To keep our community safe, our program spaces and offices at Merchants Corner and 419 Selkirk Avenue will remain closed until further notice. All daily Pathways to Education programs and tutoring will be online via Zoom. Students and Parents can request in-person meetings with their Student Parent Support Workers (SPSW) or a tutor, if needed. …

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Effective November 2, 2020, in response to Winnipeg moving into Critical Level – Code Red of the Pandemic Response, our program spaces and offices at Merchants Corner and 419 Selkirk Avenue will be closed until November 16. All Pathways to Education programs and tutoring will be online via Zoom. Students, parents, and families can contact …

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CEDA is happy to announce to our community and partners that our organization has returned to a Co-Directorship model: Tom Simms, Co-Director of Development, will lead all external matters related to partnerships and community projects as laid out in the CEDA strategic plan; Jordan Bighorn, Co-Director of Operations, will lead all internal matters including general oversight of the Pathways …

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In this challenging time, we are committed to our work in the community while doing our best to follow the direction of the Government of Manitoba to ensure the health and safety of the community and staff. We are also following decisions made by the Winnipeg School Division to support our student education plans. Because …

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September 2019 marked the 40th anniversary of the Community Education Development Association. Past and present CEDA staff, alumni, community partners, and funders came together to celebrate the strength of our diverse community and our deep community roots, to share our current projects and initiatives, and to reflect on the future of our organization. CEDA Pathways …

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