PTLC Oct2nd Destinations
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Lisa Boles, Mike Weekes, Sherry KlassenIndigineous Student Centre at Uof M //  Soup Kitchen at West Broadway Communit MinistriesEducation  //  MinistryMeet with staff, elder and Christine, who already liaises with us regarding cultural proficiency and what we can do at FRC  //  Have soup and conversations with the guestsWhat we are doing well and what we can do better. //  Gain a better understanding of another demographic3group complete.
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Ruthanne DyckSikh Parade - Sept. 6, Nanaksar Gurudwara church - Sept. 26, Hindu Temple - date TBDEast Indian cultureAn understanding of East Indian cultureOthers are welcome to join me
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Iain Riffel (contact),  Jane Bachart, Lisa Boles, Geoff Brewster, Tony Carvey, Lise Denis, Cam Grier,Darren Juby, Sherry Klassen, Judy Pirnie, Darren Oughton, Susan Lespina, Colleen Roberts, Janet Tomy, Mike Weekes, and Jerrold WiebeAs per invitation from Iain to:  PanAm Place 10:00 a.m. - Noon; 245 McDermott Avenue:   http://www.panamboxing.com/#!facilities/c66tTransitional Youth Housing, Residence, and Recreation Programs for At-Risk and Street YouthTour and discussionUnderstanding clientel circumstances and needs, program offerings, structures and supportsFullFull
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Ted Fransen, Julie Fisher, Ruthanne Dyck, Michelle Lawrence, Janet Gray, Catherine Birch, Wendy Weight,Troy Calder, Karen Brawdy, Cheryl McCombe, Blll Burns,Kathy Bru, Ginny Helmer, Shannon Tippingas per invitation from TedIndigenous Neighbours (MCC), Louis Riel Institute, Manitoba Indigenous Resource Center, Thunderbird Housetour and discussionunderstanding indigenous cultures14group complete
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Gemma, Doug, Troy & JacquiN.E.E.D.S Center - 215-A Notre Dame Ave, Immigrant Center, Welcome Place - 521 Bannatyne Place, MB Youth Detention CenterPrograms,accomodation and supports for refugees/families new to Canada, Youth ProgramsEngage in dialogue with Winnipeg leaders of NGOs meeting the social/emotional and basic needs of newcomers to Canada, better understand supports for youth in the MB justice systemTo spend time listening to and better understanding leadership in programs that support the needs of families new to Canada similar to those in our school communityTroy, Jacqui, Doug, Gemma, Brent Poole, Ryan,
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Jane Bachart/Gemma SkeltonManitoba Hydro Training FacilitySweat Lodge http://www.manygoodteachings.com/turtle-lodge.html A unique and profoundly personal experience in a supportive community setting.Gain a deeper understanding & connection with this First Nations traditional ceremony.15-20Jane, Heather Eby, Geoff Brewster, Gemma, Dave Wall,
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Tanis Thiessen, Dawn Thompson, Lorraine de Monye, Karine Rioux, Chantal ProulxIndigenous Cultural Centre (Sutherland Ave), North Point Douglas Women's Centre, Ma MaWi Wi Chi Itata Centre (King St), Neechi Commonsproactive programming for indigenous people - youth, foster, adoption, community four sites - walking tour and discussion - tour leader Val Vint (guest)learn more about positive, proactive programs FROM indigenous people FOR indigenous people5Tanis, Dawn, Lorraine, Karine, Chantal
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Tanis Ryznar, Brenda Stewart Siloam MissionChristian humanitarian organization that
alleviates hardships and provides opportunities for change for those affected
by homelessness.
Converse with guests to gather information on what their school
experiences had been like and what can the schools do better when at-risk students re-enter the
education system
perspecitve on school experiences from at-risk population4 - fullTanis, Brenda, Heather, Jane
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Mike Pizzi; Peggy HobsonManitoba Hydro Training FacilityPrograms for Employment Parallels to middle years classroom delivery; differentiation and student needs; Aboriginal Academic AchievementPerspectives and strategies to engage learners while learning/accepting individual and cultural differences (proficiency) while maintaining curricular and training standards4 - room for 2 moreMike and Peggy
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Andrea Loepp, Teresa RogersLindenwood Manor 475 Lindenwood Drive East 2PM-3:15Seniors HomeOpportunity to share inter-generational successful transitions to Canada from students, parents and seniorsWhat are some of the challenges for new families and what can we learn from our elders that would help us to support our newcomer families.Room for 10
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Brenda Stewart Immaculate Conception Drop In Centre 181 Austin Street  Sundays  ~12-3Drop In Centre that serves a hot, healthy meal to homeless/poverty stricken families (mostly First Nations)Opportunity to speak with other volunteers, serve a meal to guests while engaging them in conversations about their educational and life experiences  Perspective on school and community experiences from at-risk populationAlways room for moreBrenda Stewart
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Val Wood, Leslie Wurtak, Marilyn Challis-CozzuolIndigenous Cultural Centre (119 Sutherland Ave), Graffiti Gallery (109 Higgins Ave) and Neechi CommonsICC promotes awareness and understanding of Indigenous culture for all Manitobans; GG is a not-for-profit community youth art centre, using art as a tool for community, social, economic and individual growth; NC provides employment, cultural and community building experiences for indigenous people and for the surrounding communityTour, have conversations and explore through art, food and cultural artifactsOpportunity to increase awareness and understanding of the challenges and strengths of indigenous people
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Dave Poersch/Linda EdenKIWAKorean Elders Meeting with the pastor of the Winnipeg Korean Church, a former director of Winnipeg's Korean language school, a former director of the Winnipeg Korean Society, and a former Korean newcomer Gain better understanding of the Korean Community in Winnipeg
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Loraine de Monye, Karine Rioux,Tanis Thiessen,Dawn Thompson,Chantal ProuxVisiting/Walking to Indegenous Cultural Centre, North Point Douglas Women's Centre,Ma MawI Wi Chi Itata, NEECHI COMMONSGuided Tour with the artist Val Vint
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