|-The River East Neighbourhood Network (RENN)-|
The River East Neighbourhood Network is a coalition of residents, service providers, schools and businesses who live and or work in the River East Community of Winnipeg.
|Notice of Annual General Meeting
Tuesday, June 4th 2013
Access River East, 975 Henderson Hwy, Room 107: 6:00 pm. Mr. Reeh Taylor from Winnipeg Crime Stoppers will give a presentation.
For more information about RENN or to learn more about how to get involved contact (204)938-5040.
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|River East Neighbourhood Network-Trail Committee (RENN-TC),
Northeast Pioneers Greenway (NPG)|
The River East Neighbourhood Network-Trail Committee, is a grassroots group working with the community, city and province to develop the Northeast Pioneers Greenway (NPG).
The Northeast Pioneers Greenway (NPG) officially opened September 27th 2007. and provides an Active Transportation (A/T) route in the north-east quadrant of Winnipeg.
To learn more about the Northeast Pioneers Greenway (NPG), click on the RENN-TC, Northeast Pioneers Greenway link in the sidebar above.
|What is the role of RENN?|
To establish links with community and agency groups, and to assist in addressing community concerns and in implementing community development initiatives.
Why attend the meeting?
- Find out how you can help implement positive changes in your community.
- Network with other organizations, and meet others who are committed in helping the community develop and initiate positive changes.
How can you become involved?
RENN depends on your support, participation, ideas and concerns. For example, if you have concerns or ideas relating to community programs in your neighbourhood, or want to be involved in planning walking paths come out to a RENN meeting. RENN values your input. More people working together means more ideas and more positive results in less time.
The Newcomers Guide
Check out The Newcomers Guide to Services and Programs in River East. The Guide was developed by the RENN Cultural Diversity Committee as a means to assist newcomers to Winnipeg and Canada with a listing of services and programs in an easy to read and understand format. The guide is further meant to help newcomers to the community transition more smoothly to life in Canada and in River East.
To access the Guide, click on the link below:
|Download the Newcomers Guide|
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