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Updates & Events

Volunteers in Action with Naomi Gichungu

  • Naomi Gichungu
        “I always strive to impact other people’s lives, it’s never been just about the greening, but it is social as well.” (more…) Read More
    April 11, 2019

    IRCOM is currently seeking a qualified Program Assistant for our Volunteer and Community Services. This is a full-time, permanent position. Please see the link below for details regarding the position and application process.

    Program Assistant – Volunteer Community Services

    April 9, 2019

    The After School Program is currently seeking a qualified driver on a casual, part-time basis. Please see the link below for details regarding the position and application process.

    Driver Casual part time


  • Winnipeg Municipal Election 2018
    October 18, 2018

    The City of Winnipeg election is just around the corner and we encourage everyone who is eligible to get out there and vote on Wednesday October 24th.


    We’ve assembled a few resources from partner agencies who have gathered information on civic issues related to the newcomer settlement sector.


    Access Without Fear:

    Access Without Fear: Winnipeg City Council Candidate Survey Results

    The MWSN along with Immigration Partnership Winnipeg, Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba, the Social Planning Council of Winnipeg, and Migrante, have asked candidates in the upcoming Winnipeg City Council election to provide their position on an Access Without Fear Policy for the City of Winnipeg.

    An Access Without Fear Policy ensures that all residents, including undocumented migrants, have access to all city services regardless of their immigration status. Many municipalities in Canada, such as Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton, Hamilton, and Vancouver have adopted Access Without Fear Policies to reduce the barriers faced by undocumented migrants in accessing critical services. An Access Without Fear Policy is one of the recommendations in the Winnipeg Without Poverty Report, endorsed by over 90 community organizations.

    We asked each candidate to answer questions on the contribution of immigrants to Winnipeg, the impact of municipal services on immigrants and migrants, undocumented migrants and barriers they face to accessing city services, and an Access Without Fear policy.


    Immigration Partnership Winnipeg

    Information in multiple languages regarding the voting process, key issues and how to get involved.