcSystem Brings Power Savings and Flawless Dimming to Centennial Concert Hall. Project took place in 2015. Acting as a hub for performing arts in Winnipeg, Canada, the Centennial Concert Hall has long upheld a sense of community for the people of Manitoba. With a seating capacity in excess of 2,300, the venue is […]

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PROVINCE ANNOUNCES NEW ROOF AND UPGRADES TO CENTENNIAL CONCERT HALL Original Press Release The Manitoba government is investing over $15 million in significant repairs and restoration of the Centennial Concert Hall, Crowns Services Minister Colleen Mayer announced today. “While the facility is safe for occupancy, we need to make investments to preserve this wonderful venue […]

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New Fire Alarm System


PROVINCE INVESTS IN NEW FIRE ALARM SYSTEM FOR CENTENNIAL CONCERT HALL AND MANITOBA MUSEUM – – – New System Reduces Maintenance Costs, Meets Latest Safety Codes: Friesen Finance Minister Cameron Friesen announced today the Manitoba government’s latest investment in the Manitoba Centennial Centre (MCC), a $5-million commitment to upgrade the centre’s fire alarm system. “For […]

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