25+ Years Proudly Serving Winnipeg’s North End
We are a community non-profit organization in Winnipeg’s North End comprised of nine partner neighbourhoods. The neighbourhoods we serve are William Whyte, St. John’s, Dufferin, Lord Selkirk Park, Inkster-Faraday, Robertson, Burrows Central, Luxton and North Point Douglas.
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Our Programs & Services
NECRC delivers programs and services from three locations along Selkirk Avenue in Winnipeg’s North End. Popular programs include Citizen’s Bridge, PATH Employability Centre, TLC Tenant Landlord Corporation, and more. For a full program listing, visit our Programs and Services page.
We deliver services and programming based on the following pillars:
- Truth and Reconciliation
- Economic Development
- Recreation and Wellness
- Food Security
There are three service locations on Selkirk Ave.
Not sure which location to access?
With three locations providing services along Selkirk Avenue, it can be easy to get mixed up!
Before you arrive…please ensure you have the correct address for the program you are accessing. See below or visit our locations page for the correct location address of each program.
Come celebrate the Spring Solstice with us and special guests Four Sacred Hearts!
Thursday, March 21, 2024
Location: Sergeant Tommy Prince Place (90 Sinclair)
Enjoy cultural celebrations through drumming and delicious food. Open to all community members!
Feast catered by Community Helpers Unite.
NECRC is committed to the social, economic and cultural renewal of the North End of Winnipeg. Our pillars form the core principles that guide the development of our programs, services, and community initiatives. Our work aims to encourage positive outcomes by building relationships, and increasing accessibility to community, economic development, skills for employment, and healthy housing.
Safe, affordable, secure housing is central to everyone’s health and well-being. The North End has unique challenges to overcome in terms of access to good, affordable housing.
We are comprised of eleven neighbourhoods in the North End, working together to build relationships and deliver a wide range of community initiatives.
We offer several grant programs to assist residents and businesses to improve their properties and instil community pride.
Our goal is to connect with low-income individuals who are looking for identification, a bank account, and employment skills.