People First of Canada

120 Maryland Street, Suite 5
Winnipeg, MB R3G 1L1
Ph: (204) 784-7362
Fx: (204) 784-7364

Independent Living Resource Centre – Winnipeg

311A-393 Portage Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3B 3H6
Ph: (204) 947-0194
TF: 1-800-663-3043
Ph: (204) 943-6625

Council of Canadians with Disabilities

926-294 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3C 0B9
Ph: 204-947-0303
Fx: 204-942-4625

WCB Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba

333 Broadway
Winnipeg, MB R3C 4W3
Ph: 204-954-4321
Toll free within Canada and the United States: 1-855-954-4321

Disabled Women’s Network Canada (DAWN)

PO Box 22003
Brandon, MB
Ph: (204) 726-1406

Injured Workers Association of Manitoba

734 Polson Ave.
Winnipeg, MB
Ph: (204) 586-8183

2 thoughts on “Manitoba

  1. I’m disabled since 2003,getting cpp and workers comp,deemed capable of earning minimum wage. I got opportunity for a job had to get class 1,Woo hoow I did it,barely can walk but did it, call the company,no job. So I decided to apply at other places, application says have you ever had a work related injury,wcb and what have you done last 10 yrs. Ah yeah so I right it down and I have an interview,she said you a presently on wcb,red light,never even returned call.So I ask cpp worker what do I do about injury (cpp workers comp) on applications,simple they say don’t divulge any information you don’t have to. Wcb claims Manager says that’s easy privacy act,she can’t tell anyone I am on wcb,really.I am probably going to get cut of now.

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