Description & Services
Description (Service)
  • A network for youth from all cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds working to promote acceptance, respect and appreciation of diversity 
  • Organizes recreational, educational and other social activities to promote healthy lifestyles 
  • Holds dances every Fri night from 8pm-12 midnight 
  • Offers special programs and activities for children (7-11 yrs) such as summer camps run by volunteers
 
Programs include: 
 
After-School Program 
Encourages young people to organize their own activities eg. workshops, dances, games and other fun activities to keep them off the streets at night 
 
Drop-in Multicultural Youth Centre 
  • Offers facilities for meetings, workshops, socials, study, tutoring, computer access, and networking 
  • Has members and affiliate groups throughout Northwestern Ontario
 
Revolution Girls Style Program 
Educates young women about their rights and any issues that affect their well-being 
 
Band of Brothers Program 
Educates boys and young men about manhood, life skills and social responsibilities 
 
Study Groups 
Helps students to do well in school 
 
Youth Leadership Development Training Program 
  • Teaches youths to plan and organize their own activities 
  • Offers reception and orientation for new immigrant and refugee youths who come to Thunder Bay from other countries 
  • Provides orientation sessions for Aboriginal students from remote communities coming to study in urban centres to help them adapt to city life 
  • Offers "Youth Working for Change" that incorporates race relations, safer communities and environmental campaigns
Hours Office: Mon-Fri 10 am-5 pm 
Programs: 3:30 pm-9 pm 
Youth Centre Drop-In: hours extended for study, tutoring, computer use 
Dennis Franklin Cromarty After School Study Group: Mon-Fri 4:15 pm-7:15 pm 
Weekends: Opened for Youth Council planning meetings, talent nights, Girl Power/Band of Brothers functions and other special events
Areas Served Kenora District ; Rainy River District ; Thunder Bay District
Eligibility Ages: 11 year(s) - 25 year(s) 
 
Special programs and activities for children 7-11 yrs -- After-School Program, 
Arts and Crafts, Girl Power for pre-teens 
 
Revolution Girls Style Program 
Female youths, ages 11-17
Application Call for information
Languages English ; Interpretive Services - Available upon request
Fees None
Additional Service Sites
Contact Information
Office Phone 807-622-4666
Toll Free Phone 1-800-692-7692
Fax 807-622-7271
E-Mail manwoyc@tbaytel.net
Website my.tbaytel.net/manwoyc
Primary Executive Moffatt Makuto, Executive Director and Regional Multicultural Consultant
Site Location South Ward
Located In Community Thunder Bay
Address 511 Victoria Ave E
Thunder Bay, ON P7C 1A8
 
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Intersection Victoria Ave and Brodie St
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1985
Funding Grants ; Fundraising
Elections Annual
Meetings Regional Multicultural Youth Centre officers: Weekly, Sat, 5 pm
Multicultural Association of Northwestern Ontario regional board meetings: As needed