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  • Aug 23 2016

    Allyship in Action! - Free Youth Forum

    The Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity presents Allyship in Action
    Are you a youth? Apply as a participant or mentor.

     

     

    August 23rd-27th in Ottawa.

    Travel expenses, meals and accommodation will be provided for successful applicants and mentors that attend.

    The Allyship in Action! Forum, presented by Scotiabank, is a free 5-day educational opportunity for approximately 75 youth from across the country. The event will primarily take place at the Terry Fox Centre in Ottawa, with a downtown field trip as one component of the Forum. This program consists of interactive workshops, educational activities, and keynote speakers. Forum participants who complete the program will gain the tools and knowledge needed to address discrimination and promote diversity in their schools and communities. 

     August 24-26 will consist of themed programming, practical workshops aimed at enhancing planning and logistical skills, a professional networking event, and a field trip-day. As a Participant at this Forum, an individual will gain the tools necessary to approach allyship and activism through an anti-oppressive lens. 

     We are looking for student leaders aged 15-19 (with some exceptions) to apply, via a registration form that is attached for potential applicants to complete. Interested parties can email me their completed form and I will be in touch to schedule a phone interview. We are also looking for experienced youth who are interested in becoming youth-mentors to assist with the program. 

    The registration form for participants can be found here.

    The registration form for mentors can be found here

  • Jul 27 2016

    South Osbourne Farmer's Market

    On July 13th from 4-8pm, Farm Fresh Food Hub is launching a weekly market pilot project (Wednesday evenings).



    With sustained interest from the community, they hope to develop a storage and sales facility, as well as a year-round market. Come out and support your local farmers! 


  • Jul 19 2016

    Spence Neighbourhood Farmer's Market

    The Spence Farmer's Market being held at, and supported by the University of Winnipeg will be held on Tuesdays from 3:00pm-7:00pm at the U of W, west of Wesley Hall in front of the Bike Lab, in the basketball court. 

     

     

    We are still looking for more vendors. If you or someone you know has produce, baking, canned goods, art, or other things to sell at the market please contact Andrea at 204-783-2834 or andrea@spenceneighbourhood.org.

  • Sep 26 2016

    Chalmers Neighbourhood Renewal Coorporation Annual General Meeting

    Mark your calendar for the CNRC AGM

    Monday September 26th

    5:30 - 7:30 PM

    180 Poplar Ave

  • Oct 14 2016

    Winnipeg Rental Network - Annual Advisory Forum

    The Winnipeg Rental Network Annual Advisory Forum

    Friday, October 14th from 9:00 am - 3:30 pm.

    Carol Shields Auditorium
    Millennium Library
    251  Donald St

    Contact Alana at alana@winnipegrentnet.ca
    (204) 417-2039 or (204) 417-2110 

    Presentation Topics:

    • Housing Transition Stories
    • Approaches to Successful Transitions

    Workshop: 

    • Building Relationships between Indigenous and Newcomer Communities
    • Youth Aging out of Care
    • Older Adults

    Visit www.WinnipegRentNet.ca

  • Jul 28 2016

    West End Community Market

    The West End Community Market will run every Thursday (beginning July 7) from 3pm to 7pm in the Winnipeg Central Mosque parking lot at 715 Ellice Ave. 

     

     

    The market will offer fresh produce, local goods and crafts! Workshops and entertainment will be set up in the market every week and all are welcome to participate! 

     

    For additional information please email market@dmsmca.ca 

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