Where to buy Newcomer Traditional Foods in Winnipeg?

Sometimes, it can be hard to find traditional food in Winnipeg. These foods are important for good health, cultural traditions, and building community. Our friend, Food Matters Manitoba, has created this food map to guide and help all community members find healthy foods from around the world!

City of Winnipeg (Manitoba) – Newcomer Welcome and Inclusion Policy

The Newcomer Welcome and Inclusion Policy was adopted by the City Council of Winnipeg on February 27, 2020. Part I of the Stakeholder Engagement Summary provides an overview of feedback collected for the Policy. Part II of the Stakeholder Engagement Summary is the overview of how feedback was considered in the Policy. The City will…

CCPA – State of the Inner City Report 2019

The State of the Inner City Report 2019 “Forest For The Trees: Reducing Drug and Mental Health Harms in the Inner City of Winnipeg”  has been launched. This report is available free of charge from the CCPA website www.policyalternatives.ca. Printed copies may be ordered through the Manitoba office for a $10 fee. For general inquiries and publication orders, contact…

CCPA: “They Can Live a Life Here” – Current and Past Tenants’ Experiences with IRCOM’s Model of Housing and Wrap-Around Supports

Finding affordable, secure, good quality housing is an essential and immediate part of the early settlement process for immigrants and refugees. Yet, obtaining appropriate housing can be daunting and often impossible in housing markets with a dearth of affordable housing and low vacancy rates. Newcomers are often unfamiliar with the particularities of local practices, lack…

WRHA: Know Where to Go Posters

The WRHA has produced posters and other materials which explain where to go for care after recent changes to our health system. Hard copies can be ordered from the contact at the link below.

CMHA: Mental Health Resources for Winnipeg

The Mental Health Resource Guide has a new name, new look, and a new section for Newcomers and Refugees. To view, download, or print the Mental Health Resources for Winnipeg, click here. For the Newcomers and Refugees section, it can be found in the same document on page six.