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The Pas Committee for Women in Crisis operates two facilities- Aurora House, the emergency shelter, and My Sister's House ( a small apartment complex for women establishing themselves in a violence free life).
Phone Number: 204-623-7427
Cree Nation Child & Family Caring Agency provides community based services and programs to many different reserves in Manitoba. They do so by incorporating both child protection services and prevention programs. Emphasis is placed on the safety of children and the steadfast concept of family unity and reunification.
Phone Number: 204-623-7456
The Halcrow Lake Golf and Country Club golf course is a well maintained 9 hole course located in The Pas. There is also the delicious “Clubhouse” restaurant, and a beautiful driving range on the grounds.
Phone Number: 204-627-2300
Hemauer Funeral Home and Cremation Services are dedicated to helping you through a difficult time. They’ve got a Chapel, Visitation room, Coffee Lounge and Reception Facilities all available to accommodate a broad range of services, from very large assemblies to the smallest of quaint gatherings.
Phone Number: 204-623-3261
The Kelsey Recreation Commission handles the operation of community recreation programs and facilities in it’s jurisdiction. The role of the Commission is to support community organizations, and be a direct provider in areas of need.
Phone Number: 204-627-1134
Kelsey School Division is the main school division in The Pas, Manitoba. They strive to be a respectful and enthusiastic school community, dedicated to quality education for all.
Phone Number: 204-623-6421
The Pas Kinsmen Club was founded in 1920, and has since seen many years as a staple in community events. They currently have nearly 40 members volunteering countless hours each year to providing The Pas and Area with the events they’ve come to love.
Phone Number: 204-623-3663
The Knights of Columbus in The Pas is just a small part of the 7600 that reside in Manitoba that are continuously doing charitable works in their Parishes and communities.
Phone Number: N/A
The NRHA was created in May 2012 through the amalgamation of the former NOR-MAN and the Burntwood Regional Health Authorities. The Northern Health Region is geographically the largest of the five RHAs in the province of Manitoba.
Phone Number: 204-627-6800
The Chief and Council of Opaskwayak Cree Nation have pursued greater autonomy in the management of Band Affairs. This move toward local autonomy was paralleled by a community development strategy aimed at strengthening the Band's economic base and improving the quality of life for its members. In developing a system for local government the Band pursued three broad avenues of approach: Developing of administration and program delivery; development of local government authority; and development of enterprises
Phone Number: 204-627-7158
The Opaskwayak Cree Nation Blizzard are a Canadian Junior "A" ice hockey team. They are members of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League, a part of the Canadian Junior A Hockey League and Hockey Canada. The team is owned by the Opaskwayak Cree Nation.
Phone Number: 204-627-7158
The Otineka Mall in Opaskwayak is your local source for retail shopping, dining, banking, and more. As the largest mall in the North, they’re the centre of economic activity in the community. Whether you’re looking for groceries, clothing, home goods, or sports supplies, you can get it at Otineka Mall!
Phone Number: 204-627-7230
The RM of Kelsey is a rural municipality in the province. It consists of several disjoint parts. The largest part is Carrot Valley, located around and southwest of The Pas along the Carrot River, but the communities of Wanless and Cranberry Portage located further north, are also part of the municipality. It is 867.64 km² large. Also lying in the area around The Pas is the Opaskwayak Cree Nation Indian reserve.
Phone Number: 204-623-7474
The Royal Canadian Legion is Canada’s largest Veteran support and community service organization. Nationwide they’ve got more than 300,000 members in over 1400 Branches across Canada make a difference in the lives of Veterans and their families, provide essential services within their communities, and Remembering the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our Country.
Phone Number: 204-623-3751
The Pas Arts Council exists to promote arts and culture in The Pas through exposure, education and participation. Arts and cultural groups are members of The Pas Arts Council and conduct programming specific to their mandates. One of the roles of the arts council is to provide support to the member groups including advertising, financial grants and with applying for larger grants. In addition, the arts council provides programming that is not provided by member groups as resources are available.
Phone Number: 204-620-2263
The Pas & District Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to sustaining and advancing a vibrant business climate in The Pas and surrounding area.
Phone Number: 204-623-7256
TPCRC strives through advocacy, capacity building, provision of knowledge and sustainable funding from various sources to challenge and empower residents.
Phone Number: 204-623-4269
The Pas Curling Club is held within the Roy H Johnston Arena, it is equipped with 6 sets of ice and a lounge with access to canteen.
Phone Number: 204-623-3813
The Pas Handivan provides transportation for seniors, persons with disabilities and medical transportation to the Airport.
Phone Number: 204-623-2036
The Pas Health Complex is a public foundation that provides equipment and services for The Pas Health Complex facilities of the Northern Regional Health Authority (NRHA) which are not funded by other agencies
Phone Number: 204-623-6431
The Pas Rotary Club has been a community staple since the late 1920’s, providing their services in many different community venues throughout the years.
Phone Number: 204-623-1617
The Pas Regional Library is funded by the Town of The Pas, the RM of Kelsey, the Province of Manitoba, & the Department of Culture and Heritage.Revenue generated by book sales, overdue fines, photo copy / fax charges and Annex Rental is directly applied to the Library operating costs.
Phone Number: 204-623-2023
The Pas community is one of the oldest and most striking settlements in northern Manitoba. Boasting one of the three true blue lakes in existence outdoor adventure abounds set to the raw natural beauty that attracts visitors from around the world.
Phone Number: 204-627-1100
The University College of the North is an institution devoted to community and northern development and reflects the Aboriginal reality and cultural diversity of northern Manitoba.
Phone Number: 204-627-8500
A teen centre open to teenagers 12-17 of all cultures, belief systems, creeds, languages, socioeconomic status, and sexual orientation.
Phone Number: 204-623-1358