Updates / News
groundworkforchange.org is a living, breathing website.
The information shared on the site will change as new articles, videos, audio recordings are available. It will also change based on feedback received.
The latest (larger) updates and news about the site are listed below.
Site founders will participate in the Pathways to Reconciliation Conference being hosted by the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.
Site co-founder Monique Woroniak was interviewed by Rosanna Deerchild for CBC Radio's program Unreserved.
Event listing moved to a calendar format - see our new Community Events Calendar page.
September 13, 2015
Site co-founders Monique Woroniak and Liz Carlson, along with Cree-Trinidadian educator Tasha Spillett were interviewed on the CKUW radio program "Radio Free Winnipeg". The conversation was about the motivation for the site, living in a colonial society and growing just relationships.
September 7, 2015
Site co-founder Monique Woroniak was interviewed by CBC (web) about the motivation for the site. Community leader Michael Champagne also shares thoughts.
2 of the sites founders/contributors - Monique Woroniak and Liz Carlson - were happy to be interviewed by Scott Neigh for his Talking Radical Radio show. Woroniak and Carlson talk about how the site got started and the thinking that goes into it.
Timeline / Milestones
September 30, 2017
After 2 years and 3 months groundworkforchange.org is on Facebook.
The site is now visited by 100-200 people each day. Thank you for the support!.
June 28, 2016
1 year anniversary of the site's launch! As of July 1, 2016 44, 067 different individuals have visited the site. Thank you for the support!
The milestone of 10,000 unique visitors to the site was reached (34,000 + page visits). Amazing support and engagement. We are thankful.
July 1, 2015
Over 1100 unique visitors and over 4300 page visits since our launch 3 days ago. Thank you Winnipeg and beyond for your incredible support!
June 28, 2015
The site is shared with the original February group for feedback.
An outline for the website is shared with a group of Indigenous peoples living in Winnipeg.