Tag: Literacy

Altered Minds Inc. – Entry Program

Altered Minds Inc. (AMI) provides the following programs and services for immigrants and refugees settling in Manitoba. Entry Program: Orientation and language for newcomers Entry Program Online (EPO): Online orientation for immigrants who cannot attend in-person classes. (The French version, Programme d’orientation en ligne, POE, will be available in 2016.) Settlement Online Pre-Arrival (SOPA): Facilitated…

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EDGE Skills Centre

EDGE ESL is a service provider for adult newcomers who reside in the St. Vital and St. Boniface areas. We provide LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada) and follow the CLB guidelines. Our classes are part-time, Monday to Friday between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM. We also offer evening classes twice a week from…

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Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba (IRCOM)

IRCOM strives to empower newcomer families to integrate into the wider community through affordable transitional housing, programs, and services. We provide safe and affordable transitional housing to low-income newcomer families in their 1st three years of living in Canada. To ultimately provide newcomer families with a comfortable and nurturing environment that empowers both parents and…

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Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology

The Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology delivers English language classes classes to Canadian newcomers. Both full-time and part-time classes are offered at 609 Erin Street.  Classes include Literacy, CLB 1 to CLB 4, a specialized Pronunciation classes, and a multi-level (Literacy Foundation to CLB 2) Mom and Baby class for women with infants 12…

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Neepawa and Area Immigrant Settlement Services (NAISS)

NAISS, Inc. provides settlement services and English language training to clients eligible according to IRCC guidelines.  These services include information and orientation sessions and workshops, social connections, employment services and support services.  Our SPO services area includes 7 communities and 8 rural municipalities.  Our focus is on assisting with full client integration within the community…

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Newcomers Employment & Education Development Services (N.E.E.D.S.) Inc.

Newcomers Employment & Education Development Services (N.E.E.D.S.) Inc. provides accessible services and supports to immigrant and refugee children, youth and families. Our goal is to enhance the integration of newcomers into Canadian society through employment, education, mentorship and social recreation activities. All of our programs include psychosocial support and are designed to assist in the…

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Pluri-Elles (Manitoba) Inc.

Pluri-Elles (Manitoba) Inc. is a community-driven, non-profit organization that provides French-language tools to achieve personal and professional growth. We have programs in a number of areas, including education and training, finances, culture, health and social services, employment, literacy classes, computer literacy, and family literacy. Pluri- services are offered in various locations throughout the Province of…

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Regional Connections

Regional Connections provides settlement and integration services in southern Manitoba in the communities of Winkler, Morden, and Altona and the surrounding rural municipalities. At Regional Connections, our “all services” approach to settlement services for newcomers includes a variety of services including: settlement services, employment services, class placement assessments, language training including ESL classes, LINC classes,…

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River East Transcona Immigrant Services

River East Transcona Immigrant Services (RETIS) provides programs and supports to welcome immigrants and refugees arriving in the River East Transcona area of the City of Winnipeg. We offer settlement services including: information about the local community and living in Canada, opportunities to connect with area programs and services. At various locations throughout River East…

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Society for Manitobans with Disabilities

The Cultural Resource Facilitators of SMD’s Ethno-Cultural Program strive to continually develop, maintain and deliver relevant services that assist in the development of individual independence and community support for all persons with disabilities. They have two specialized programs to assist newcomers to Winnipeg: Language Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Adult Newcomers – for…

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