Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Traffic accident reporting requirement have changed.. See for more information!

Manitoba Government would like to inform you about Traffic accident reporting requirements have changed.

If you are in a collision you no longer have to report to police if only property damage is sustained, no matter what the value of that damage is.

Reporting to police is required ONLY if this collision involves:

  • fatality
  • serious injury ( meaning someone was hospitalized) 
  • unlicensed driver or unregistered vehicle
  • unidentified vehicle (e.g. hit and run)
  • failure to obtain particulars from the other party
  • The suspected use of drugs or alcohol by the other driver
Vehicle damage resulting from suspected vandalism attempted theft and theft must also be reported to police.

For more information about changes to the Highway Traffic Act, please visit mpi.mb.ca

Canada Deaf Games 2018 Fan Registration Form is now available!

Interested to setting up your own business? Check it out for the Information Session in October!

Anyone interested in setting up your own business??
Check the link below for further information about an information session on Monday, October 30th, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Free admission.
If you require an ASL/English interpreter, contact them and let them know before October 13th.

The Associates of the Missionary Oblate Sisters present Fundraiser- Elvis & Johnny Cash for October 21st

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

DASCH Job positions available- Team Manager, Residential Supervisor and Residental Support Worker


DASCH is a non-profit organization supporting adults and youth with developmental disabilities in Winnipeg. DASCH currently supports over 200 individuals in 54 group homes and 4 day programs throughout Winnipeg with a staff team of approximately 740 employees.

We are Hiring!

The DASCH Deaf & Deafblind Program is currently hiring for the following positions:
  • Residential Support Workers
  • Team Managers
  • Residential Supervisors

Please find attached the Job Postings for these positions.

Red River College and University of Manitoba Deaf Studies Program (DSP) and ASL-English Interpretation Program (AEIP) 2017-2018

World Financial Group Canada Inc Career Night- Thursday, September 21st, 2017

Friday, September 15, 2017

Deaf Community News has been relocated to DRC Bulletin Board as a temporary.


Let you all know that the DCM Inc Bulletin Board near DC Cafe has International Week of the Deaf (IWD)'17 posters of different events from September 16th-23rd.

Deaf Community news has been moved to Deaf Resource Centre Bulletin Board till IWD'17 event is over and will return back there.

Please go to Deaf Resource Centre (DRC) Bulletin Board to see Deaf Community News.

Thank you,
Sheila Montney
Executive Director

Deaf Centre Manitoba Inc

Wear Pink Day- Friday, October 13th, 2017

Attention for 18-31 years old- If you are interested to apply for Next Up Winnipeg... Deadline is by September 22nd!!

CCEDNet Manitoba

Apply to Next Up Winnipeg
for Ages 18-32


Next Up was created by a community of people who wanted to help emerging leaders (that’s you!) develop new and better skills, smarts and ideas. Three years ago, CCEDNet and the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives - Manitoba brought this innovative program to Winnipeg and we can't wait to get started with our 4th Next Up cohort.

The program is intense. Over 6.5 months, we’ll dive into a number of topics and disciplines, combining theory, practice, deep thinking, and hard skills. We’ll look at how change is made in society. We’ll meet some of the most innovative change-makers in Manitoba — from the non-profit, labour, business and public sectors and from Indigenous, settler and newcomer communities—who are working for a better world.
Do you wonder what the future holds for our world? Are you concerned about things like climate change, poverty, public health and education, housing and government policy? Do you believe that global and local issues are connected? Do you feel that our economic system is focused on profit at the expense of people and the planet? Do you believe it is possible for us, as communities, to do things differently at home and abroad, to eradicate poverty, to deal with conflict peacefully, to rise to the climate challenge fairly, and to ensure everyone has access to good public health and education services?
If you answered yes to many of the questions above, this program may be for you.

Apply to Next Up Winnipeg

Next Up has a number lenses through which we explore social change.  Lenses include decolonization, anti-oppression and equity. Climate Justice is a key lens for the program as Climate Change is one of the core challenges of our time.  The lenses are used as a grounding point - not every session is about the lenses. The lenses inform how we think about solutions and our approach to social change.

Who should apply? You are:

  • Aged 18–32
  • Passionate about changing the way the world works, and committed to being active at the centre of social change
  • Certain that there are better ways for us to take care of each other and the planet
  • Willing to take a risk, join a team, and learn more about yourself
  • What level of commitment is required from me, and when?
  • By joining Next Up you’re committing yourself to an extraordinarily rigorous and exciting program. The program runs from Oct. to May, 2018 and during that time you will:
  • Attend one week-day evening session 6 - 9 pm per week
  • Attend one day-long weekend session per month (Generally Saturdays from 10-4pm)

Apply to Next Up Winnipeg

The Gathering Registration now open!!

