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1540 Pembina Hwy, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2E6
204-475-4953
Canadian Goodwill offers an atmosphere of dignity and respect for those who want to help themselves. Canadian Goodwill works to help rebuild the community in three ways. 1. By retraining people for new jobs; 2. By helping people develop job skills and: 3. By recycling used goods. Canadian Goodwill offers job placement to individuals with special needs by training them to be successful in areas such as appliance repair, upholstery, carpentry, and customer service. The Canadian Goodwill employment programs help the environment by recycling. Items in good condition are priced and placed for sale in one of the Canadian Goodwill Stores. However some donations the individuals being trained in those areas, of course always being closely supervised. Anything which is not repairable is recycled as much as possible. Parts are taken off non-working electronics to be used in repairing other electronics. Clothing articles which is stained or torn are taken to the rag department and are sold as re-usable rags. Used Furniture, Appliances, Clothing, Antiques, Books, Records, Tapes
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70 Princess St, Winnipeg, MB, R3B 1K2
204-943-6435
Established in 1931, in the time of the Great Depression, a Minister of the United Church started a second-hand store from the remainders of a rummage sale. His goals were a) to offer employment to those who could not find employment due to the Great Depression and b) to offer Manitoban citizens, items which they need at a low-price. Since 1931, Canadian Goodwill has been incorporated and is now identified as a non-profit charitable organization. The objectives of Canadian Goodwill to provide vocational services, rehabilitation services, and employment for persons with physical, developmental, emotional or social disabilities, whose disability are obstacles to their employment in the open market. By collecting, refurbishing and selling used articles, Canadian Goodwill help provide these Manitoban individuals with an income, independence and a self esteem. What makes Canadian Goodwill Special? When you purchase merchandise from Canadian Goodwill you are supporting a charity. Money raised in Canadian Goodwill stores stays in Manitoba to help the citizens of Manitoba. Canadian Goodwill Industries is completely self-supporting and has never received any type of government funding. Thanks to the wonderful donations we receive on a daily basis, and our loyal customers, Canadian Goodwill Industries has helped Manitobans for over 75 years. Not only does Canadian Goodwill help those within the organization, Canadian Goodwill also donates to external local charities. When you give to Canadian Goodwill, you are giving to your own community. What does Canadian Goodwill Do? Canadian Goodwill offers an atmosphere of dignity and respect for those who want to help themselves. Canadian Goodwill works to help rebuild the community in three ways. 1. By retraining people for new jobs; 2. By helping people develop job skills and: 3. By recycling used goods. Canadian Goodwill offers job placement to individuals with special needs by training them to be successful in areas such as appliance repair, upholstery, carpentry, and customer service. The Canadian Goodwill employment programs help the environment by recycling. Items in good condition are priced and placed for sale in one of the Canadian Goodwill Stores. However some donations the individuals being trained in those areas, of course always being closely supervised. Anything which is not repairable is recycled as much as possible. Parts are taken off non-working electronics to be used in repairing other electronics. Clothing articles which is stained or torn are taken to the rag department and are sold as re-usable rags. Used Furniture, Appliances, Clothing, Antiques, Books, Records, Tapes
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110 Regent Ave W, Winnipeg, MB, R2C 1P9
204-475-6438
Canadian Goodwill offers an atmosphere of dignity and respect for those who want to help themselves. Canadian Goodwill works to help rebuild the community in three ways. 1. By retraining people for new jobs; 2. By helping people develop job skills and: 3. By recycling used goods. Canadian Goodwill offers job placement to individuals with special needs by training them to be successful in areas such as appliance repair, upholstery, carpentry, and customer service. The Canadian Goodwill employment programs help the environment by recycling. Items in good condition are priced and placed for sale in one of the Canadian Goodwill Stores. However some donations the individuals being trained in those areas, of course always being closely supervised. Anything which is not repairable is recycled as much as possible. Parts are taken off non-working electronics to be used in repairing other electronics. Clothing articles which is stained or torn are taken to the rag department and are sold as re-usable rags.
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404 Selkirk Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R2W 2M2
204-961-3993
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1560 Regent Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R2C 3B4
204-661-9045
Value Village is no ordinary thrift store. As a leader and pioneer in the retail thrift industry, we're a place where people from all backgrounds love to shop for great selection, deals and treasures.
