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Vibrant Communities Symposium April 25 th and 26 th. Neighbourhood Walkabouts. 1 - Central Park & Exchange (Bo) 2 - Housing First and Harm Reduction (Mike) 3 - Ka Ni Kanichihk /IRCOM (Jason) 4 - Housing, Heating and Healing on Main Street (Lindsay)

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neighbourhood walkabouts
Neighbourhood Walkabouts

1 - Central Park & Exchange (Bo)

2 - Housing First and Harm Reduction (Mike)

3 - Ka Ni Kanichihk/IRCOM (Jason)

4 - Housing, Heating and Healing on Main Street (Lindsay)

5 - Centennial Neighbourhood (Claire)

planning committee
PLANNING COMMITTEE
  • Canadian Community Economic Development Network
  • Economic Development Association of Manitoba
  • Green Action Centre
  • Health in Common
  • Intergovernmental Committee on Manitoba First Nations Health
  • International Institute for Sustainable Development
  • Manitoba Public Health Association
  • Rural Secretariat
  • United Way of Winnipeg
sponsors
SPONSORS
  • Assiniboine Credit Union
  • Manitoba Hydro
  • Winnipeg Regional Health Authority
  • MEDO
  • Winnipeg Free Press
  • United Way of Winnipeg
slide10

Cutting Poverty, Crime and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Winnipeg’s Inner City

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SHAUN LONEY

Founder and Executive Director at BUILD Inc. and Warm Up Winnipeg

slide11

Working together to address social, environmental, economic and cultural well-being

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Neechi Commons - Russ Rothney

Elton Energy Cooperative – Dan Mazier

PEG Community Indicator System – Heather Block

Housing First - Brian Bechtel

slide12

Does the community (residents, local groups, other stakeholders, etc.) play a role in determining the goals and success of your work? If so, how?

2. How, if at all, does your work address the

a. social aspect of community?

b. environmental aspect of community?

c. economic aspect of community?

d. cultural aspect of community?

  • How, if at all, does your work address equity (Equity referring to fair treatment of all members of our society - recognizing our differences and value)?

4. How, if at all, does your work impact public policy?

challenges inherent in the guiding principles an armchair discussion
Challenges Inherent in the Guiding Principles - an Armchair Discussion

Graham Starmer

President, Manitoba Chamber of Commerce

Gary Swanson

Community Services, City of Winnipeg

Jacquie East

Dillon Consulting

Margaret Bryans

Mothering Project, Program Manager, Mount Carmel Clinic

Michael Hart

Indigenous Research, Faculty of Social Work, U of Manitoba

slide14

If you have tried to do something and failed…you are vastly better off than if you tried to do nothing and succeeded.

Heartland Archery

slide16

When you strive to improve yourself – remember that even if you are on the right track you will be run over if you just sit there.

Heartland Archery

slide17

Take a good look at yourself.

You are someone’s idea of archery.

Heartland Archery

guiding principles and good intentions
Guiding Principles and Good Intentions

Facilitated discussions that provide an opportunity to share their experience adhering to the Guiding Principles – strengths and challenges.

guiding principles and good intentions1
Guiding Principles and Good Intentions

Facilitated discussions in breakout locations:

1- United Way (Jason)

2 – Manitoba Metis Federation (Mike)

3 - Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (Bo)

4 - Aboriginal Centre (Cathy)

slide22

the only definition of a leader is one who has followers - without followers there can be no leaders

slide23

If you look to lead, invest at least 40% of your time managing yourself – your ethics, character, principles, purpose, motivation and conduct. Invest at least 30% managing those with authority over you, and 15% managing your peers.

slide24

Make a careful list of all things done to you that you did not like. Don’t do them to others, ever. Make another list of things done for you that you loved. Do them for others always.

health equity impact assessment a practical tool for building healthy communities
Health Equity Impact Assessment a practical tool for building healthy communities

April MacInnes

Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

Dr. Steven Feldgaier

Healthy Child Manitoba Office

Karen Serwonka

Manitoba Health

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