Manitoba’s fiscal update shows the province can do more to help with affordability

For Immediate Release (Winnipeg, Treaty One): As CCPA predicted (1), the mid-year fiscal update released today shows the Provincial Manitoba budget is in surplus, demonstrating the province can do more to help those struggling with the affordability crisis.

Manitoba refuses to lower child care fees

November 30, 2022For Immediate Release (Winnipeg): Across Canada, parents see their childcare fees drop. Butthis is not happening in Manitoba. More than a year after the Manitoba government signedonto the federal government’s national child care agreement, families in …

Climate Action Requires Provincial Leadership

Lions Place Housing Crisis: What the Manitoba Government can and must do

By Shauna McKinnon

Election 2022 Winnipeg’s next mayor

October 6, 2022  I’m being asked which mayoral candidate with the potential to win Winnipeg’s election has the better platform when it comes to policing, recreation, housing, taxation and equity, topics we regularly publish on at the Canadian …

Experiences of trauma prevent people from planning for financial future, finds new report 

October 4, 2022

Code Red: Winnipeg’s Fire and Paramedic Service Infrastructure Deficit

For Immediate Release (Treaty One, Winnipeg): October 3, 2022   CODE RED: WINNIPEG FIRE AND PARAMEDIC INFRASTRUCTURE DEFICIT LOOMING – NEW REPORT

Speaking Up Fall 2022

Thursday October 13, 7pm – 8:15 pm online Why Politicians and Big Business Love P3s, but the Rest of Us Shouldn’t, with Simon Enoch Zoom Registration here Proponents of Public Private Partnerships (P3s) like to paint a very rosy …

A Living Wage for Winnipeg is $18.34/ hour, Brandon $15.66/hour, Thompson $16.25/hour: Report

August 25, 2022 Winnipeg, Treaty One Territory – The Manitoba Office of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives calculates that a family of four, with two working parents, would require a wage of $18.34/ hour in Winnipeg, $15.66/ …

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) …