Operating Businesses

The Madison Reserve was acquired in 2006 by the Long Plain First Nation Trust from Manitoba Hydro. The land acquisition is in part a fulfilment of Canada’s outstanding treaty land entitlement to Long Plain First Nation (1994).

On July 2010, Long Plain and the City of Winnipeg executed a municipal services & development agreement, setting the stage for the development of the 3 acre parcel.
On May 23, 2013 the property was set aside as a reserve.

The reserve is located near Polo Park shopping complex in Winnipeg. Bounded by St. Matthews Avenue on the north, Madison Street on the west, Silver Avenue on the south and Kensington Street on the east, the developed land is 3 acres.

480 Madison Office Building

28,000 sq.foot office building with the tenants Yellowquill College, Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Council, Manitoahbee, Eagle Vision, Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba, Saint Elizabeth First Nations Inuit and Métis Program, Setoskatowin, and Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs.

Madison Petro-Canada
490 Madison Street

Award winning full service gas station also selling tobacco and convenience products.
(204) 772-2355

Future Developments

Madison Office Building Project, “Odo-Aki”
Madison Reserve, Winnipeg

80,000 sq. foot commercial building with construction to begin Spring 2018.

Details:
Four Floors of Commercial Office Space
Conference Facilities
Restaurant Opportunities
Located on Reserve Land

For more information please contact Cindy Allard, Manager, Madison Reserve at:
204.801.9245
cindyallard33@gmail.com