The Story

Follow along as we work towards systems change and help create better outcomes for kids in our community.

Favourite Moments of 2019

January 06, 2020

It’s time for our annual tradition of recapping our favourite moments of the past year! It’s hard to believe that six years have passed since The Winnipeg Boldness Project began. It seems like just yesterday we were asking ourselves “… what the heck is a social lab?!” We have accomplished a lot over the years, […]

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Guest Contributor – Katherine Rempel (RRC Student Practicum)

December 17, 2019

My practicum at The Winnipeg Boldness Project was an amazing experience that provided multiple opportunities for practical use of my skills learned in the community development program at Red River College. I spent most of my time researching and learning about topics such as the Province of Manitoba’s Early Childhood Indicator (EDI) and the North […]

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Supports for Dads Video

October 16, 2019

Recently we shared a new video entitled ’Supporting Dads in the North End’ and we wanted to share a bit about why we made the film and how the process went. It was one of our most time consuming video shoots to date, but it was also one of the most rewarding and impactful as […]

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North End Wellbeing Measure – Results Survey

May 29, 2019

We recognized early on in the project that there was a lack of community-based evaluation tools to be utilized when researching early childhood development in the North End. We talked a lot about the concept of wellbeing and health, but we wondered what the word wellbeing actually meant and how that definition would differ depending […]

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Guest Contributor: Lee Spence – Supports for Dads Update

May 08, 2019

One of the activity areas that we’re currently developing further is the Supports for Dads prototype, which was created with the goal of responding to a gap in services for a particular demographic of men who are experiencing significant barriers. Our society’s social policies have been formed in a way that has not prioritized family […]

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