Nov 28 | Women and Winnipeg Housing

The Council of Women of Winnipeg (CWW) is holding a Public Forum:

“Women and Winnipeg Housing”

Wednesday, November 28th, 7:30 pm
St. James Legion, 1755 Portage Avenue.


Parking behind Legion, wheelchair accessible.

Moderator: Marianne Cerelli

Panelists:
Bev Suek, Housing and Older Women
Dale Harik, North End Community Renewal Corporation (NECRC)
Kylee Tremblay, Resource Assistance for Youth (RAY)

No charge to attend everyone welcome.
For more information contact:
Lori Blande, Program Chair, Council of Women of Winnipeg
Phone: 204-488-1336 or email: cww@mts.net


Posted by Gord McIntyre at 2:58 PM

Nov 24 | Planning Housing Cooperatives in Spence

Planning Housing Cooperatives In Our Community

The Spence Neighbourhood Association is holding a planning meeting on cooperative housing. Everyone is welcome! Whether you know a lot or a little, come to explore the options for cooperative housing in the Spence Neighbourhood.

Date: Saturday November 24th, 2012
Time: 10:00– 12:00
Location: Front Step Research Co-op, 563 Ellice Avenue


Contact Isabel Jerez @ 204-783-2758
E-mail: admin@spenceneighbourhood.org

Posted by Gord McIntyre at 1:15 PM

Nov 26 | Presentations on resource sites Peg and Contact

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Title of Session: Peg – Tracking Wellbeing in Winnipeg and Searching for Social Services in Manitoba – CONTACT

Peg measures the well-being of our community by tracking key indicators, Peg gives us the information we need to work together for a stronger city.

The Contact Community Information Resource Guide has been available for nearly a decade on line, and longer in print. This session will highlight some of the new features, provide some examples of some basic searching focusing on services in Winnipeg.

Speakers: Heather Block, United Way of Winnipeg – mypeg.ca
Phil Wolfart - CONTACT Community Information - Volunteer Manitoba

Date: November 26, 2012
Time: 12:00 noon to 1:30 pm
Place: United Way – 580 Main St.


Please bring your own bag lunch
please see attached poster

Posted by Gord McIntyre at 10:11 AM