Tag: National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Orange Shirt Day

How the Orange Shirt Day movement impacts everyone, every day

Orange Shirt Day is held annually on September 30th to honour survivors of residential schools. This meaningful and significant movement started in 2013 to recognize the month in which Indigenous children were removed from their parents.

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Renting vs. owning: Can you afford to buy a house?

Owning a home seems to be an increasingly distant dream for many young Canadians. A recent survey found that 80% of 18 to 28-year-old urban dwellers were worried they wouldn’t…

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discussing finances
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How to openly and honestly talk about money with family and friends

If you’re like many people, you may have an aversion to discussing finances. Discussing one’s personal finances is taboo for lots of people. Even just thinking about it can be…

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Recognition Counts program

ACU celebrates 10 years of Recognition Counts

In 2012, international immigration in Manitoba dipped from the year prior—the first decline in a decade. One local settlement organization warned the drop could dent Manitoba’s labour supply and have…

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