The Story

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

Building Up A Community, In More Ways Than One

October 08, 2020

Having to choose between paying rent, purchasing groceries or heating your home should not be a situation faced on a regular basis. However, in Winnipeg’s North End community, this is an unfortunate reality that too many experience.   Back in 2005, there was a natural gas spike, which substantially increased the price for how we […]

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Say Hello to Taylor Wilson– the newest addition to the Boldness team!

September 23, 2020

Graduating high school at the age of 16-years-old describes Taylor Wilson’s personality to a T. She is a determined, independent and accomplished woman who is always looking to take on new challenges.   With an extensive educational background that highlights her exceptional skills and work ethic, Taylor skipped grade 8 and graduated high school a year […]

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Meet our new Communications Manager- Sheyanne Bruyere

September 15, 2020

  I’ve experienced an earthquake I’ve been in a hot-air balloon I’ve been stung by a jellyfish   Before I let you know which statement is the lie, here’s a bit of background info about myself to further build on the anticipation that I know is building.   Winnipeg has always been my home and […]

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COVID-19 Community Profile – Winnipeg Foundation Book Donation

August 24, 2020

Through a collaboration with The Winnipeg Foundation and donor Janet Simpson, The Winnipeg Boldness Project was able to purchase children’s books from various Indigenous authors to donate to the community. Granny’s House—a program created by the organizational collective Gwekaanimad and acts as a safe place for parents to bring their children when they need temporary […]

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