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  • November Money Stories Workshops

    Posted September 24th 2021

    Register for SEED’s Money Stories online money management training!

    • For Indigenous youth ages 15-30
    • 8 one-hour sessions.
    • November 1- November 24
    • Monday and Wednesday evenings
    • 5:30-6:30 p.m.

    Must have a device that can connect to the internet so you can participate in the workshops via Zoom.

    A certificate is provided upon completion of the program, and Money Stories graduates will also be eligible to participate in SEED’s Junior Facilitator program.

    Contact 204-927-9935 or to register.

    SEED Winnipeg’s Money Stories is a customized money management training program for Indigenous youth. The program has eight chapters. Topics covered include Money, My Community & Me, Building Assets, Goal Setting & Problem Solving, Gathering Information, Budgeting, Banking, and Credit.

  • Online Workshop - CRB, EI & EIA Benefits: Changes Coming This Fall

    Posted September 18th 2021

    Join SEED Winnipeg and Community Unemployed Help Centre for an online workshop on what you need to know about upcoming changes to the Canada Response Benefit, Employment Insurance, and Employment and Income Assistance.

    When: Thursday, September 23, 2021
    Time: 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.

    Workshop participants will have a chance to ask questions.

    Community members and service providers welcome.

    Register online at×72rjHM2JXs2

    Call or text the Community Financial Helpline at 431-813-4357 if you have any questions or require assistance registering.

  • October Recognition Counts Webinars

    Posted September 16th 2021

    If you are an internationally-trained professional and plan to work in the same, similar, or alternative profession in Manitoba, you’ll want to register for one of SEED’s Recognition Counts webinars in October.

    The webinars will explain Recognition Counts loans for skilled immigrants, showcase newcomers who have been successful in getting back to their careers, share valuable resources on Canadian workplace culture and integration, and provide tips to achieve financial stability as a skilled newcomer.

    To register, click on the link below for the session you would like to attend:

    October 5, 2021 – 2:30-4:00 pm:

    October 19, 2021 – 6:00-7:30 pm:

  • 2020-2021 Annual Report

    Posted September 14th 2021

    SEED’s 2020-2021 Annual Report is now available. The report shares stories from the community that highlight the impact of SEED and its partners.

  • Zhooniyaa Dbaajimowin - SEED is recruiting first language speakers for Money Stories

    Posted September 3rd 2021

    SEED is looking for Indigenous first language speakers interested in taking FREE money management training sessions in Cree, Oji-Cree, or Ojibwe. For more information visit