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Immigrant Women's Association of Manitoba

IWAM helps immigrant women and their families settle and integrate into the Canadian society.  IWAM has established counselling services, English as Second Language training, and provided advocacy and research as well as a variety of different programs and projects.Addresses the concerns of immigrant women and their families. Offers advocacy, referral and public education and information.

Association canadienne de réflexologie

Acts nationally to unify reflexologists in professional programs and services. Provides training, develops educational standards, and disseminates information about reflexology. Website contains announcements, membership and training information, a listing of reflexology instructors, and reflexology FAQs. // Forme un organisme qui travaille pour : établir et de maintenir des standards élevés chez les réflexologues; promouvoir une formation de qualité avec des examens et des diplômes; de partager des idées; et développer un système efficace de références et d'entraides partout au Canada.

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Manitoba Status of Women

Promotes gender equality and the equal participation of all women in society.  Works towards improving the economic, legal, social and health status of women.  Contributes to ending exploitation and violence against women.

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Manitoba Interfaith Immigration Council

Manitoba Interfaith Immigration Council Inc. (MIIC)  promotes and supports the protection and resettlement of refugees and offers a range of services that welcomes and assists refugee newcomers in their settlement and integration into Canadian society.  MIIC strives to enable independence and full participation of these newcomers in our community.

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Lac Brochet Nursing Station
Crane River Community Health Services
Interlake Regional Health Authority

The Interlake Regional Health Authority is responsible for the operation and administration of facility and community based health programs and services at a regional level within the Interlake region of Manitoba. The Interlake RHA is responsible within the context of broad provincial policy direction, for assessing and prioritizing those services and programs based on evidence based needs and developing and managing an integrated approach to health care delivery.

The Regional Health Authorities Act legislation came into force on April 1, 1997. It sets out the conditions under which the RHA's are incorporated, as well as defining duties and responsibilities of the Regional Health Authorities, for ensuring effective health planning and delivery.

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Lorette Health Unit
Winnipeg Sun
Winnipeg Military Family Resource Centre