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February 2013

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2013 CEC Youth Role Model Awards

February 28, 2013

The Citizens Equity Committee (CEC) is mandated to advise the Mayor and Council on equity and diversity issues as they impact on City of Winnipeg policies, procedures and services. The CEC organize the annual Youth Role Model Awards to honour Winnipeg youth who demonstrates outstanding achievements in within the following eight categories: Rosalinda Natividad Cantiveros Award for Courage, Community Volunteering, Sports, Education and Training, Performing Arts, Creative Arts, Community Health & Wellness, and Advocacy.

Nominations due March 15, 2013.

For more information, visit

Kani Kanichihk Inc: INSPIRE MORE

#February 28, 2013

Kani Kanichihk Inc, an Oshki Annishinabe Nigaaniwak community partner is offering INSPIRE MORE, a two day Youth-for-Youth Education and Career Fair!

Download Inspire Poster for Details

Future is Yours: Promotional Video

#February 21, 2013

Watch this promotional video of Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre's program "The Future Is Yours". Shot and edited by our own youth interns.

First Jobs For Youth

#February 21, 2013

Watch this promotional video of Spence Neighbourhood's program "First Jobs for Youth". Shot and edited by our own youth interns.

The YMCA Summer Work Student Exchange is currently accepting applications

#February 14, 2013

YMCA imageThe YMCA Summer Work Student Exchange is currently accepting applications for its six-week summer program for 16- and 17-year-old youth.

The YMCA Summer Work Student Exchange is a unique national exchange program that brings together youth from various communities across the country. Participating youth, aged 16 and 17, have the opportunity to improve their second official language skills, and gain important employment experience through a work placement while on their exchange.

For more information check pout their website at:

Just for Youth: A Guide to Winnipeg Public Library

February 7, 2013

Check out this video produced by Oshki Annishinabe Nigaaniwak interns giving you the 411 about Winnipeg Public Library. From awesome spaces to hang out with friends to huge collections of books, magazines, eBooks, graphic novels and research information to a tonne of free programs designed just for teens, maybe it's time to find out a bit more about what the Library has just for you(th)!

FREE Youth Digital Photography Program!

February 6, 2013

#Free drop-in workshop for youth ages 14-17.
Learn a variety of photography and image editing techniques.
All equipment will be provided.

Registration is encouraged as space is limited. Sign up quick for this exciting opportunity.

Download Poster to view the details including dates and times for workshop sessions.

Last update: August 25, 2015
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