The NECRC TLC Program (Tenant Landlord Corporation) works with landlords and tenants by providing direct advocacy to ensure tenant and landlord rights and responsibilities are protected, and by preventing displacement and encouraging healthy tenancies.
Our Exterior Home Improvement Program (EHIP) aims to encourage and support maintenance of existing housing and infrastructure, promote exterior repairs affecting utility costs, and to help infuse a sense of pride, renewal, and safety in the North End.
- Citizens’ Bridge
- Building Construction Mentorship
- Adult Driver Training Program
- PATH – Job Search Workshops
The Citizen’s Bridge Program works in cooperation with over a hundred community organizations and Manitoba Employment and Income Assistance. Our goal is to connect with low-income individuals who are looking for identification, a bank account, and employment skills.
Building Construction Mentorship Program (BCMP) is a partnership with Manitoba Housing and the local community as an employment and training program for North End youth and residents interested in the trades.
The Adult Driver training Program offers 16 hours of classroom training to prepare for the Class 5 knowledge test.
The PATH Employability Centre helps with the necessary skills to gain employment and for job readiness.
We offer several grant programs to assist residents and businesses to improve their properties and instill community pride.
Storefront Enhancement Grant (SEG) Program for local small businesses and non-profit agencies/organizations in the North End.
NECRC continues to work with stakeholders and local resident associations to address the needs of the North End Community through the development of partnerships, networking and building community capacity. We also facilitate the Recreation and Leisure fund.
The North End Recreation & Leisure Fund’s purpose is to support informal groups of individuals and North End community residents investing in their neighbourhoods.