Communication Devices: Need the communication devices like wake-up alarm clock or strobe fire alarm, you can contact the Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) store with the phone number 1-866-518-0000 as someone will assist with your order. Please make sure you mention that you were referred by Deaf Centre Manitoba Inc (DCM Inc) as it is still partnership between DCM Inc and CHS.
Interpreter: Please go to www.eccoe.ca and create an account first then you can book an interpreter. If you already have an account with ECCOE, please use this website to book an interpreter. If you do not have a computer access, please call Candy Badger the scheduler to book an interpreter by 204-926-3271. (If you need step by step instruction of how to book the interpreter on the website, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the instruction).
Public computer/Library: There are many public computers on Osborne street. Public Library is at Winnipeg Public Library on 251 Donald street.
Book event/meeting at Deaf Centre Manitoba (DCM) building: Please call Krista Henry at the Front desk by 204-284-0802 or email email@example.com.
Tenant issues: Please see Ashley Derkacz, Tenant Resource Coordinator for any tenant issues as she is happy to assist you as she can.
Deaf Centre Manitoba (DCM) building: Please see or email the building manager-Lydia Warketin any building issues. The email for the building manager is firstname.lastname@example.org. She is happy to listen to any concern regarding the building.
Social Media: Please continue to send any news or events to this email@example.com as it is still monitored and will upload through social media. Be advised that it take a while to be post through social media. Your patience would be much appreciated:)
Deaf Centre Manitoba Inc (DCM Inc)/Deaf Resource Centre (DRC): Any concern regarding DCM Inc/DRC, please contact DCM Inc Chairperson-Doug Momotiuk. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your patience with the Deaf Centre Manitoba Inc (DCM Inc) Board while they are searching for a new replacement to run the Deaf Resource Centre (DRC) office. Hopefully it will re-open sometime in the middle of March:)