The following Internet web sites have been helpful for many of our clients. If you come across other sites which you find helpful, please let us know and we may include them here.

Job Bank

The Job Bank is an electronic listing of jobs providing employers from everywhere across Canada.

Bonded Health & Mobility

Providing mobility aids and home medical supplies to Manitoba, Ontario and Saskatchewan.

Council of Canadians with Disabilities

The Council of Canadians with Disabilities advocates at the federal level to improve the lives of men and women with disabilities in Canada, by eliminating inequality and discrimination. Our members include national, regional and local advocacy organizations that are controlled by persons with disabilities.

Manitoba League of Persons with Disabilities

The MLPD is a united voice of people with disabilities, and their supporters, that promotes equal rights, full participation in society, and facilitates positive change through advocacy and public education.

Honourable Christine Melnick

Minister of Family Services and Housing, Minister responsible for Persons with Disabilities.

North Red Community Futures Development Corporation

The role of the North Red CFDC is to assist the region to grow in a sustainable manner through the provision of community based programs, and financial services to residents, entrepreneurs and community organizations in Selkirk, St. Andrews & St. Clements. We network with other agencies for betterment of the region.

Lord Selkirk Continuing Education provides course promotion opportunities, and full-service interactive brochures for school division continuing education programs, adult education organizations, children's groups, and private course providers of all sizes.

Employment Equity Act

The purpose of this Act is to achieve equality in the workplace so that no person shall be denied employment opportunities or benefits for reasons unrelated to ability and, in the fulfillment of that goal, to correct the conditions of disadvantage in employment experienced by women, aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities by giving effect to the principle that employment equity means more than treating persons in the same way but also requires special measures and the accommodation of differences.

Selkirk Journal

Local newspaper online. Click on "Classifieds" and then "General Help" or "Business Opportunities" to view employment opportunities. From here you can also link to The Review, The Interlake Spectator, The Lac du Bonnet Leader and The Stonewall Argus.

Search jobs listed in the Winnipeg Free Press. Jobs are posted online through


Province of Manitoba

Interact directly with your Manitoba government through a variety of e-services and downloadable forms. These online services allow you to do business with government at your convenience.

Human Resources and Social Development Canada

The Department of Social Development (SD) is mandated with helping to secure and strengthen Canada’s social foundation. We do this by helping families with children, supporting people with disabilities and ensuring that seniors can fully participate in their communities. We provide the policies, services and programs for Canadians who need assistance in overcoming challenges they encounter in their lives and their communities. This includes income security programs, such as the Canada Pension Plan. We are a client-centred organization, committed to continually improving service delivery for Canadians.