Communities 4 Families provids resources for healthy families and healthy communities. The coalition funds many projects and inititatives in downtown Winnipeg.
Nobody’s Perfect Manitoba has all of the information that you need to learn about this wonderful family programme.
A Covenant for Honouring Children by Raffi
If you live in Fort Garry, check out SWIFC for a variety of great community services. If you are going to a job interview and need something nice to wear, SWIFC has some gently used clothing for you! SWFIC supports Mosaic programmes and is one of our partner agencies.
Detailed information and referral for people interested to immigrate to Manitoba
Positive Discipline in Everyday Parenting is a parent support program that helps parents gradually move away from physical and emotional punishment and toward solutions that nurture their children’s healthy development and learning.
Phone : (204) 943-5387
Address: 400 – 275 Portage Avenue
WELARC administers the Canadian Language Benchmark Placement Test (CLBPT), a test that helps place adult learners in the right English Language program.
Phone : (204) 944- 0133
Address: Unit 400 – 259 Portage Avenue
The Entry Program provides an introduction to life, language and services available in Manitoba. It is a four-week program that helps new immigrants adapt to life in Canada and be successful.
Phone : (204) 943-9158
Address: 100 Adelaide Street
The Immigrant Center of Winnipeg is an immigrant-serving agency dedicated to providing a comprehensive range of services and programs that support and facilitate the integration of immigrants in Winnipeg.
Phone: (204) 414-9452
Address: 108-424 Logan Avenue
The Immigrant Women’s Association of Manitoba is dedicated to helping immigrant and refugee women and their families settle by offering social support through outreach, counseling and workshops.
Phone : (204) 954-4321
Address: 333 Broadway
Winnipeg, MB R3C 4W3
The Workers Compensation Board promotes safety and health in Manitoba workplaces and aims to help prevent and reduce the occurrence of workplace injuries and disease. Our website has very important information for workers and employers who are new to Manitoba and Canada. Our brochures and fact sheets are also being translated into more languages every year.