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 »


Find us on facebook:

Latest News

Changes to Drop-In Counselling

Starting Monday, August 24, 2015, Drop-In Counselling will operate on a “Same-Day Appointment” model. To book a same-day appointment, please call the front desk (204-474-0212 ext 201) on a Monday between 11:30 AM and 2:30 PM. If the same-day appointments … Continue reading

Seeking Crown Attorney Volunteer

Once again, the Rainbow Resource Centre has partnered with Pro Bono Students of Canada for them to research legal issues relevant to the LGBTTQIA* communities. Part of this partnership requires a lawyer to volunteer 3 hours a month (up to … Continue reading