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  • Oct 24 2014

    Manitoba Women’s Advisory Council

    Lunch and Learn: Breast Cancer Screening

    An engaging presentation where participants will learn the who, what, when, where, why, and how of breast cancer screening. We will also discuss what women of all ages can do to promote breast health and reduce their risk of breast cancer.

    Friday, October 24, 2014
    Doors open: 11:45 a.m. Formal presentation: 12:05 – 1:00 p.m.
    Auditorium Room 2C Union Centre, 275 Broadway Avenue RSVP: (204) 945-6281, toll-free: 1-800-263-0234 e-mail: msw@gov.mb.ca
    Bring a brown bag lunch. Coffee and a healthy snack provided

  • Oct 25 2014

    Safe Cities Initiative Update

    Commemorating Beijing +20

    Doors open: 12:45 a.m. UN Safe Cities presentation: 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
    Commemorating the Millennium Development Goals
    and Beijing +20: 2:30 – 4:00 p.m.


    Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall, University of Winnipeg
    515 Portage Avenue
    RSVP: (204) 945-6281, toll-free: 1-800-263-0234 e-mail: msw@gov.mb.ca
    Light refreshments will be served.
    PLEASE share the attached poster.

  • Oct 24 2014

    KAIROS CAMBRIAN AGASSIZ ANNUAL GATHERING and GENERAL MEETING

     CHURCHILL PARK UNITED CHURCH 

     525 BERESFORD AVE., WINNIPEG MB.

     A Watershed Moment!

     

    OCTOBER 24, 2014   7- 10 p.m.

    OCTOBER 25, 2014   9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

    Greetings, member Churches, KAIROS members, and friends!

    Please find attached the poster in Word & PDF and the schedule for the KAIROS Fall Regional Gathering (Cambrian-Agassiz Region) on Friday, October 24th (7-10 pm.) and Saturday, October 25th (9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.).

     

    Friday evening will feature The Blanket exercise, a KAIROS learning tool used for teaching people about Canada's history with Indigenous Canadians. 

     

    Saturday morning will feature Alfredo Barahona from Kairos' Head Office speaking on our national theme this year, Watershed Discipleship, as well as a presentation on the the implications of EnergyEast pipeline for our water.

    Saturday afternoon will feature Katherine Sinclair, organizer of the Lake Winnipeg Water Walk, and biologist Lisette Ross (Nature & Science working together) as well as a break with fiddler and a jigging class! The day will end with the AGM.

     

    Lunch and refreshments are provided. Suggested donation: $20

    Lunch and displays: If you are attending on Saturday, please RSVP to Carin Crowe at oday20@mymts.net so that we have an idea of how much food to prepare. Please also contact us if your group would like to set up a display.

  • Sep 29 2014

    100 Years of Loss

    Bilingual Photo Exhibition addressing the impact of Residential Schools

     

     

    The School of Social Work at Université de Saint-Boniface, in partnership with the student union, L'Association étudiante de l'Université de Saint-Boniface (AEUSB), is proud to be hosting an art exhibition addressing the impact of residential schools in Canada.

    La galerie artspace, located just off of the Aulneau Street entrance to the university. This photo exhibit deals with the impact of residential schools, and is sponsored by the Legacy of Hope Foundation. 

    « 100 years of loss » http://100yearsofloss.ca/

    Please share the attached and distribute widely.

  • Nov 2 2014

    Errol Black Chair in Labour Issues fundraising brunch

    Fundraising Brunch 

    Sunday Nov 2, 10 am Fort Garry Hotel
    222 Broadway Ave. Winnipeg, MB


    Errol Black was a founding member of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives-Manitoba. He made an enormous contribution to the work, most significantly through his voluminous writing on labour issues.   Errol died November 2012. To honour his memory and to carry on his work, we have established the Errol Black Chair in Labour Issues. 

    In the spirit of the work of Errol Black – this year’s brunch will recognize the contribution of the Manitoba Federation of Labour Occupational Health Centre (OHC).  The keynote speaker will be Dr. Linda  Rae Murray.   Dr. Murray was the first physician of the MFL Occupational Health Centre in 1983. She has had a long career in occupational health and safety and public health care. As an activist, Dr. Murray speaks out against racism and gender discrimination and advocates for worker’s rights. She is currently the chief medical officer for the Illinois Cook County Department of Public Health, a general internist at a Chicago community health center, and on the faculty at the University of Illinois Chicago in the Department of Occupational and Environmental Health.

    Please join us on November 2 at the Fort Garry Hotel, 10 am to celebrate the work of the OHC.  Funds raised at this event will go to support the Errol Black Chair in Labour Issues and CCPA-Manitoba.
     
    Tickets for the brunch are $100 – with a tax receiptable portion of $50.  A table of 10 at the brunch is $1000, which is also tax receiptable for individuals.  Those purchasing a table will also get recognition in the program.
     
    Cheques should be made payable to the CCPA-MB and mailed to:
    205 - 765 Main St. Winnipeg,
    MB  R2W 3N5.
     
    To purchase tickets on line:
    https://www.policyalternatives.ca/offices/manitoba/events/ccpa-mb-fundraising-brunch
    Contact us by email:  blackchair@policyalternatives.ca
    Call the office 204-927-3200

    Thanks so much for your support and please share the attached poster widely!

  • Nov 14 2014

    Annual Inter-Agency Gathering

     251 Donald Street

    Millennium Library

    8:30 AM - 4:00 PM

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  • Nov 13 2014

    Child Care 2020 National Conference 2014

     

    CCSD Sponsors ChildCare2020 National Conference 2014

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    ChildCare2020, November 13-15, in Winnipeg.

    Many will recall Canada’s 1989 pledge to ending child poverty by 2000. Here we are, decades later, and our child poverty rate is not better. It is worse. One million kids are now living poverty in Canada. As a Canadian – and especially as a mother – this is as disturbing as it is unacceptable in our rich nation.

    Based on OECD statistics, Denmark is showing the way with investments in early childhood education at 2 per cent of GDP. Countries across the OECD are moving in this direction, seeing the value of early education for the well-being, health and success of their populations and, therefore, their nations.

    Canada spends 0.25 per cent of GDP by comparison and ranks last among OECD nations in this area.

     

    National Conference
    November 13-15, 2014
    Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg

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