For more information on this year's Gathering, how to sponsor or get involved, contact gathering@ccednet-rcdec.ca

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Winnipeg Art Council will have Mass Appeal this year again!

  Our participatory concert series returns to Winnipeg this September.
(Winnipeg, MB) – The Winnipeg Arts Council is pleased to announce that Mass Appeal will be back this September.  Mass Appeal is a series of concerts performed by, and for, the public.  Participation in Mass Appeal is free to anyone who wants to take part either as a performer or an audience member. Mass Appeal concerts are free to attend, are performed by amateur and professional musicians of all skill levels, feature a wide variety of music, and take place in all kinds of publicly accessible spaces.
Each Mass Appeal event is a 30-minute concert featuring a different type of musical instrument, performed under the guidance of a Music Director who has prepared a repertoire suitable for players of all ages and skill levels. Anyone interested in being a part of the ensemble can download the music from www.massappealwinnipeg.ca.  Musicians practice the songs on their own and then show up at the scheduled time and place for a group rehearsal followed by the performance.  The website contains tips, links, videos, and sound files for the songs to be performed, and the music selections range from very easy to more challenging so that there is something for everyone.
Last year, at our inaugural Mass Appeal, we were delighted with the turnout and enthusiasm from Winnipeggers who sang, strummed, played and even danced in the rain.
Mass Appeal begins with accordions on Thursday, September 7, Fiddles on Saturday, September 9th, horns on Thursday, September 14, ukuleles on Saturday, September 16 and wrapping everything up with a choral concert on September 21.  Each event will have a one-hour rehearsal with the musical director and the entire ensemble followed by a 30-minute concert. Anyone is welcome to participate as a musician or as an enthusiastic audience member. On September 21, ASL-English Interpretation will be provided.

“Our goal with Mass Appeal is to celebrate community and to animate the city through music,” says Executive Director Carol A. Phillips.  “As city builders, the Winnipeg Arts Council believes strongly that the arts have a tremendous role to play in developing our quality of life.  And paramount to that is developing programs and partnerships that provide the public with access to artistic experiences.  With Mass Appeal, everyone can do that.”

Anyone wishing to participate in Mass Appeal can visit www.winnipegarts.ca to find out more. 
About the Winnipeg Arts Council: The Winnipeg Arts Council Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation with charitable status, charged by the City of Winnipeg to distribute funding to arts organizations and artists, to manage the City’s Public Art Policy, and to champion the development of the arts for the people of Winnipeg. As a pre-eminent city-building organization, the Winnipeg Arts Council focuses on the quality of life in the city and how arts and culture determine Winnipeg’s reputation as a City of the Arts, nationally and internationally.

City Hall Plaza
Rehearsal 6:00 – 7:00 pm; Concert 7:30 – 8:00 pm
Music Director: Stephen Kiz, Accordion Instructor at Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Art and performer with BMW Dixieland Band.
Rehearsal 6:00 – 7:00 pm; Concert 7:30 – 8:00 pm

Saturday, September 9: Mass Appeal Fiddles
St. Norbert Farmers’ Market
Rehearsal 10:00 – 11:00 am; Concert 11:30 am – 12:00 noon
Music Director: Patti Kusturok, three-time Grand North American fiddle champion, teacher, and performer.

The Cube (Old Market Square)
Rehearsal 6:00 – 7:00 pm; Concert 7:30 – 8:00 pm
Music Director: Todd Martin, Dirty Catfish Brass Band and a regular guest with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.

Oodena Celebration Circle (The Forks)
Rehearsal Noon – 1:00 pm; Concert 1:30 – 2:00 pm
Music Director: Kate Ferris, recording artist, and teacher, Winnipeg Folk Festival Folk School.

*ASL-English Interpretation Provided
The Manitoba Legislature
Rehearsal 6:00- 7:00; Concert 7:30 – 8:00 pm
Music Director: Ben Campbell, music teacher and performer with Winnipeg’s hottest acappella group Those Guys.
For interviews or high-resolution photos, please visit winnipegarts.ca or contact Trish Cooper.

Come and Walk for Run for the Cure -October 1st, 2017

Friday, September 8, 2017

Canadian Association of the Deaf (CAD) announces about International Week of the Deaf'17

(La française suit)

Hello Everyone, 

CAD-ASC announces Campaign Key Messages for International Week of the Deaf 2017: http://bit.ly/2et5KAa

Bonjour á tous, 

ASC-CAD annonce le message clé de la campagne pour la Semaine internationale des Sourds 2017: http://bit.ly/2wwtBqK

Thank you/Merci,
Frank Folino, BA (Hons.)
Canadian Association of the Deaf-Association des Sourds du Canada
251 Bank Street, Suite 606 // 251, rue Bank, bureau 606
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1X3

Canadian Association of the Deaf - Association des Sourds du Canada is a United Nations-accredited NGO to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

L'Association des Sourds du Canada - Canadian Association of the Deaf est une ONG accréditée par la Nations Unies à la Convention de la relative aux droits des personnes handicapées

Special announcement from The Canadian Association of the Deaf (CAD)- Survey on Deaf Canadians in Justice System

(La version française suit.)

