There are many Manitoba government departments and provincial organizations who have web sites. This section of the Seniors Resource Network will provide links to those sites.
Note: When you click on a link you will open a new browser window, close it when you wish to return.
Alzheimer Society Manitoba
Founded almost 30 years ago, the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba exists to alleviate the individual, family and social consequences of Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders while supporting the search for a cure. Alzheimer Society Manitoba
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD)
WEAAD involves activities to bring greater recognition of mistreatment of older adults wherever they live throughout the world, and to highlight the need for appropriate action. WEAAD Manitoba
The Manitoba Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse
The Manitoba Network for the Prevention of Abuse of Older Adults (MNPAOA) is a partnership of Manitoba-based organizations.The Manitoba Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse
Age Friendly Manitoba
Welcome to the Age-Friendly Manitoba Initiative website which is our network for the communities that are part of the Age-Friendly Initiative.Age Friendly Manitoba
Province of Manitoba Home Page
The Home Page of the Manitoban Government. Unfortunately, they use “microtype” (very small fonts), but its all there! From Agriculture through Speeches; Travel & Immigration, Business, Living and working in Manitoba. Province of Manitoba Home Page
Centre on Aging
Located at the University of Manitoba with a mandate to serve as a focal point for the conduct of research on aging. The Centre has developed a national and international reputation for research excellence. Visit the Centre on Aging
Contact Community Information
Since 1978, CONTACT has provided one of the most comprehensive listings of community resources in Manitoba to many voluntary sector organizations including governments; individuals; private sector and community organizations. Visit the Contact Community Information
Directory of Manitoba Legislative Assembly
has e-mail addresses and contact info for all members. Visit the Directory of Manitoba Legislative Assembly
Friendship Force Manitoba
The Friendship Force, originated by Wayne Smith and President and Mrs. Jimmy Carter in 1977, brings people of the world together through homestay exchanges creating unforgettable experiences that build lasting bonds of friendship. Visit the Friendship Force Manitoba
Latest news, Programs and Services, Publications, Regional Health Authorities and Featured Sites. Visit Manitoba Health
Manitoba Seniors and Healthy Aging Secretariat
The Seniors and Healthy Aging Secretariat (formerly the Seniors Directorate) acts as a central point of contact for seniors, their family members and organizations. Staff also work to ensure government policies, programs and legislation reflect the needs of seniors. Copies of its publications, valuable links to other seniors’ websites and information on how to contact the Secretariat. Visit the Manitoba Seniors and Healthy Aging Secretariat
Highway conditions. Visit Manitoba Transportation
Recreation Connections Manitoba
Recreation Connections Manitoba is a non-profit membership based association that provides a voice and leadership in shaping the future of recreation in Manitoba. Visit Recreation Connections Manitoba
Our mission is to support groups and individuals in the voluntary sector to develop and enhance their capacity to anticipate, understand, celebrate, and meet community needs in Manitoba.Visit Volunteer Manitoba
The Manitoba Government created Neighbourhoods Alive! to provide community organizations in designated neighbourhoods with the support they need to rebuild these neighbourhoods. Neighbourhoods Alive! recognizes that often the best ideas for neighbourhood revitalization come from the community itself. The aim of Neighbourhoods Alive! is to support these ideas and goals with funding and planning assistance. Visit Neighbourhoods Alive!
The Manitoba Network for the Prevention of Abuse of Older Adults MNPAOA is a partnership of Manitoba-based organizations. The Network’s goals are: to act as a central point of contact for provincial efforts, to support regional and community initiatives to prevent abuse of older adults and to raise public awareness of elder abuse throughout the province.
Manitoba Network for the Prevention of Abuse of Older Adults