Peg City Car Co-op is a proud partner of SYNONYM Art Consultation and the Wall-to-Wall festival. The festival aims to make public art accessible and a part of the everyday experience of living in Winnipeg.
Peg City Car Co-op is looking for a Fleet Assistant to join our team. Read on for details!
If you’re looking for a way to get out of the city for a few days, we’ve got the wheels to get you there! Take advantage of 15% off bookings with select Peg City vehicles. Read on for big tips on making your next adventure surprisingly economical.
Meet our friends at Art City, a community art studio dedicated to providing people of all ages with innovative and professional art programming, free of charge! We are grateful to help these folks deliver their programs across the city. Read on if you like fun. 😛
Please note that the Peg City Car Co-op 2019 Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 26, at 6:00 pm.
It has been a pleasure to see Manitobans coming together to flatten the curve, and flatten the curve we did! It’s exciting to see days go by without a single case. Flattening the curve means everyone doing their part, and that includes our Members.
Join the board of Winnipeg one-and-only carshare! The Call for Nominations for our 2020 Board of Directors has been extended until May 24th. We are looking for 2 individuals to join our team of dedicated carsharing enthusiasts. Read on for details!
May 26, 2020
Today we are talking with two of our newest members, Rosalie and Donald, who are in the process of selling their vehicle! It’s a big decision to move from car ownership to carsharing. Today we are looking closer at the “whats, whys, and how much” involved in their decision.
Introducing the Frontline Price Plan: Peg City Car Co-op has created a new price plan for frontline and essential workers during the COVID-19 crisis.
It has been almost a month since COVID-19 hit Manitoba. Since it’s arrival, a lot has changed, as the government has moved swiftly to curb transmission through social distancing.
For many, daily transportation has changed dramatically. The way we move and the reasons we choose to travel are shifting. But when we change how we move, do the costs change too?