Call for nominations for the Joseph Zuken Citizen Activist Award 2022

Respect and the right to abortion

By Molly McCracken

An Exploration of Long-Term Outcomes Following Graduation from the Ndinawe Child and Youth Care Certificate Program

The Ndinawe Child and Youth Care Certificate Program (NCYCCP) is a post-secondary education program for formerly sexually exploited individuals in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The full-time, one-year college program is offered in partnership with Red River College Polytechnic (RRC Polytech) and Ndinawemaaganag Endaawaad Inc. since 2007. It offers accredited training using foundational knowledge and practical experiences for students to support children, youth, families and communities as youth support workers. This training comes from a variety of trauma-informed, relational, and anti-oppressive frameworks. For the majority of students, this program is the first step in ending a cycle of poverty and reliance on social assistance. Students have the opportunity to work towards healing themselves and rebuilding their lives while embarking on a career path that can have a direct positive impact on their own families and on children and youth in their larger community. 

Climate Action in the City

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Hard Times Require Bold Action at City Hall 

By Niall Harney

Alternative Municipal Budget launch May 11, 2022 at City Hall

Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press June 8, 2022

It is an election year in Winnipeg and come October, a new mayor will be sitting in the City’s top seat. The 2022 Winnipeg Alternative Municipal Budget, “Winnipeg at a Crossroads”, released last month offers candidates and Winnipeggers a fully costed budget for the City of Winnipeg. Written by 27 authors from 18 community organizations, these Winnipeg policy experts direct Winnipeg to a more prosperous, inclusive and sustainable future.

Revision to Manitoba Minimum Wage Legislation Inadequate

For Immediate Release (Winnipeg): The Manitoba government introduced legislation yesterday to allow Cabinet to increase the minimum wage if inflation rises above 5 per cent, as measured in the first three months of the year.

Work Life: Cost of wage-freeze effort becoming apparent

By Niall Harney and Julie Guard

Provincial budget is a missed opportunity

Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press May 4, 2002

By Niall Harney

Low-cost housing in Winnipeg

Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press April 27, 2022

By Shauna MacKinnon

New report shows Manitoba’s energy transition is not just possible, but practical