July 29, 2016, Winnipeg Free Press – Local Article North End: Plaza of dreams

North End’s iconic Selkirk Avenue to become meeting place again “It took almost a decade, a determined group of residents, non-profits and city departments, and a little bit of luck. So in a way, the birth of the revamped Powers Plaza –  its first two phases are expected to be finished this year, the third by next summer – is also a resounding statement about resilience and evolution.” Article Copy: Plaza of dreams – Winnipeg Free Press Full article: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/plaza-of-dreams-388709581.html By: Melissa Martin Posted: 07/29/2016 5:28 PM| Last Modified: 07/29/2016 9:43 PM | Comments:...

2016 July 27, Winnipeg FreePress The Times: NECRC and Bridge the Gap Social Media Contest Article

A North End project, “Bridge the Gap Winnipeg”, is partnering up with the North End Community Renewal Corporation (NECRC) to give a deserving organization a $2,000 grant through a social media contest. Article copy: 2016 Summer Contest helps North End youth Full online news article: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/our-communities/times/Contest-helps-North-End-youth-388135082.html By: Ligia Braidotti Posted: 07/25/2016 9:27 AM | Comments:...
Bridge The Gap & NECRC Instagram Contest – Win $2,000

Bridge The Gap & NECRC Instagram Contest – Win $2,000

We at Bridge the Gap Winnipeg, along with the North End Community Renewal Corporation, are teaming up to reward a $2000 grant to a deserving North End organization for young people. The application process is simple. Use your smartphone to create and upload a “short video” application through Instagram called: “#How To Summer 2016”. http://www.bridgethegapwinnipeg.ca/  ...

North End Youth 5 Year Community Planning Session

The North End Community Renewal Corporation (NECRC) operates under gudiance of its community members, resident associations, local businesses, faith based and cultural organizations. These partners have an eqaul opportunity to provide their opinions on needs in the North End which is then compiled into a report. This report, the 5 Year North End Community Plan, is set to expire, with the new report guiding NECRC from 2016-2021. We (Youth) were identified as the number one priority of the North End in the previous 2011-2016 report, and such want to encourage you all to support the youth of the North End for the upcoming period. To further enhance youth participation in this process, the North End Youth Council is holding an event at the Indian & Metis Friendship Centre (45 Robinson Street) on Tuesday November 24th from 4:30-7pm (doors open at 4pm)  to celebrate, and also to receive feedback from the community.  This event will be hosted by Jenna Liiciious, with guest performers Prairie Grass Drum, William Prince and Nealon Almario. As a special gift to those who attend, the first 100 youth to sign-up and complete the survey process will receive $5.  There will be a light dinner served and childcare provided.  While this event is catered towards youth from 15-24, all ages are welcome and encouraged to attend.  Please note that the $5 honorarium will only be provided to youth. If you are unable to attend, you can fill out the survey on the NECRC website.     You can also download your own copy of the 11″x17″ poster here....

Come join the North End Youth Council

The North End Youth Council meets on the first Wednesday of the month from 4-6pm. We talk about upcoming events in the community and work on fun projects that benefit our neighbourhood. If you’re interested in taking part, visit northendyouth.ca for details on the next meeting. #NorthEndYouth...