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Henry G. Izatt Middle School news

“In a rapidly changing world, we are a community of learners dedicated to nurturing growth and development through diverse and sustainable opportunities.” Our 4 Pillars of Strategic Focus (HGIs): Humanity We promote belonging, community, global citizenship and a healthy learning

WRCC Winter Carnival 2019

Even though it was a cold Manitoba day, our Winter Carnival was a huge success.Over 200 residents of Whyte Ridge and Linden Ridge braved the -35°C day to enjoy sleigh rides, a marshmallow roast as well as a little snow

Crime Prevention Workshop

Please join us for a very informative CRIME PREVENTION Workshop on February 20th at 7:00 pm, Whyte Ridge Community Centre. Members of the Winnipeg Police Service will present and answer any questions you may have. Councillor Kevin Klein, Chair of the Winnipeg

Soccer registration is only few weeks away

Time to think about spring and outdoor soccer even though we are still in the throes of winter!  Registration for the 2019 outdoor soccer season will open Monday February 25 at 8 pm.  We co-ordinate our registration process with the

Celebrating cultural diversity

Hey Whyte Ridge & Linden Ridge, We’re excited to be organizing an evening to celebrate cultural diversity in our neighbourhood. Our goal is to spark some cultural engagement in our community & experience the various cultures that live alongside each other here

Whyte Ridge Mini-Soccer needs you!

Needed: Convener to help us with the U3/4 (co-ed) league. Whyte Ridge Mini-Soccer is run completely by volunteers – from the directors, to the coaches and equipment managers. Convening is a great role to have within this dedicated group. It

Your child’s success starts with you.

Your child’s success starts with you.Well, this is kind of obvious. Although the focus in this small article is on sports, parents do indeed have a huge impact on their child’s future. When our children are actively engaged in recreational

Garbage dumping

The Community Centre would like to remind everyone that the garbage and recycling bins at the Centre are for Community Centre use only.  Please do not throw your garbage and recycling in the bins. Your cooperation would be highly appreciated.

Accessible Fitness Park Coming to WRCC in Spring 2019

Next spring you will see a new outdoor fitness park installed at our community centre. We believe it will be the first of its kind in Canada, combining professional grade calisthenics equipment designed with accessibility features! The equipment will be

President’s Message

Your community newsletter only comes out quarterly, but it’s amazing how quickly that seems to happen.  I’ve reached out to the Community many times in the past regarding volunteering and to discuss security issues surrounding the club, however, what we’re