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27 November 2019
Author: Jyothi Venkatesh
In his thought provoking article ‘Put down the self-help books, resilience is not a DIY’, Michael Ungari debunks the popular perception that resilience can be self- taught. Through practical examples, he shows how resilience depends more on what is around an individual than within an individual. Nowhere is this more evident than when helping marginalized people living on low income become financially resilient.
27 November 2019
Author: Katherine Roy
Douglas recently became the primary caregiver for his two boys, aged 11 and 14-years-old. Very quickly, Douglas knew that caring for two busy kids would mean looking at his finances in a different way. He wanted support with his taxes, and he had questions about saving for his sons. With all of this on his mind, Douglas googled ‘tax help’ and when he saw West Neighbourhood House pop-up in his search, he was quick to reach out.

25 September 2019
Author: Wendy Abbott-Serroul
Understanding finances and developing good money habits can be a daunting task for many young people. The good news is that with proper guidance and a solid support system, youth can take charge of their financial situation and develop a sound foundation to carry them through adulthood.
1 August 2019
Author: Wendy Abbott-Serroul
Collaboration literally means co-laboring or working together. It is truly the essence of teamwork when people come together to accomplish a common goal. 
29 May 2019
Author: Wendy Abbott-Serroul
After graduating as a mature student this past year Sheena* began to give serious thought to her financial and professional future. Sheena reached out to SEED Winnipeg after discovering SEED had been helping her sister file taxes for several years
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