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From Nigeria to Winnipeg: Building a lasting local business

Perseverance pays off for this local entrepreneur

When she emigrated from her native Nigeria to Canada in 1986, Elizabeth Lawal had to overcome adversity and life’s most difficult and unexpected challenges to establish this remarkable business. Related Posts: Make it, grow it, bake it: St. Norbert Farmers’ Market celebrates 30 years One step closer to end homelessness in Winnipeg Urban Circle Training […]

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One step closer to ending homelessness in Winnipeg

One step closer to end homelessness in Winnipeg

It was Winnipeg’s first-ever one-stop-shop event to help connect the city’s homeless population to essential services most of us take for granted, such as proper identification and personal care products. With service providers, volunteers and attendees working together, this event moved one step forward to end homelessness in the city.   Organized by End Homelessness […]

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