Our Stories


Walk for Human Rights on Saturday, February 4

February 1, 2017

16427674_1843634412551103_3908393507748967110_n

Everyone deserves to be treated with respect and dignity and participate fully in our communities. That includes the 200,000 Manitobans with disabilities. We hope to see you at Saturday’s Walk for Human Rights at The Forks.
Mayor Brian Bowman and The City of Winnipeg are inviting everyone to meet at the Plaza, by the Johnson Terminal/canopy area at noon. From there everyone will walk around the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and finish back at The Forks.

More News

February 1, 2024

St.Amant wishes a happy retirement to long-term and honourable employee


After 31 years of outstanding service, Todd MacDonald, Senior Manager from Health and Transition Services, announced his retirement at the end of 2023.  Todd joined St.Amant as a Resident Care Coordinator in 1993 and has held several roles for over three decades.  “I went through four unique roles, and I deeply enjoyed each one of […]

October 25, 2023

Inclusion Story at River Road Child Care


Many of our older children move onto kindergarten in beginning of September, we always wish them well and hope that their time with us has provided them the skills needed to be successful in kindergarten. The other day as I was greeting a parent who has a child going kindergarten, I asked how they were […]