Duluth is about 20 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
Its day trading department has about 20 employees.
But this week, the city announced that they will be closing their doors for good.
The reason for the decision, they said in a statement posted on Twitter.
Duluth was one of three markets that were able to stay open this week.
The other markets are Winnipeg, and Saint Marys.
The three markets were all operating as normal.
But it does have some downsides.
“Day trading is about giving people opportunities to make money on their trades,” says Michael Kavanagh, who was an employee at Duluth day trader before it shut down.
“It is also a tool to attract new customers.”
But day traders have had some success.
The city says it expects the day trading to return.
For more information on day trading in Duluth, visit duluth.com/trade