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Report on TRC & MMIWG Commitments 2019/20

Report on TRC & MMIWG Commitments 2019/20

West Central Women’s Resource Centre is committed to being an active partner in the work of reconciliation between settlers and Indigenous people. Hundreds of years of colonization and destructive policies such as residential schools, the Sixties Scoop, and the child...

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Anti-Racism Resources for Manitobans

Anti-Racism Resources for Manitobans

We have compiled a list for our staff of anti-racism resources for Manitobans. In case this can be of help with your learning, access it here. If there are any omissions, mistakes, or if you have any other questions or concerns regarding this resource, please contact...

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Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter

At WCWRC, we say, Black Lives Matter. We mourn George Floyd's death, and call for accountability for the officers responsible for his murder. We are a centre that serves many racialised communities. Right now, the focus needs to be on lifting up our black brothers,...

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Our COVID-19 Plan

Our COVID-19 Plan

To the best of our ability, we are following directions from the Government of Manitoba, which includes limiting physical proximity. We will remain open for essential services only. Our main focus will be to preventatively slow the spread of the virus as to decrease...

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Submission to Budget 2020

Submission to Budget 2020

The Manitoba Government is asking for feedback to inform the Province's 2020 Budget. Below is our submission.   Dear Minister Fielding, Please accept the following as West Central Women’s Resource Centre’s submission to the 2020 budget consultations. We were the...

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Support Victims of Agnes Fire

Support Victims of Agnes Fire

West Central Women's Resource Centre is collecting donations to support families displaced by the fire on Agnes on Boxing Day. Over 2 dozen people lost their homes and most have lost everything. The families must now find places to live and rebuild their lives. Your...

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Trans Day of Remembrance

Trans Day of Remembrance

In 2018, there were at least 369 trans people murdered worldwide. While the number of murders of trans people in Canada is low year to year, trans Canadians are still at greater risk for discrimination and violence than their cisgender neighbors. In Canada, trans...

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