Many Winnipeggers wonder if our city is getting stronger, if all our efforts towards change are making a difference. Looking at the places where we experience progress helps us look forward to where we’re going and make course corrections if we’re not achieving results. Peg is Winnipeg’s community indicator system for doing just that. Tracking information
United Way agency partner Main Street Project interviewed 300 people who experience homelessness in Winnipeg, and released a report today recommending quick action aimed at addressing the root causes of homelessness.
United Way of Winnipeg’s Aboriginal Relations Council (ARC) is celebrating the release of Eagle’s Eye View Second Edition – a comprehensive environmental scan of Winnipeg’s Aboriginal population – featuring new information gathered since Eagle’s Eye View was first published in 2004.
A comprehensive environmental scan of Winnipeg’s Aboriginal population, this report features new information gathered since Eagle’s Eye View was first published by United Way of Winnipeg’s Aboriginal Relations Council in 2004. “There continues to be interest, demand and use for up-to-date and relevant information on the Aboriginal community in Winnipeg,” said Dr. Judy Bartlett, a respected Metis researcher,
Recognizing that poverty in Winnipeg remains a serious issue and concern for residents, United Way released a new report today that intends to inspire further discussion about the impact poverty has in all our lives and ways Winnipeggers can address the issue individually and together as a community.
United Way of Winnipeg recognizes that many realities will affect the contribution that our strategies make towards the ultimate goal – all Winnipeggers having access to the basic requirements for a good life. Some of these realities exist in our environment (the economic, political, social, cultural, demographic and philanthropic realities) while other realities exist within each