Community Partners

1. Fort Garry Seniors Resource Council (FGSRC)

The Fort Garry Seniors Resource Council is a community-based, non-profit organization providing support and services to older adults. The Council provides information, referral, and community outreach opportunities for older adults in the Fort Garry area. The Seniors Resource Coordinator can provide information on how to access services such as:

The Fort Garry Seniors Resource Council meets on the third Thursday of the month from September – June.

For more information please contact the Seniors Resource Coordinator at:
Cell: 204-792-1913
email: fortgarry@aosupportservices.ca

2. Behavioural Health Foundation

Pembina Active Living (55+) gratefully acknowledges the on-going support and assistance of the Behavioural Health Foundation whose residents regularly assist in the heavy lifting of set-up and take-down for PAL events.

3. Fort Garry Community Network

The Network is comprised of child and youth servicing organizations, family support agencies, senior services and faith communities. Government and education sectors are also represented.

4. Fort Garry Community Centre


5. Grace Christian Church


6. St. Norbert Community Centre


7. St. Norbert Veterans Memorial Association (SNVMA)

Since 2010, through efforts of local citizens, the PAL (55+) Gardening Club members and strong community support, a Remembrance Day Service is now held at the St. Norbert World War I Cenotaph memorial at the St. Norbert Catholic cemetery. It has grown to include government dignitaries, St. Norbert collegiate students, various branches of the Canadian Armed Forces and large crowds of community members.

The SNVMA has welcomed PAL (55+) as a valued community partner and recognizes their ongoing contributions in making this community endeavor an increasing success.

The St. Norbert Veterans Memorial Association (SNVMA), formed in April 2012 to maintain the Cenotaph, promote public awareness, connect with descendants and honour the fallen soldiers and those involved in the various wars. Initial research efforts have created a booklet, “St Norbert and World War I”.

Contact Brian Cyr at abcyr@mymts.net or Larry Haag at larha@mymts.net.