The Broadway Neighbourhood Centre (BNC), Inc. is a Winnipeg based non-profit organization committed to providing free high-quality recreational, social, educational, and employment services for the youth and community members of the West Broadway neighbourhood. The primary focus of the BNC are the issues, needs, and desires of the local community.
Established in 1947, the BNC delivers a wide range of programs and services. We have been an integral part of the community throughout the years and have continually worked to adapt and expand along with the community. We revise and update our programs consistently as needed of us. While our target population are residents of the West Broadway area, the BNC has ties to various other areas throughout Winnipeg.
The BNC was established as a response to the locals’ needs for diverse programs and services as a way of supporting youth, adults, and families in regards to education, crime-prevention, recreation, culture, and cognitive development.
Our Centre demonstrates great ethnic diversity with the proportion of Indigenous people living in the area being among the highest in the city. We strive to communicate thoughtfully and coherently with the general public and intend to listen to their concerns and feedback.
We strive to provide high quality recreational, social, healthy, educational, and employment training services to various demographics.
The Broadway Neighbourhood Centre (BNC) Inc. is non-profit organization is committed to providing the West Broadway neighbourhood with diverse programs and services as a way of supporting youth, adults, and families in regards to education, crime-prevention, recreation, culture, and cognitive development.
Hours of Operations
Monday – Friday
09:30 am – 08:30 pm
Saturday – Sunday
By Appointment Only
Board of Directors
Michael Jack, President
Clifford Wiebe, Vice-President
James Skinner, Treasurer/Secretary