DIY Home Repair Course
From January 9 - March 13, 2018
Register today for 10 weeks of hands-on learning from a qualified instructor for only $50.
This extensive course covers both interior and exterior projects, building codes and permits, safety and evaluation.
Also included is a bestselling Home Repair textbook and tools for use in class.
To be eligible, applicants must:
• be homeowners
• live in the BNRC district
• have a household income of no more than:
$71,255 if the household includes children or dependants
$53,441 if the household includes no children or dependants
BNRC zone boundaries:
24th Street in the West, Park Avenue in the South
Franklin Street in the East and Assiniboine River in the North
Collaborative Community Solutions
Neighbourhoods Alive! (NA!) is a long-term, community-based, social and economic development strategy that recognizes that building healthy neighbourhoods requires more than an investment in bricks and mortar.
Neighbourhoods Alive! supports and encourages community-drive revitalization efforts in designated neighbourhoods across Manitoba in a number of key areas, including:
- employment and training
- education and recreation
- safety and crime prevention
- housing and physical improvements
Neighbourhoods Alive! provides community organizations in designated neighbourhoods/communities with the support they need to revitalize their neighbourhoods. Neighbourhoods Alive! recognizes that often the best ideas for neighbourhood revitalization come from the community itself. The aim of Neighbourhoods Alive! is to support community ideas and goals with funding and planning assistance.
Neighbourhoods Alive! works with:
- community groups
- businesses and
- other local organizations
Together, Neighbourhoods Alive! and community partners build on the strengths and experiences of communities, taking into account the distinctive needs, conditions and priorities of individual neighbourhoods.
What are the Neighbourhoods Alive! programs?
Under the coordination of the Neighbourhoods Alive! initiative, organizations can access funding and other resources that support neighbourhood revitalization efforts. These resources include programs targeted to designated Neighbourhoods Alive! neighbourhoods: the Neighbourhood Renewal Fund and Community Initiatives Program.
For more information, visit http://www.gov.mb.ca/imr/mr/bldgcomm/neighbourhoodsalive/index.html