The Rainbow Resource Centre can trace its history back to the early 70’s. It began as a student group at the University of Manitoba, first known as the Campus Gay Club, with a name change in 1973 to Gays for Equality. A telephone information line, peer counselling service and a resource library on the University of Manitoba campus were a few of the first services offered. Gays for Equality went on to become a leader and an important resource for the gay and lesbian community, providing community services, education, outreach and political awareness and activism. Learn more about the Rainbow Resource Centre »


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2016 Annual General Meeting

Greetings from Rainbow Resource Centre board of directors and staff. It is our pleasure to invite you to the Annual General Meeting of the Rainbow Resource Centre. The AGM will be held: Date: Saturday, June 18, 2016 Location: Rainbow Resource … Continue reading

Two Summer Student Job Openings

The Rainbow Resource Centre is seeking to fill two openings in the youth program.  These positions would assist at Peer Project for Youth and Camp Aurora.  The two job openings are identical, but have different start dates.  Both are term … Continue reading