Alternatives to Calling the Police

FREE workshop on “Alternatives to Calling Police”. In response to reliance on calling police in escalating situations, Bar None Winnipeg will be facilitating a community workshop on brainstorming, working through situations as a group, and mapping out networks of resources. Join Bar None and Central Neighbourhoods Winnipeg on February 16th from 1pm-4pm at 231 Isabel […]

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Youth Naloxone Training

FREE Youth Naloxone training provided by Street Connections! January 18th, 2020 from 1-3pm at Central Neighbourhoods, 231 Isabel St. Youth can come together and learn from a harm reduction lens about administering Naloxone, overdose prevention, and take home their very own Naloxone kit at no cost. Snacks and bus tokens will be provided upon request. […]

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Save Our Trees

Winnipeg’s iconic tree canopy is in crisis due to disease, climate change and chronic under-funding. Every year, Winnipeg loses more trees than are planted – and it promises to get worse unless Winnipeggers all work together to reverse this trend. Trees are a vital part of healthy neighbourhoods. Please consider signing this online petition:  https://saveourcanopy.com Full Press […]

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Looking for Peer Advisory Members

In response to pressing community needs, Central Neighbourhoods is working on hosting a peer support group for families and friends of those affected by mental health crisis and substance use. Lack of sufficient supports and services for these caregivers, leaves many in a state of isolation and discouragement. We want to help you. Are you looking […]

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sākihiwē festival Central Park Block Party!

sākihiwē festival x Central Park Block Party is back! Partners: Central Neighbourhoods Winnipeg, Art Beat Studio ft. Don Amero, Leonard Sumner, Carsen Gray, Sandra Lamouche, and Art Beat Studio Saturday, June 15, 2019 Central Park, 400 Edmonton Street 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. All Ages | Family Friendly Free concert | Free BBQ | Bring lawn chairs

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Central Community Incentives Program Now Accepting Applications

Apply for a Community Incentives to connect residents of the Central Neighbourhoods (Central Park, Centennial, and West Alexander), build community capacity, and promote community well-being.  Activities, events, initiatives, and programs may receive incentives up to a maximum of $5,000. Intake 1: projects running June 2019 to February 2020, or shorter: May 20, 2019; Intake 2: projects […]

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