Drop-In Workshops

Practise English while covering settlement topics

Our virtual drop-in workshops contain valuable information on settlement topics, e.g. make an appointment with a financial advisor to open a tax-free savings account. Registered EO learners can “drop-in” to these workshops anytime!

Each workshop has both online learning materials and a live online event.

Learning Materials

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You can work through the learning materials ahead of time to prepare for the live presentation, or work through the materials any time after the event is over to add to your knowledge on the subject. Below you can select a workshop to see the learning materials for upcoming or archived topics.

Live Events

To attend the associated live events, you must login to this site. The “Upcoming” section below shows workshops that have a live event scheduled in the near future. The learning materials will show the dates and times of the live event and link to it. When it is time for the event, click the link and join the workshop! You can also view the Drop-in Workshops calendar to see all the live workshop dates.

Upcoming Workshops

Archived Workshops by Theme

About Canada

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These workshops provide an introduction to life in Canada.

Digital Skills Workshops

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At English Online Inc. you are entering an online learning community.  As a participant in our digital neighbourhood you will… Read more »


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Are you or your child involved in the education system in Manitoba? This course contains workshops designed for students of… Read more »

Employment Workshops

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This is a series of workshops related to career planning and employment in Manitoba.

Health Workshops

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This is a series of workshops related to health. Workshops 1 is geared towards CLB 3-4. Workshop 2 is geared… Read more »

Language circles

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Language circles are  weekly 1 hour sessions to practice English language skills on topics related to everyday life of a… Read more »

Law and Justice Workshops

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Want to learn more about the legal system in Canada? This series of workshops will discuss a variety of topics… Read more »

Living in Manitoba

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New to Manitoba? In this course, you will learn about different aspects of settling and living in this province.

Lunch & Learn: Language Tip of the Week

These are short 30-minute Skype sessions to discuss the language tip of the week. Join us online over lunch to… Read more »

Money and Finances Workshops

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Want to learn more about how to go about money in Canada? This series of workshops will discuss a variety… Read more »


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In this course, you will learn about different means of transportation in Manitoba. Getting around the city, commuting to work… Read more »

Individual Archived Workshops

“Could”, “should” or “would?”

“I think they could help you.” “Don’t you think they should help your friends?” “I would help you if I… Read more »

Adverbial phrases

Attend this lunch and learn to learn about adverb phrases.

Language Circle: I Refuse To Act My Age

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Language Circle: This Is Pretty Deluxe

When “t” sounds like “sh”

We know that very often words in English are not pronounced the way they are spelt. Come to this Lunch… Read more »

P and B sounds in English

Let’s meet and learn the difference between “P” and “B” sounds in English.

Parts of a paragraph!

In this Lunch and Learn workshop, we will discuss brainstorming and how it can help us write a better paragraph!

Language Circle: Water On The Enoch Reserve

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When to use “since” and “for”

Attend this lunch and learn to learn more about when and how to use “for” and “since.”

During the interview: making small talk

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Are you always nervous during your job interviews? Are you not sure about what is appropriate “small talk” for a… Read more »

Supports for Manitoba families

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All families need support at one time another. In this workshop we will investigate some of the supports available to… Read more »

“Going to” or “will?’

Is there a difference between these two sentences? “Look at those clouds! I think it will rain later on.” “We… Read more »

Activities Index

For a full list of all learning options and activity titles, see our Activities Index page.