March With Us – Labour Day 2016

Join Us!

Join MARL as we stand in solidarity with our friends in the Labour Movement! 


We’re excited to participate in the 2016 Winnipeg Labour Day March. We as Manitobans have a unique history with labour, the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919 being a prime example. Things we enjoy such as the 40 hour work week, minimum wage, and paid holidays are all a result of the hard work of labour activists.  We at MARL believe it is important to celebrate the labour movement for all the work they have done fighting for and protecting worker’s rights throughout Manitoba’s history.


Meeting Location: Memorial Park, Winnipeg, MB – Across from the Manitoba Legislative Building

Meeting Date & Time: Monday September 5th – 1:30PM

Picnic hosted by the Winnipeg Labour Council to follow at Central Park.


Free T-Shirts for everyone who joins MARL at this important event, please email us in advance with your shirt size:



In Our Eyes : Photo Voice Gallery Reception

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In partnership with From Here & Away and the Canadian Muslim Women’s Institute, MARL is proud to host a Gallery Reception in celebration of the In Our Eyes PhotoVoice Project.


The Gallery Reception is a celebration of the work compiled by a group of newcomers who used disposable cameras to tell stories of their experiences as new Canadians.


The PhotoVoice Gallery Reception will be a powerful event to help people understand and connect with the issues most relevant to newcomers in Winnipeg. The goal of this project is to support the self-empowerment of participants by providing an opportunity to speak of their experiences, connect with others in their community, and to educate and raise awareness in the wider Winnipeg community.


Date: Friday, September 16th

Time: 6:00PM – 9:00PM

Location: Winnipeg Art Gallery – 300 Memorial Blvd, Wpg MB

This event is FREE and open to the public thanks to our generous sponsors:
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Ethics of Sport


The Manitoba Association for Rights & Liberties presents the fourth of our Ethics Café series. Just like the Ethics Slam, The Ethics Café will ask you to join the discussion on difficult questions about sports. Hosted by Dr. Sarah Teetzel of the University of Manitoba’s Centre for Professional and Applied Ethics and facilitated by MARL’s Human Rights Experts, it will be an enlightened good time!

The discussion is open to everyone by donation to MARL.
No answer prep necessary.

Doors at 6PM, Discussion begins at 7PM.

September 29th 2016