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Parent Post Bulletin Board

This page will be updated with new information every week. 

Awards and Contests

  •  –  a onetime award of $750 for students from one of the Indigenous communities listed within the application. Application dates: March 1- July 1.


  • $3,000 bursaries for post-secondary studies in French as a second language

  • - aimes to support and empower black youth and young adults pursing higher education. Apply before the deadline: July 1, 2024

  • Futures Forward 
    • for current or former youth in care in Manitoba (no age or care status restrictions)

  • – Awarded to Jewish high school students who are in need of financial assistance to begin full-time post-secondary education at a University, College or other post-secondary program in Manitoba. Deadline: March 31 of any given year. 

  • A search engine giving students worldwide access to scholarship opportunities.

  • –  - Applications are accepted June 1 - July 15

  • - Three categories of Scholarships will be awarded to: (1) students in Winnipeg, (2) students outside of Winnipeg, and (3) students who are Indigenous. The winning student in each category receives $500. 

  • – Applications are accepted Feb. 1 - March 31 of each calendar year.

  • – an innovative scholarship program for young Canadians (ages 15-29) looking to learn new skills for the modern workforce.

  • – Presented to one male and one female graduating high school hockey player – a $2,500 scholarship to be used towards post-secondary education. 

Sports and Extracurriculars

  • City of Winnipeg 

      • For kids ages 6-10. 

  • – art classes for individuals ages 7-11, 10-12, 12-16, and adults

  • Norberry-Glenlee Community Centre
    • classes are now being offered at NCC. Classes are open to children, youth and adults. 
    • for kids 6-12 from July 2 to August 16

  • – July 15-19 from 12 to 5 p.m. for students in Grades 7-10 at St. Boniface University. Register .

  • Sports Manitoba
    • – season begins May 5 and finishes at the end of June
  • Rink Training Centre

  • – Registration now open!

  • Studio 393's After School Leaders presents
    Free program for high school youth aged 14-21

  • Variety Bike Camp


  • Designed to help adults and youth 15+ manage low mood, mild to moderate depression, anxiety, stress or worry.

  • Resources to support mental health

  • Dial-a-Dietician: a program of the Provincial Health Contact Centre Connect
    Speak to a registered dietician for free – Connect with the Dial-a-Dietician program at 204-788-8248 Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (services available in English and French) or refer to  for further information.

  • in June - A safe space for youth ages 12-29. details.  Activities include: , , , , , 

  • Free access to mental health fact sheets, wellness tips, podcasts, presentations, video series, workshops and courses 

  • National, 24/7, bilingual e-mental health support service for Black youth

  • A free, evidenced-based program for teens and young adults grounded in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness. Proven outcomes for participants include reduced anxiety, increased well-being and mindfulness skills.

  • Youville is offering a FREE group Wednesdays starting October 2, 2024 at HUDDLE South Central (17 St Mary's Road). Please feel free to register now!


  • CancerCare Manitoba 
    • Hold a stand July 19-21 or anytime this summer, anywhere in and around Manitoba. Register your stand online and then head to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation at 825 Sherbrook Street to pick up your free starter kit. Visit  or call 204-784-2777 to learn more and get started today!

  • Dyslexia Champions of Manitoba: .

  • Legislative Assembly of Manitoba
    Free visitor tours are available in both English and French. For more information or to book a tour, visit the 

  • Oxford Learning Winnipeg –