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Executive Director

Trees Winnipeg (Save the Elms Manitoba Coalition Inc) is a not-for-profit charity dedicated to promoting the
benefits and concerns of treesin Winnipeg’s urban areas, focusing on tree diversity and care. We are responsible
for overseeing and coordinating the Million Tree Challenge, the ReLeaf Program , the Heritage Tree Program,
Ask an Arbourist, Arbour Day celebrations, as well as other initiatives. Trees Winnipeg is made up of one
employee and 1 to 2 staff or contractors, and a volunteer board of directors and advisors. Our expertise is as

$55,000 - $65,000 (depending on experience)
20 Apr 2022

Administrative Assistant

BUILD is an award-winning social enterprise and training program that employs individuals with multiple employment barriers, preparing them for long-term meaningful careers in the trades. As an Indigenous non-profit organization, BUILD provides an innovative approach to social change.


The Administrative Assistant is BUILD’s primary point of contact, managing the front desk daily. This includes serving visitors and callers by greeting, welcoming, and directing them appropriately, as well as performing a variety of administrative and clerical duties.

15 Apr 2022

Interim Executive Director

Spence Neighbourhood Association is looking to hire an Interim Executive Director. The Executive Director works with the members of Spence Neighbourhood to revitalize and renew the community. The Executive Director is responsible to the Board of Directors and for the overall management of the Spence Neighbourhood Association. This is a 18 month term position (May 2022-October 2023) with the possibility of extension or revisioning at the term's conclusion. Please note, limited travel may be required.

$28-$30 per hour on a bi-weekly schedule with hours paid as worked.
14 Apr 2022

Just Transitions: Reimagining Social Movement Solidarities through and beyond Crises

CASC Conference posterCanadian Association for Studies in Co-operation 2022 Conference

Congress 2022 turns our attention to transitions, to the impact of a global pandemic that has taken so many lives and exposed and exacerbated inequities within and across nations—and the structural and systemic factors that produce and reproduce them. If the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted a world we thought we knew, it has also caused rethinking of values and priorities, posing challenging questions about what recovery will look like—and for whom. The pandemic has underlined intersecting forms of oppression and highlighted remarkable resilience and capacities among peoples determined to build back better, marching in solidarity and making sure that there will be “Nothing about us without us.” Social movements are leading the way to socio-economic, ecological, cultural, and racial justice promoting circular, caring, and solidarity economies. They should not be mistaken for, far less dismissed as, angry versions of populism. They are rather coalitions of creativity, caring, and concern.

Whether it is flooding, droughts, or wildfires, growing food insecurity, aggravated income gaps, growing gig economy, systemic racism and sexism, worsening housing precarity, social movement energies, creativity, and coalition have never been more needed. The co-operative movement has historically brought together diverse groups to meet their economic, social, and cultural needs and aspirations, but we are also learning to be more vigilant in decentring whiteness. In the current crisis, this conference will discuss how the co-operative movement can engage in ethical alliances that do not elide difference but value diversity as collective empowerment to advance just transitions and a just recovery for all.

Keynote speakers:

  • Christine Clarke, Freedom Dreams Co-op
  • John Restaskis, Co-operative Institute

Find out more and register


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