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We Have Boots To Fill

Anishnabeg Outreach has some boots to fill! Are you looking for construction work? Need safety footwear? Feeling an economic crunch. Are you choosing between food and investing in your work clothes? We can help. If money is tight, then AO might just have what you are looking for to ensure you have the safety equipment and clothing you need to get the construction, manufacturing, or skilled trades job you want. We have a wide variety of sizes of new and gently used safety boots, and to choose from ready and waiting to be fitted and taken home.
Anishnabeg | 29/10/2018

AO Welcome’s Katherine Bergman to our Board of Directors!

Anishnabeg Outreach (AO) is enthusiastic about expanding our expertise on our board. We are pleased to welcome Katherine Bergman as our newest board member and we are trilled about her future contributions. She has an extensive leadership track record that will undoubtedly contribute to AO governance and oversight in very positive ways.
Anishnabeg | 26/10/2018
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Kitchener's first Indigenous drop-in centre finds home in former church

A former Lutheran church in Kitchener will become the home for a new Indigenous drop-in centre. Stephen Jackson, executive director of Anishnabeg Outreach, said the former St. Phillips Lutheran Church at 236 Woodhaven Rd., is an ideal location for the centre. "This is such an incredible space," Jackson said. "When you think of Indigenous organizations or Indigenous community, they often get the worst of the worst. In this particular instance, I feel that we actually got the best of the best."
CBC News | 6/9/2018

Indigenous child and family centre to open in Kitchener

KITCHENER — An early years centre for children and their families with an Indigenous focus will open in Kitchener in the fall. Anishnabeg Outreach will run the program and the agency is in the midst of finding a new home that will house the centre, said the agency's leader. "I want to build spirit," said Stephen Jackson, who became executive director of Anishnabeg Outreach eight months ago.
Liz Monterio - TheRecord.com | 2/8/2018
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