News & Press

  • Remembering Gilbert Dion

    Posted April 15th 2019

    Gilbert Dion, SEED’s Manager of Business Development Services, passed away at the Riverview Health Centre on Wednesday, April 10, 2019.
    The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, April 16th at 10:30 a.m. at the St. Claude Roman Catholic Church in the community of St. Claude.
    SEED’s staff and Board would like to express our heartfelt sympathy to Gilbert’s family and friends during this difficult time. He was very much loved and respected by his colleagues at SEED. We remember his advocacy for the most vulnerable among us, his uncompromising integrity and his wonderful sense of humour. He will be missed.

  • Administrative Coordinator Job Posting - Submission Deadline July 5th, 2019

    Posted June 13th 2019

    Our programs are growing again! As a community economic development organization, SEED is a diverse workplace looking for people to help further develop innovative and responsive programming. We value candidates having experiences living on a low level of income and working with inner-city communities. We’re hiring for the following position:

    ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR, Operations
    Full Time – 1 Year Term with the prospect of extension

  • Women Entrepreneurship Strategy Funding Announcement

    Posted June 11th 2019

    SEED Winnipeg is one of 15 organizations in Manitoba to be chosen for the Government of Canada’s Women Entrepreneurship Strategy (WES)!

  • Junior Facilitator Job Posting

    Posted June 3rd 2019

    SEED Winnipeg is currently looking for 8 summer Junior Facilitators who have completed the Money Stories Program.

    Deadline to apply is Friday, June 14th at 4:30 PM.

    Please see link below for full posting.

  • The Accessibility for Manitobans Act

    Posted November 1st 2018

    The Accessibility Standard for Customer Service came into effect for businesses, non-profits and smaller municipalities today, Nov. 1, 2018.

    SEED Winnipeg is committed to working toward an inclusive society. SEED has developed this Accessibility Plan to document how we will work to identify, remove and prevent barriers – following the process outlined by The Accessibility for Manitobans Act. SEED believes that eliminating barriers to accessibility benefits everyone.