The 2016-2017 Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges (BBBB) is a program that brings students from inner-city schools and from suburban schools together to explore issues of oppression and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action. The 2018 BBBB Program will be starting in early in the New Year. Stay tuned for more updates on this …

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The Newcomer Education Coalition, in collaboration with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, sponsored a research project called “Being Involved in Uninvolved Contexts: Refugee Parent Involvement in Children’s Education” focused on the experiences of parents from refugee and war-affected backgrounds with their children’s schools. The results of this research have shown that additional supports of families …

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One of the most important pillars of the CEDA Pathways to Education program is Mentorship. Not only do we encourage students to learn and grow from the leadership of family, staff, and community members, we also encourage them to learn from one another. Our Peer Helper program has been a successful example of this peer …

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In January 2018, CEDA is moving to the new Merchants Corner at 541 Selkirk Avenue! Starting after the upcoming winter break, all CEDA offices and programming will be held at this brand-new building located on Selkirk Avenue at Andrews Street. This beautiful new space is going to be shared with the University of Winnipeg’s Urban …

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We’ve partnered with the talented team at Vincent Design to create a new CEDA website that is easy to navigate and filled with stories from our programs and communities. To view information about a certain program, click your program of choice on the home page. Each program page will be regularly updated with news, calendars, …

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