Independent Living Resource Centre

Have you been contacted by Handi Transit to investigate the safety standards of your wheelchair? Are they asking to come into your home to take pictures and to document your mobility device? Demand that you be treated like a citizen. Be sure you get the right information and appropriate notice before choosing to allow inspectors into your home.

Click here for the statement of recommendations from ILRC to the City of Winnipeg regarding Handi Transit service in Winnipeg. This document represents a part of ongoing negotiations with the City of Winnipeg but do note that most recommendations have not yet been agreed to by the City. ILRC and the community continue its work with the Manitoba Ombudsman to provide fair and equitable service for citizens with disabilities. Stay tuned for further updates.


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.

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


ILRC 2015 - 2016 Annual Report is now available. Click here to view the report.

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 list of frequently asked questions about the complaint.

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


Options - Fall 2016 Newsletter

Click here for the Fall 2016 Crossword Solutions

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Calendar of Events:

Click here for the Leisure Education Calendar of Community Events for November 2016

Click here for the Leisure Education Calendar of Community Events for December 2016


United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities Film Festival - December 2, 2016

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

SFMC Quick Tip of the Day

Employees who work on Remembrance Day are paid for at least half of a normal work day at 1 1/2 times their regular wages. For example, employees who work two hours on Remembrance Day, but normally work an eight-hour day, are paid four hours at 1 1/2 times their regular wage. In addition, employees also receive a regular day’s pay for working on Remembrance Day, or 5% of their gross earnings in the 28 days before Remembrance Day if their hours vary. Employees who work more than half their normal hours on Remembrance Day are paid 1 1/2 times their regular wage for all hours worked, plus a regular day’s pay.