A Made-in-Manitoba Tragedy of the Commons

By Lynne Fernandez In February, a provincial news release about changes to agricultural crown lands advised that “The Manitoba government has launched a consultation focused on agricultural Crown lands, to ensure upcoming policy changes reflect the views of… Read More

Job posting: Child Care Researcher and Engagement

 Summer Job Posting Posted May 3, 2018 Tasks and Responsibilities Goal: to summarize and share important research on child care in Manitoba with potential allies with the end goal of strengthening not-for profit child care sector Tasks: Summarize… Read More

Winnipeg Without Poverty: Calling on the City to Lead

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [May 2, 2018]: Make Poverty History Manitoba launched it’s city poverty reduction plan Winnipeg Without Poverty: Calling on the City to Lead at 10am, May 2. This report, endorsed by more than 90 organizations, calls… Read More

Merchants Corner Grand Opening April 28

A community’s Vision Comes to Life Join us at this new community hub! Saturday, April 28  11am – 4 pm, 11:30 – 12:00 Greetings and remarks 541 Selkirk Ave.  

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New CED Documentary Screening Tuesday Jan 23

CCEDNET-MB, CCPA-MB, The Manitoba Research Alliance and Rebel Sky Media present: The Inclusive Economy Stories of Community Economic Development in Manitoba Tuesday, Jan 23 at Cinematheque, 100 Arthur St. Winnipeg Doors open at 6:30, movie at 7 pm… Read More

Call for Papers 1919 Winnipeg General Strike Centenary Conference May 9 – 11, 2019

ALL PROPOSALS MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION FOR EACH PERSON INVOLVED: 1. Presentation Title 2. A 100-150-word outline of the presentation. 3. A 100-150-word biography. These must include (if applicable) a list of publications, activities, and a list… Read More

KPMG: Reasons to be skeptical of the advice they offer

By Jim Silver It is curious that the Pallister government would have hired consulting firm KPMG to provide advice on how to manage the Province’s affairs. KPMG’s actions across the world and in Canada—some illegal; many promoting the… Read More

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls: The cost of doing nothing to prevent tragedy

By Marina Puzyreva and John Loxley, As the Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) continues, a new study looks at the problems of reactive government policy on MMIWG in Manitoba. The complex impacts on… Read More

Prove Yourself! Barriers to accessing ID for low-income Manitobans

By Ellen Smirl Government-issued identification (ID) is essential to gain access to a wide range of government entitlements, commercial services and financial systems. Lack of ID on the other hand, represents a critical barrier that prevents low-income Manitobans… Read More

Concordia Hospital ER Closure: bad news for persons with disabilities and seniors

By Carlos Sosa In April of 2017, it was announced that there would be dramatic changes in the way that healthcare would be delivered in Manitoba. One of the biggest users of the healthcare system are marginalized populations… Read More