Independent Living Resource Centre (ILRC)

Handi Transit has recently announced a contest to change its name. Click here for more information and to read ILRC's response.

The Government of Manitoba has put forward a bill to end the legislation guaranteeing provincial funding for municipal transit agencies. Click here for more information.

Announcements:

If you are a taxi cab driver looking for information on training please click here or on the Training Info and Registration button on the left.

The Independent Living Resource Centre together with the Public Interest Law Centre have filed a complaint regarding Handi Transit with the Manitoba Ombudsman. Click here for a page containing information concerning the complaint

Click below to view a captioned video of the new ILRC branding jingle

 

ILRC 2016 - 2017 Annual Report is now available. Click here to view the report.

The Independent Living Resource Centre has purchased six season tickets for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Investor's Group Field for the 2017 season for the use of ILRC program participants and members. If you are interested in attending a game please contact Natasha at natashak@ilrc.mb.ca. Have you been to a game? Any comments on the field's accessibility or the experience? Please send comments to Natasha. We appreciate your feedback.

Due to popular demand the ILRC Cookbook is once again available for sale. The cost is $10 each. For more information please contact Natalie at 204-947-0194

Newsletter:

Options - Summer 2017 Newsletter

Click here for the Summer 2017 Crossword Solutions


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Calendar of Events:

Click here for the Leisure Education Calendar of Community Events for September 2017

September

Self-Care and Stress Management - September 28, 2017

October

ABC's of Advocacy: Introduction to individual advocacy - October 25, 2017

Want a workshop that's not offered? Click here for more information.

SFMC Quick Tip of the Day

According to labour law within the Province of Manitoba, if a worker is called in to work, and it has not been scheduled beforehand then that worker is entitled to a minimum of 3 hours pay (although the call could be only one hour). However, you are allowed to schedule an employee for less than 3 hours if the employee agrees beforehand