Manitoba 4 Ukraine

Manitoba For Ukraine


The resources listing has the most up to date information on Manitoba's provincial response, federal response and data, as well as community and settlement resources.


The Arrival Advisor app will help ease your settlement journey by connecting you to information and services in your area. Based on anonymous questionnaire responses and geographic location, you will receive customized recommendations. Discover the information and services you need to learn English, seek employment, find housing, explore education opportunities and more!


Visit Manitoba Public Insurance to exchange a class 5 licence for a Manitoba driver’s licence, learn about identification requirements, or book an appointment. 


The City of Winnipeg has a public transit system and offers the WINNpass program which provides individuals with low income the opportunity to purchase adult monthly transit passes at a 50 per cent discount. Eligible adults can apply online for a WINNpass.


Safety and Crime Prevention

It is important to maintain personal safety whenever you are in a new and unfamiliar place. Even if you live in a place you know well, it's still important to be mindful of your surroundings. The Winnipeg Police Service provides education and awareness on safety and crime prevention.

See WPS Personal Safety PDF - English

See WPS Personal Safety PDF - Ukrainian

See RCMP Newcomer Guide - Ukrainian

See RCMP Safety Pamphlet - Ukrainian

See RCMP Safety Colouring book - EN/UA

See RCMP Safety Pamphlet - Russian


Family Violence

If you are in an abusive relationship, or you know someone who may be, reach for support. You are not alone.

For immediate support:

  • Call 1-877-977-0007
  • Text 204-792-5302 or 204-805-6682

For information and resources:


Rural Settlement

Rural and small centres offer services for newcomers to help orient them to the community, the resources and services available, as well as providing specific supports for newcomers, such as language supports, meet and greet events, youth programming, employment supports and more. For more information, please visit the various settlement offices in Manitoba:


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