RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg
Create outstanding experiences
Beautiful sunshine from the east and dazzling prairie sunsets from the west stream through the floor-to-ceiling windows of the RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg, creating a warm and inviting environment for convention delegates and event attendees.
As Canada’s fourth largest publicly owned convention centre, Winnipeg’s premier event facility boasts 264,000 sq. ft. of unique and distinct meeting rooms that offer meeting planners unparalleled flexibility. From small boardrooms for twelve, to a unique 300-seat presentation theatre, to 131,000 sq. ft. of exhibition space that encompasses two city blocks – it’s easy to see why the RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg is establishing itself as a top meeting and convention venue in Canada.
“As a certified conference producer for over 23 years, I can say from a place of experience that RBC Convention Centre in Winnipeg is structured superbly for large scale events. The staff were incredibly helpful during my site inspection and even more warm and welcoming when our hundreds of delegates arrived for our four-day national conference. Our delegates travel from across Canada and Winnipeg’s location made it ideal for travelers from coast to coast,” Suzanne Burnie, Credit Union Association of Canada.
Located in the heart of downtown, the convention centre has access to more than 1,900 downtown hotel rooms and is within easy walking distance to many of the city’s best restaurants and attractions. With superior complimentary WIFI throughout the entire building, world- renowned chefs creating memorable menus to satisfy every palate and their on-going service excellence training for all staff, the RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg is reinforcing Winnipeg’s reputation as being a world-class site for hosting world-class events.
“I heard nothing but compliments about the new space, bright and functional. We will have a hard time topping the exhibit hall in other facilities, after the success we had in Winnipeg. Diabetes Canada was there in 2014 during the renovations, and came back in 2019, which speaks volumes of your people,” Joe Orecchio, Diabetes Canada.