About Us


Norwest Coop Community Health acknowledges that we operate our services on Treaty One territory, the traditional land of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Ojibway, Dakota,  Dene, and Oji-Cree peoples and the homeland of the Metis Nation.

We also acknowledge that, in Winnipeg, we receive our water from Shoal Lake First Nation and we express our deep gratitude for the sharing of this essential natural resource.

We respect & acknowledge the harms & mistakes of the past and the present, and we dedicate ourselves to collaborating in partnership with Indigenous, Métis and Inuit people in the spirit of reconciliation

NorWest Co-op Community Health engages our community in cooperative health and wellness. We run a community-based organization that operates according to the following principles:

Our Vision:

People taking control of their health.


To engage our community in cooperative health and wellness.


Integrity. Non-judgment. Dignity.

Vital. Responsive. Best-practice.

Self-health. Engagement. Capacity-building.

Listen. Learn. Advocate with our local community around issues of racism.

We, at NorWest Co-op Community Health, stand in solidarity with Black, Indigenous and racialized communities, and the Black Lives Matter Movement.

We commit to rooting our work in justice, promoting health equity in all we do, embedding anti-racist approaches within our organization, our work and services, to create a safe and inclusive space at NorWest and within our community.