Hello Everyone, 


CAD-ASC has received funding from the Federal Department of Justice. The goal of our project is to gather information from D/deaf, deaf-blind, and deaf people who have additional disabilities, about their experiences with the justice system, which includes the police, lawyers, courts, prisons, halfway houses, social workers, and/or parole officers.

CAD-ASC is conducting a survey to gather your stories and experiences so that we can identify the problems with the current system, and to develop strategies that can make the judicial system more accessible.

If you are Deaf/deaf, deaf-blind and deaf people who have additional disabilities; hearing people working in the Canadian judicial system; and Canadian resident who is 18 years or older, we would like to get your feedback!

Here is the information about our project: https://sites.google.com/gallaudet.edu/deafcanadajusticesourd/ with a direct link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/F8T8ZDF
Thank you!

Bonjour á tous, 


Le projet vise à recueillir des expériences vécues par des personnes sourdes, sourdes aveugles et sourdes ayant aussi d’autres incapacités sur leurs expériences avec le système de justice canadien. Ces expériences comprennent des situations vécues avec les corps policiers, les avocats, les tribunaux, les prisons, les maisons de transition, les travailleurs sociaux et les agents de libération conditionnelle. Ce projet est financé par l’ASC-CAD qui a reçu des fonds du ministère fédéral de la Justice.

L'ASC-CAD mène un le sondage pour de rassembler différentes histoires et expériences afin d’identifier les enjeux et les limites du système judiciaire canadien. Ces faits vécus permettront d’améliorer l’offre d’un système judiciaire plus accessible et équitable pour les personnes sourdes.

Si vous êtes personnes sourdes, sourdes aveugles et sourdes ayant également d’autres incapacités; personnes entendantes travaillant dans le système judiciaire canadien et résident canadien qui avoir 18 ans et plus, nous aimerions avoir votre avis!
Voici les informations notre sur le projet: https://sites.google.com/gallaudet.edu/deafcanadajusticesourd/français avec un lien direct à le sondage: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/F8T8ZDF

Merci beaucoup!

Frank Folino, BA (Hons.)
Canadian Association of the Deaf-Association des Sourds du Canada
251 Bank Street, Suite 606 // 251, rue Bank, bureau 606
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1X3

Canadian Association of the Deaf - Association des Sourds du Canada is a United Nations-accredited NGO to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

L'Association des Sourds du Canada - Canadian Association of the Deaf est une ONG accréditée par la Nations Unies à la Convention de la relative aux droits des personnes handicapées

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Job Posting at D.E.A.F Support Services at New Directions for Children, Youth, Adults and Families

Here is ASL Video from Jordan Sangalang from D.E.A.F Support Services at New Directions for Children, Youth, Adults and Families about job posting:

If you have any questions or interested to apply for thjis positions mentioned in the vlog, feel free to email us at D.E.A.F@newdirections.mb.ca

Fundraiser- Show and Save Coupon Book 2017 is available- Interested???

Annika & Aaron Jr Montney would like to inform you that they are now selling Show and Save Coupon book for $20.00. The coupon savings will includes like:

1. McDonald's Restaurant
2. Smitty's
3. Applebee's
4. Manitoba Moose
5. Winnipeg Goldeneye
6. Subway

If you are interested to buy one, please contact my mom- Sheila by email- sheila.montney@gmail.com and make an arrangement to meet for payment. The deadline to purchase the coupon book is by Friday, September 22nd.

For payment- if you want to give a cheque, make sure the payable to "Harold Hatcher School" or meet Sheila to give cash.

Thank you in advance for your support toward my school- Harold Hatcher Elementary School.

Annika & Aaron Jr

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Friday, September 1, 2017

Manitoba Deaf Association (MDA) hosts International Week of the Deaf'17 for September 16th-23rd, 2017

To see more details of each events, go to the tab of the front page of website and look up "International Week of the Deaf 2017". It will shows all different kind of posters for each event. If it has not been posted but will come soon:)

Manitoba Deaf Association is looking for interested to host MDA Christmas Party/Draw this year :)

 Manitoba Deaf Association (MDA)'s Notice:

If any organization or person(s) is interested to be committee or chairperson to host MDA’s Christmas Party / Draw event on either Saturday, December 2 or Saturday, December 16, 2017. The deadline would be September 30, 2017. Please contact Doug Momotiuk, MDA President for more information and details. Thanks, MDA Board