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Canada Must Do Better

Canada Must Do Better

This year, we choose to acknowledge Canada Day as a day to reflect and learn more about Indigenous history and culture. We must face the truth about our country's history and honour the children, their families, and the survivors of residential schools. The roadmap to...

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Reconciliation Month

Reconciliation Month

This year is the 5th July Reconciliation Month at WCWRC.  2017 marked the 150th birthday of the country we call Canada, here on Turtle Island. In light of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Final Report and the discrimination and racism that the women we...

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What’s Your Indigenous Peoples Day Plan?

What’s Your Indigenous Peoples Day Plan?

National Indigenous Peoples Day is June 21st. This day is for recognizing and celebrating the many cultures and contributions of the Indigenous peoples of Canada. It is a time for reflection, education, and action about Indigenous past, present, and the future. We...

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Atlanta shootings statement

Atlanta shootings statement

To those who say we no longer need feminism: The devastating shootings in Atlanta targeted Asian women because they were women and because they were Asian. This was a racist and misogynistic act and we need to stand in solidarity with Asian women across Turtle Island....

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Warming Centre

Warming Centre

Our Warming Centre at 430 Langside is open Monday-Friday from 10am to 2pm. Come get a hot meal, hygiene items, winter gear, and washrooms. Where some see an empty recreational centre, others see opportunity. West Central Women’s Resource Centre (WCWRC) and Spence...

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November is Domestic VIolence Awareness Month

November is Domestic VIolence Awareness Month

If you or someone you know is being abused, call the Manitoba Association of Women’s Shelter’s confidential provincial toll-free crisis line at 1-877-977-0007. November is #DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth in Manitoba. Domestic violence is a form of gender-based...

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