Creating a sense of belonging is the goal of Manitoba’s welcoming communities. Find out how settlement service provider organizations, faith-based and ethnocultural organizations, community centres and other groups help newcomers adjust to Manitoba life with services that extend beyond just saying “welcome”!
- Manitoba has some of the most active Immigrant Serving Organizations in the country, offering support to all newcomers.
- To date, the Manitoba Association of Newcomer Serving Organizations (MANSO) has 67 members who provide settlement and integration services.
- Community centres in Manitoba offer an array of events and classes that promote healthy and strong communities
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