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Francophone & Newcomer Seniors

Francophone Seniors

Conseil des Francophones 55+
The Conseil des Francophones 55+ is a community based non-profit organization. Its mandate is to ensure the accessibility and availability of French language services and support programs for the French speaking population 55 years and up, who live in Winnipeg.

La Federation Des Aines Franco-Manitobains (FAFM)
FAFM represents and protects the interests of francophones aged 55 years and over while contributing to the development of the community. Primary actions are lobbying, communication, promotion and community development.


Newcomer Seniors

A & O: Support Services for Older Adults
The ENTRY program is a 10 week program, held twice a week for newcomers who are 55+ and have not previously attended the program. The program offers settlement and orientation sessions on topics such as healthy living, the law and getting around places in the community.

Immigration Centre Manitoba
The Immigration Centre of Manitoba is a service agency providing a comprehensive range of settlement services including: settlement services, employment services, access English centre, outreach services, nutrition services, volunteer services, citizenship classes, language bank and notary public services.

Jewish Child & Family Services (JCFS)
JCFS provides Jewish newcomers over the age of 65 with social and integration services including English as an Alternate language classes, cultural programming to encourage socializing and becoming familiar with the Jewish community.

Manitoba Interfaith Immigration Council
The Manitoba Interfaith Immigration Council provides the following services to refugee newcomers (government assisted, privately sponsored refugees, and refugee claimants): reception and temporary accommodation, settlement and orientation, sponsorship services, inland refugee claim assistance and support programs through the volunteer department.