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Winnipeg high school students show they care at 11 community agencies.

The annual United Way Youth Day of Caring is a chance for youth to contribute to and learn about our community. About 120 Winnipeg high school students embarked from the Magnus Eliason Recreation Centre (MERC) on Friday to volunteer at … Continue reading

Forgotten: The Métis Residential School Experience

Exhibit, open to public until January 31, shines light on history of the Métis and the legacy of residential schools People came together in our atrium for the official opening of Forgotten: The Métis Residential School Experience exhibit this week, which features … Continue reading

Celebrating Winnipeg’s generosity

Together we celebrated Campaign 2016 – the first year of a three-year plan to help thousands more in our city More than 800 people came together to celebrate the generosity of Winnipeggers during the 2016 Campaign on Friday night at … Continue reading

E.T. gets an orchestra

National Leasing partners with The Winnipeg Boldness Project to sponsor art and culture events for Point Douglas families E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial won the 1982 Academy Award for Best Original Score, and last Sunday families were treated not just a screening of … Continue reading

A better Winnipeg includes all its citizens

On Tuesday United Way Winnipeg and the Manitoba Islamic Association co-hosted an open house to celebrate Islamic History Month and an exhibit in United Way’s atrium that features the history and contributions of Muslims in our province. Marilyn McLaren, volunteer chair … Continue reading

Breakfast focused on youth mental health, campaign progress

$7.5 million raised by generous Winnipeggers so far, over $20 million needed On Friday 200  Winnipeggers gathered at Robert A. Steen Community Centre for breakfast and to learn more about the importance of connecting Winnipeg youth with mental health supports … Continue reading