Canad Inns is proud to partner with the Health Sciences Centre to present a state of the art facility designed by Number TEN located in the heart of Manitoba’s largest healthcare campus. The grand opening was attended by the Mayor, the Province and other local business leaders.

Canad Inns Destination Centre Health Sciences Centre, provides comfortable and secure lodging for patients and their loved ones, scientific researchers and medical professionals. Attached to the Health Sciences Centre, Winnipeg’s largest hospital and medical facility, the hotel is adjacent to the new Kleysen Institute for Advanced Medicine Research Centre. It is in close proximity to the new Women’s Hospital, CancerCare Manitoba and the University of Manitoba faculty buildings for Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing and Medical Rehabilitation.

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Number Ten is a 2013 recipient of the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce Spirit Awards. The Spirit of Winnipeg Awards are co-founded by BDO Chartered Accountants & Advisors and presented with Fillmore Riley LLP. The Spirit of Winnipeg Awards recognize innovation, striving for better approaches and practices that contribute to the vibrancy of our businesses and our City. Number Ten was selected a winner in the medium size business category. Congratulations Number TEN.

The Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce 4th Annual Spirit of Winnipeg Awards

Number TEN is participating with Red River College in an applied research and commercialization program.  Students from the College are advising Number TEN on digital technology adaptations to advance the firm’s productivity. The RRC program details are located at: http://blogs.rrc.ca/ar/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/dtappfactsheet.jpeg

Number TEN’s design of Douglas Park School is described as one of the most innovative learning centres in Canada. Greg Hasiuk, Partner, commented that “the children are exposed to more opportunities and varieties of learning through the design and the teachers aren’t isolated in one classroom or from each other.” 

“It just provides more flexibility and integrated learning,” said Hasiuk. ”I think teachers are going to find by being able to share their knowledge, they’ll be able to do a better job of teaching the children.”

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