St. Norbert is a bilingual community located just outside the perimeter. The original inhabitants of this area were First Nations peoples who were drawn to its abundance of hunting and fishing. The Pembina Trail ran through St. Norbert, delivering travelers from Upper Fort Garry (now downtown Winnipeg) to the primary southern outpost of the Hudson's Bay Company. Today, this community of over 5,000 residents is home to Winnipeg's largest and most popular farmers’ market in the summer, drawing in people from all over the city. It is also home to the Trappist monastery—now an arts and cultural centre—and St. Norbert Provincial Heritage Park.