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919 McLeod Ave, Winnipeg, MB, R2G 0Y4
204-667-5329
USED MERCHANDISE STORES / HOME FURNISHINGS & APPLIANCES, SECONDHAND / FURNITURE DEALERS USED
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204-257-3644
Canadian Goodwill offers an atmosphere of dignity and respect for those who want to help themselves. Canadian Goodwill works to help rebuild the community in three ways. 1. By retraining people for new jobs; 2. By helping people develop job skills and: 3. By recycling used goods. Canadian Goodwill offers job placement to individuals with special needs by training them to be successful in areas such as appliance repair, upholstery, carpentry, and customer service. The Canadian Goodwill employment programs help the environment by recycling. Items in good condition are priced and placed for sale in one of the Canadian Goodwill Stores. However some donations the individuals being trained in those areas, of course always being closely supervised. Anything which is not repairable is recycled as much as possible. Parts are taken off non-working electronics to be used in repairing other electronics. Clothing articles which is stained or torn are taken to the rag department and are sold as re-usable rags. Used Furniture, Appliances, Clothing, Antiques, Books, Records, Tapes
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1051 Mcphillips St, Winnipeg, MB, R2X 2K6
204-586-8856
Pawn, buy, sell, car audio, DVD players, DVD movies, jewellery, musical instruments, video games and systems; We buy, sell and trade, new and used musical instruments, guitars, amps, drums, cymbals, PA effects units
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3234 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB, R3K 0Y9
204-885-8180
Current styles, top quality, pre-owned designer fashions, career, casual, formals, furs, cash/consign by appointment, top payout to consignors, in-home appointments, trusted and professional service
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808 Main St, Winnipeg, MB, R2W 3N7
204-589-7296
Pawn, buy, trade, sell almost anything
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145 Goulet St, Winnipeg, MB, R2H 0R6
204-233-7897
The original thrift stores where mart shoppers shop
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505 Selkirk Ave, Winnipeg, MB, R2W 2M6
204-582-3142
USED MERCHANDISE STORES / CLOTHING & SHOES, SECONDHAND
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938 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB, R3G 0R1
204-774-2442
USED MERCHANDISE STORES / CLOTHING & SHOES, SECONDHAND
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1531 Main St, Winnipeg, MB, R2W 3W3
204-589-7767
USED MERCHANDISE STORES / USED MERCHANDISE STORES, NEC / THRIFT STORES
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101 Sherbrook St, Winnipeg, MB, R3C 2B5
204-772-8787
TV's, VCRs, stereos, jewellery, motorcycles, ghetto's, Cds, musical instruments, video games, cameras, tools, mtn bikes, cars, trucks, instant cash, no limit we cash cheques
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70 Albert St, Winnipeg, MB, R3B 1E7
204-943-0171
USED MERCHANDISE STORES / CLOTHING & SHOES, SECONDHAND
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1444 Corydon Ave, Winnipeg, MB, R3N 0J3
204-487-4687
USED MERCHANDISE STORES
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1015 Mcphillips St, Winnipeg, MB, R2X 2K5
204-586-2556
The original thrift stores where mart shoppers shop
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1695 Ellice Ave, Winnipeg, MB, R3H 0A9
204-774-1315
MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES / MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES, NEC / FACTORY OUTLET STORES; USED MERCHANDISE STORES
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3135 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB, R3K 0W4
204-832-0801
USED MERCHANDISE STORES / USED MERCHANDISE STORES, NEC / CONSIGNMENT SVC & SHOPS
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1030 Empress St, Winnipeg, MB, R3G 3H4
204-772-2050
The original thrift stores where mart shoppers shop
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105 Osborne St, Winnipeg, MB, R3L 1Y4
204-453-5110
WOMEN'S CLOTHING STORES / WOMEN'S CLOTHING STORES, NEC / BOUTIQUES & BOUTIQUE ITEMS; MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES / CUSTOMIZED CLOTHING & APPAREL / TAILORS LADIES & MENS; USED MERCHANDISE STORES / CLOTHING & SHOES, SECONDHAND
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1504 St Mary's Rd, Winnipeg, MB, R2M 3V7
204-253-3848
USED MERCHANDISE STORES / CLOTHING & SHOES, SECONDHAND
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1600 Regent Ave W, Winnipeg, MB, R2C 3B5
204-953-1500
The original thrift stores where mart shoppers shop
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866 Main St, Winnipeg, MB, R2W 3P1
204-586-8025
The king of pawns, licened and bonded brokers, we pawn and trade: gold, jewellery, stereos, rifles, cameras, trucks, cars, TV's, DVD's, computers, motorcycles, boats, snowmobiles, guns
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