Meet our partners:
A huge thank you to this year’s contest partners that will help spread the word about our contest.
Your support is invaluable to the success of this initiative and to the entrepreneurs themselves!
The North Saskatchewan Independent Living Centre is a non-profit, charitable, community based corporation.
NSILC started in 1991 and is one of the 27 such centres across Canada that promotes the independence of people with disabilities.
The CDEM is the driving force behind economic development in Manitoba's bilingual communities since 1996.
Their mission: stimulate, encourage, support and coordinate economic development in the communities that belong to the Association of Manitoba Bilingual Municipalities (AMBM).
Deaf Canada focuses on bridging and strengthening ties between Deaf communities across Canada by hosting as a portal to media such as news and events.
Established in 1968, the Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres (SARC) is a non-profit association representing community-based organizations that provide residential, developmental, and employment supports/services to thousands of individuals with disabilities. SARC Members are located in every corner of this province and employ more than 2,000 people.
SARC provides a variety of supports to its Members so that they can provide a quality service to persons with disabilities.
We believe that a strong and healthy community is one in which Canadians feel supported, empowered, valued, and heard.
Our values embrace the seven sacred teachings: Love, Respect, Courage, Honesty, Wisdom, Humility and Truth.
Manitoba Arts Network is a non-profit, charitable arts programming organization, showcasing and advancing arts and culture in all regions of Manitoba. The Network is dedicated to connecting Manitoba's communities by celebrating and sharing the arts.
ACI Manitoba is The Arts and Cultural Industries Association of Manitoba. We are a not for profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts and cultural industries of Manitoba and helping to develop sustainable careers for those working in arts and culture.
The WTCA represents more than 300 WTCs in nearly 100 countries.
Our goals are to collect and share surplus food with people who are hungry and to offer training opportunities to help people step up and out of poverty.
Coffee News originated in 1988 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
The Praxis School of Entrepreneurship is a private post-secondary training institute dedicated to helping individuals develop their entrepreneurial management skills and launch their companies. Our business is helping you start your own business and we LOVE IT!
We are dedicated to providing programs and services to people experiencing disability in Saskatchewan.
We will support Saskatchewan residents with disabilities with social policy research and consultation, public education programs, information and referral services.
We foster the personal involvement of people with disabilities in the removal of personal and physical barriers to full and equal participation in the community.
We connect with Indigenous People with disabilities to improve access to service and quality of life, both on and off the reserve.
We collaborate with coalitions of disabled groups to submit disability issues to federal government parliamentary committees and task forces.
We design income support programs, educational and training strategies along with the provincial government and other agencies.
We ensure inclusion of persons with disabilities under the Saskatchewan Human Rights Act and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
We research abuse of people with disabilities and their rights to access independent living programs and services.
We assist with navigating “systems” for individuals and families.
The Dauphin & District Chamber of Commerce works to provide strong & effective leadership in achieving our vision through the pillars of: Community, Membership, and Education.