Working Together

Partnerships are essential to ensure the success of the program as we meet the growing demand.  We respectfully acknowledge the partnerships that created and continue to support the North End Hockey Program.

·         General Council of Winnipeg Community Centres (GCWCC)

·         Hockey Winnipeg

·         Seven Oaks Minor Hockey Association (SOMHA)

·         Norquay Community Centre

·         Manitoba Aboriginal Sports and Recreation Council (MASRC)

·         Ndinawemaaganag Endaawaad Inc.

·         North End Community Renewal Corporation

·         Winnipeg Police Services

The Manitoba Aboriginal Sport & Recreation Council (MASRC)
is a non-profit organization that was established in 1994. They are committed to impacting the lives of Aboriginal people in Manitoba by providing opportunities to participate in sporting and recreational activities, while fostering and encouraging cultural awareness. By providing these opportunities, the capacity of the Aboriginal community itself, to offer and deliver sport and recreational programs is increased. The MASRC partners with community based local groups, as well as regional, national and international organizations. In 2011 the MASRC formally took over the Kidsport equipment warehouse from Sport Manitoba (KidSport MB). They are now able to provide gently used and new sports equipment to many hundreds of low income families each year. The MASRC’s service area encompasses all of Manitoba, including 63 First Nation, 50 Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Communities, 561 Manitoba Métis Federation Locals and 4 urban areas including the Cities of Winnipeg, Brandon, Thompson and Selkirk.

Ndinawemaaganag Endaawaad Inc.
provides a wide range of services including shelter, recreation, education and support since 1993. The programs and services of Ndinawe have been developed according to traditional philosophy, providing urban Aboriginal youth culturally appropriate support and resources aimed at improving the cultural, social, economic and personal prospects of urban Aboriginal youth.”

The North End Community Renewal Corp. (NECRC)
is committed to the social, economic and cultural renewal of the North End of Winnipeg. NECRC defines its development goals through annual consultations and ongoing networking with North End residents and businesses. The corporation works with community committees to plan and implement development strategies in its goal to revitalize the North End.

The Winnipeg Police Service School Resource Officers (SROs)
work at 15 Winnipeg School Division schools thanks to a project called the North End School Resource Officer Partnership Initiative. The officers build relationship with students, school staff, parents/guardians and the surrounding community and serve as role models, mentors and are a presence in and around the schools