SEED Winnipeg presents Doing Business in Canada; a free two-part workshop that provides information about starting a business in Canada. Attendance is free and open to all Manitoba residents wanting to start a business. The workshop will be presented virtually via Zoom on March 14 & March 16, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
- Government role in business
- Canadian workplace standards
- Taxes in Canada
- Canadian business culture
Registration is required – please visit the SEED Winnipeg website to register: https://seedwinnipeg.ca/news/entry/doing-business-in-canada1 or call 204-927-9944.
NAMI Inc. is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: NAMI General Meeting
Time: Mar 12, 2022 05:00 PM Winnipeg
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We are delighted to share with you emails recently set up regarding specific questions or enquires from our Executive Committee Members.
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Community Organization Representative – Communityorgrep@nami-mb.ca
All year round, we encourage individuals in our community to visit The Winnipeg Foundation website to donate with a minimum of $10 to NAMI Scholarship Fund at the link here to support our community youth education which was inaugurated last year. “Make this donation in celebration, honour or memory of someone.” Thank you!
We sincerely thank those who have donated, and we also encourage others to do the same.
Meet Lieutenant Dorin Adenekan who is a community-oriented social worker originally from Nigeria. During her early years in Canada, her passion for humanitarian services and participation in mental health support services drew her focus to earn her second degree in Bachelor of Social Work at the University of Manitoba and a Master’s degree in Social Work (MSW) at the University of Waterloo, Ontario Canada. Dorin was among the 15 social entrepreneurs selected by the British Council and United Nations Association in Canada for the first Youth Innovation Summit, held at the Parliament Hill, Ottawa, Ontario. According to Dorin, “As a mother and a visible minority in Canada, my participation in the
Active Citizens Social Enterprise (ACSE) at the Parliament Hill in 2017, opened up my perspective of what it truly means to be an active citizen and a need for serving Canada on a macro level”. Dorin has worked with new refugees and immigrants in Winnipeg. She also served as a member of research committee and mental health working groups during her engagement in community settlement work. Currently, Dorin is serving as a member of the Canadian Armed Forces as a Social Work Officer. For several years, Dorin has been an active volunteer with the Nigerian Association of Manitoba in Winnipeg where she supports with social media and publicity activities. Personally, Dorin enjoys spending time with her family, and does photography, video editing and dance therapy. Dorin has a personality of a cheerleader and she is known for motivating others through her positive lens of life irrespective of the existence of challenges.
For details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org 204-960-3570
ZOOM – Meeting ID: 810 7894 2135
Please find attached a brochure here that will inform our community members of a current project that the Ethnocultural Council of Manitoba is running.
This project will provide an opportunity for our community members to be a part of influencing policies that will further help us create healthy and safe relationships.
For more information, please contact Beatrice Maundu (She/Her)
Ethnocultural Council of Manitoba – Stronger Together Inc.
MZ60- 81 Garry Street
Winnipeg, MB R3C 4H4
Office: (204) 504-6223
Cell: (204) 951-0438
FOOD FOR ALL PROGRAM
If food security is an issue, “Food for all Program” is a Food supply for all season. An initiative of C.A.C Rehoboth Christain Centre in partnership with Peace Wholeness Centre. See poster for details and more contact information or visit websites below. Thank you! www.peacewholenesscentre.com
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Book your eye exam or visit us in store today! Send us email: email@example.com Call us: 204-421-8080. Visit our website: www.cresteyecare.com Our location: Unit #9 – 1500, Regent Avenue West, Winnipeg. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @cresteyecare. Book your eye exam or visit us in store today!
Please find attached the latest edition of the ACOMI newsletter. For online access to the newsletter, please click here. In this edition you will find information on:
- Black History Month
- ACOMIin the News
- Volunteer and job opportunities
- Opportunities for youth and seniors
- Upcoming events in the community
We have also attached all the relevant corresponding documents.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
If you have any content you would like to share in the newsletter, please let us know.
African Communities of Manitoba Inc. (ACOMI)
Acomi Resource Centre 101-421 Kennedy Street, Winnipeg, MB. R3B 2N2
Phone: 204-221-6696 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Review to Look at Entire Continuum of Immigration to Revitalize System, Encourage Settlement, Support Economic
For more information: Media requests for ministerial comment, contact Communications and Stakeholder Relations: 204-451-7109.
For more information on the Immigration Advisory Council mandate, visit https://manitoba.ca/openmb/infomb/departments/index.html.
For more information on the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program, visit https://immigratemanitoba.com/. Public information, contact Manitoba Government Inquiry: 1-866-626-4862 or 204-945-3744.
Media requests for general information, contact Communications and Engagement: email@example.com.
Media requests for ministerial comment, contact Communications and Stakeholder Relations: 204-451-7109.
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Please click here to advertise with us with good rates and fantastic offers to promote your business, products, and services on our website and social media platforms. For more information please call us on 204-998-4239/204-583-2143 or contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Your Team at NAMI