Public Seminars

Through organizing public seminars on health, WCSA expects to increasing the awareness of health knowledge and improving the quality of life in Winnipeg Chinese community.

Tai Chi Club

Tai Chi exercise in every Sunday morning is the most attractive activity in WCSA. It started in early spring of 2018. Tai Chi not only is a way to exercise, but also provides opportunities for friendship.

Ping Pong Club

The ping pong club with the generous sponsorship of Mr. Xueyong Zhang and his immigration company, and the cooperation of Huatian Table Tennis Club, is officially started every Saturday.

Fitness Class

Every fitness class on Saturday and Thursday, through integrating music and dance, helps members to express their emotions and energy to achieve the their goal of happy fitness and healthy exercise.

2024 New Year and Lantern Festival celebration

WCSA, with nearly 2000 Chinese members, is preparing to celebrate both the New Year and the Lantern Festival on February 24th this year with the community.

This celebration will embody the rich and traditional essence of Chinese New Year, with activities including the hanging of couplets and lanterns, cutting window flowers, distributing the calligraphy character for fortune, the giving and receiving of red envelopes, karaoke singing, solving lantern riddles, and engaging in Chinese chess and card games.

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2023 Canada Day Celebration

The Winnipeg Chinese Senior Association (WCSA) is organizing again Canada Day celebrations which will be held at the fountain and park area in Bridgwater Lakes, on July 1st, 2023. WCSA has hosted a very successful Canada Day celebration in 2022. We are partnering with elected officials and many organizations to make this a wonderful Canada Day celebration.

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2023 Canada Day Drumming in Winnipeg

The annual Canada Day Drumming (CDD) in Winnipeg will take place in Bridgwater on July 1st, 2023, which is organized by Winnipeg Chinese Senior Association (WCSA).

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2022 Canada Day Celebration

The Winnipeg Chinese Senior Association (WCSA) is organizing 2022 Canada Day celebrations which will be held at the fountain and park area in Bridgwater Lakes. WCSA has hosted many events over the past five years, and we are partnering with elected officials and many organizations to make this a wonderful Canada Day celebration.

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2022 Canada Day Drumming in Winnipeg

The annual Canada Day Drumming (CDD) in Winnipeg will take place in Bridgwater on July 1st, 2022, which is organized by Winnipeg Chinese Senior Association (WCSA).

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Harvest & South Winnipeg Food Drive

The COVID-19 pandemic and many wars throughout the world are creating much sadness and hardship for so many in our city. Prices of food, accommodation and transportation are increasing, and many Winnipeggers are struggling to make ends meet. Newcomers are arriving with few belongings, seeking peace and comfort. The need for support has never been greater. South Winnipeg residents have an amazing community spirit, very generous hearts, and are taking action to help ease the suffering.
Please join us in helping raise food for so many in need!

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Celebrate the Year of the Tiger

We are super excited to announce that our Chinese New Year celebration event will be held on Sunday night, Feb 6 from 7:00 - 9:00pm! Join us online as we welcome the Year of the Tiger with cultural performances inspired by Lunar New Year traditions across China!
This virtual celebration is FREE and open to the public (with both Chinese and English speaking hosts), and all are welcome. Lots of fantastic prizes to be won! Follow us for more updates. Email wcsa.wpg@hotmail.com to register.

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Memorabilia of WCSA Activities

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The Double Ninth Festival @Manitoba Celebration

The Double Ninth Festival @Manitoba is a project in the 150th anniversary celebration of Manitoba. This is a celebration of Chinese traditional festival sponsored by the Manitoba 150 Celebration Committee and organized by the Winnipeg Chinese Senior Association. 2020 is the 150th anniversary of the founding of Manitoba. Our association has prepared a series of events to celebrate and bless the people living on this land, and to promote the cultural diversity in Manitoba and cultures carried on this land. Due to COVID pandemic, we postponed the celebration in 2021, and moved the live event to the Internet.
The Double Ninth Festival will be hosted on October 16, it includes two parts. The first part is fitness exercises from 8 am to 6 pm, including traditional Tai Chi and Baduanjin exercises suitable for the elderly. The second part is " The Double Ninth Festival @Manitoba" celebration from 7 to 10 in the evening, which brings the audience a wonderfully traditional Chinese festival experience.

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COVID-19 Vaccinations

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Chinese New Year Celebration Event

We are super excited to announce that our Chinese New Year celebration event will be held on Friday night, Feb 12 from 7:00 - 9:00pm! Join us online as we welcome the Year of the Ox with cultural performances inspired by Lunar New Year traditions across China!
This virtual celebration is FREE and open to the public (with both Chinese and English speaking hosts), and all are welcome to participate. Lots of fantastic prizes to be won! Follow us for more updates. Email wcsa.wpg@hotmail.com to register.

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Keeping Seniors Healthy and Active throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic

Since the beginning of 2020, in order to adapt to the current situation of the pandemic and follow the government’s public health recommendations, WCSA transitioned to socially and physicially distanced or virtual activities. This has allowed WCSA members to maintain healthy vitality while participating in group activities to avoid social isolation. Since the first Covid-19 case was confirmed in Manitoba on March 12, 2020, WCSA immediately stopped all in-person group physical activities.
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Launching a new class -【Photography Class】

The newestly launched Photography Class by WCSA, teaches the basics of photography, helps members to take good photos through a lots of hands-on experience.

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