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Bridging the Racial Gap
Monday May 29th 9:00am to 4:00pm
Thunder Bird House 715 Main Street
The Sweat Lodge ceremony is limited to the first 20 participants.
Cost is $75.00 please share the attached poster with your contacts for further information please contact Carolyn Peters at New Directions email@example.com
9:30am – 2:00pm
(lunch and refreshments will be provided)
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org by April 7, 2015
Last November, an inaugural meeting was held to begin the process of forming a restorative justice association for Manitoba. Represented at the meeting were community, faith and social justice organizations, the Winnipeg Police Service, RCMP, Manitoba Justice and many unaffiliated community members all of whom are aware of the transformative potential of restorative justice and so have a vested interest in promoting it.
A pilot committee was formed to ensure the next steps identified at that meeting were followed up on. Two of these were to do more outreach as everyone recognized that key stakeholders were not present at that meeting and to set up a larger meeting at a later date.
This larger meeting will allow the pilot committee to report back on it activities but the goals will be:
Envision what this association would look like
Determine next steps
Please circulate this to anyone you think may be interested. The pdf poster is attached.
As part of CCPA Manitoba Supporter Drive Week June 1-7, please join us for Trish Hennessy, the founding director of CCPA
Ontario and former journalist.
Trish Hennessy, founding director of CCPA-Ontario will speak at a special event organized to highlight CCPA-MB’s annual membership drive. She’s a compelling speaker who will talk to the challenges of the federal election campaign, a topic much in our minds these days. I hope you will take this opportunity to hear her speak at our new (year-old!) location at the Social Enterprise Center:
4 - 6 pm (program 4:30)
Social Enterprise Centre
765 Main St.
(Between Sutherland and the tracks)
Bus # 15,16,18 20, and 45
Parking on Sutherland or Austin St.
Poster attached, please share widely with your networks~~~~
7:00 pm McNally Robinson Atrium,
Grant Park Mall, 1120 Grant Ave.
The poster for this event is attached, please share
WITH: Dr. David Camfield (Labour Studies, University of Manitoba), Dr. Janice
Compton (Economics, University of Manitoba) and Dr. Sid Frankel (Faculty of
Social Work, University of Manitoba).
MODERATOR: Mr. Neil Cohen (Executive Director, Community Unemployed Help
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the Employment Insurance program. Introduced after the Great Depression, this social program remains a pillar of Canada’s social safety net. Since its introduction in 1940, Employment Insurance has gone through several evolutions and reforms. This Café Politique will examine the intent of the program and the reason for its continued existence, the economics behind the
program, and the historical, current and future impacts of the program on the country.
Please contact Damien to register- 204-774-8975 ext 225 or email@example.com or just come join us!!
The poster is attached, we would appreciate it if you would share widely with your contacts!
May 25 to June 22nd @ locations throughout the city
What does community safety mean to you?
What will help you build a safer community?
Social Planning Council of Winnipeg is coordinating the facilitation of consultations for the Winnipeg Police Board to help them bring out diverse perspectives on community safety in Winnipeg. Come have your say and join us at one six meetings being held across Winnipeg.Westdale Community Centre550 Dale Blvd, WinnipegMay 28 from 6:30 - 9:00p.m.
Garden City Community Centre
725 Kingsbury Avenue, Winnipeg
June 1 from 6:30 - 9:00p.m.
Park City West Community Centre
115 Sanford Fleming Road, Winnipeg
June 10 from 6:30 - 9:00p.m.
Newcomer Community Meeting NEEDS Inc.
251-A Notre Dame Avenue
June 16 from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Indigenous Community Meeting
Indian & Metis Friendship Centre
45 Robinson Street
June 22 from 6:00- 9:00 p.m.
The Winnipeg Police Board is conducting public meetings to provide an opportunity for you to receive information on progress toward implementation of the strategic plan, and to provide input on changes to policing priorities, objectives, programs and strategies that reflect evolving community needs and values.
Councillor Scott Gillingham, Chair of the Winnipeg Police Board and Chief Devon Clunis of the Winnipeg Police Service invite you to join the discussion groups to provide your input and ideas.
Please share the attached poster broadly with your networks and post in areas you think will help get the word out about building a culture of safety for all Winnipeggers!
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