What’s Happening at WCWRC

2019 Hygiene Drive

West Central Women’s Resource Centre (WCWRC) is an essential resource for women in Winnipeg. WCWRC offers a weekly give-away of hygiene products, where women receive essential items, including soap, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste and more. WCWRC also provides...

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Minimum wage is a poverty wage

Manitoba's current minimum wage is a poverty-level wage. This is unacceptable. Women are disproportionately represented in low-wage jobs: fully 1/3 of women earn less than $15/hr, compared to only 22% of men. And the stats are worse for Indigenous and newcomer women....

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Questions to mayoral candidates

Connecting the Circle: A Gender-Based Strategy to End Homelessness in Winnipeg asked all the mayoral candidates tell us what they would do as mayor to address issues identified in our research project. We received responses from only one candidate. Thank you to Don...

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Employment Opportunity: ECE II

The West Central Women’s Resource Centre (WCWRC) provides services and programming to women and families in the West Central neighbourhood of Winnipeg. Through our social enterprise, Happy Sprouts Childminding Services, we train and employ women facing barriers to...

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This Is What a Feminist T-Shirt Looks Like

We have t-shirts for sale! Only $30. These ultra-soft shirts are beautifully fitted and come in sizes XS-4XL. They make a great gift for someone or for yourself! And all proceeds go to West Central Women's Resource Centre. See below for our deal to add a beautiful...

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Notice of AGM

Join us for our Annual General Meeting, a community event with moving stories of the difference this centre makes in the lives of so many and a chance to meet and visit with your community. Date: Wednesday, September 19 Time: 4pm-6pm Format: Presentations followed by...

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Report on TRC Commitments: 2017/18

West Central Women’s Resource Centre is committed to being an active partner in the work of reconciliation between settlers and Indigenous people. We are moving forward in our journey towards reconciliation through a commitment to the Truth and Reconciliation...

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Full Moon Ceremony July 26th

Please join us on July 26 for a Traditional Full Moon Ceremony with Elder Mary Crate and Knowledge Keeper Jolene Wilson at Ogimaa Gichi Makwa Gitigaan – Chief Grizzly Bear's Garden at 7:00pm! If you are able, please feel free to bring a skirt, drum, rattle and/or...

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