Annual General Meeting

June 10, 2020

Gateway Resources Inc. – Annual General Meeting
June 30 @ 7:00 p.m. at Gateway Resources – Dining Hall

This year’s meeting will be Business Only, with COVID restrictions and requirements in place.  A PDF of the report book will be available by request.

Summer Day Camp

May 5, 2020

Summer Day Camp
July 6 – August 28, 2020

A place for fun, friendship, learning and adventure!
Children ages 5 to 12 can explore their creativity, develop skills, and learn in a fun and interactive setting. (COVID-19 precautions will be followed.)

6 great weeks to choose from:
Week 1: Gateway’s Greenhouse – July 6 – 10
Week 2: Pirate Island – July 20 – 24
Week 3: Superstar Week – July 27 – 31
Week 4: Jurassic Adventures – August 4 – 7
Week 5: Under the Sea – August 17 – 21
Week 6: Amazing Animals – August 24 – 28

– Five-day session: $85.00
– Six day session: $68.00

Registration forms:
Available at Gateway Resources Front Office (main building) or
Contact: Allison Wiebe, 204-325-7304 ext. 235

Recycling and COVID-19

April 2, 2020

May 5, 2020 –
Friends, family and caregivers of individuals who attend our day services:

We understand the frustration and the desire to return to Gateway. We miss all of you and look forward to your return and the structure and routine of our services. However your safety, the safety of our community, and the safety of families and friends is very important to us! We continue to follow the Government of Manitoba direction and, at this point, we are not able to offer our day services.

Remember to stay safe and healthy.

April 29, 2020 – As many of you heard the Province of Manitoba has announced the gradual and cautious reopening plan for Manitoba.  These changes will continue to be monitored and reviewed.  At this time we don’t believe there are any changes in the services we offer.  Please continue to watch social media sites and our website for most up-to date information.

April 1,2020, Dr. Brent Roussin, Chief Provincial Public Health Officer ordered all environmental services are essential under The Public Health Act (Section 67) Environmental Services. (44). A business engaged in waste collection or recycling, waste and sewage treatment and disposal, the operation of a landfill or hazardous waste disposal.

Gateway Resources is continuing curbside collection as per schedule and the depot remains open. If resident’s have travelled or present symptoms of COVID-19 it is recommended you do not drop off and or place your recycling on the curb for collection.

Gateway Resources staff manually sorts recycling. It is prohibited to include the following in your recycling such as used Kleenex, face masks and latex gloves. In order to ensure recycling sorting staff does not have to handle these materials directly, please only include acceptable items in your recycling container.

Also, please maintain a minimum social distance of two metres when interacting with recycling collectors and wait for the truck to depart before removing your bins from the curb.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Gateway’s Recycling Program

April 9, 2018

As an agency that provides supports to over 150 adults living with an intellectual disability, one of the main components of our services is to find meaningful employment opportunities for the individuals we support.

One of the many ways we do this is with our recycling program. 

We recycling the following items:

  • Aluminum – Beverage Cans, Trays, Pie Plates & other Containers, Foil
  • Box Board – Single Layer such as Cereal, Tissue Boxes
  • Cardboard – Corrugated
  • Glass – Food Jars & Beverage Containers (such as Pop, Wine, Spirit, & Beer Bottles)
  • Milk Jugs
  • Milk & Juice Cartons/Boxes, Tetra-pak Containers
  • Paper – Newspapers, Flyers, Inserts, Junk Mail, Office Paper  Materials such as Letter Quality Paper, Envelopes (With or Without Windows), Copier Paper, Computer Printouts, Paper Egg Cartons, Phone Books, Paperback or Hardcover Books, Magazines, Catalogues, Bagged Shredded Paper, Brown Paper Bags, Tissue Roll Cores, Gift and Packing Paper
  • Plastics with Recycling Logo #1, 2, 4, 5, & 7 such as Pop & Water Bottles, Laundry Detergent Jugs, Shampoo Bottles, Condiment Bottles, Food Containers such as Yogurt, Margarine, etc.
  • Tin Cans – Soup, Ketchup, etc.

We do not recycling:

  • #3 – Hard Plastics such as CD Cases or Plastics that Shatter
  • #6 – Plastic such as Muffin Containers, Individual Yogurt Containers, etc.
  • Bubble Wrap
  • Disposable Diapers
  • Fluorescent Bulbs (Can be dropped off at Rona)
  • Household Hazardous, Bio-hazardous, Chemical Waste/Containers  (Accepted at the City of Winkler Public Works Yard – 345 1st St.)
  • Light Bulbs
  • Medical Waste (Syringes, Bio-Hazardous Material)
  • Outdoor Lawn Furniture
  • Plastic Bags
  • Plasticized, Waxed, or Laminated Material
  • Propane or Helium Tanks
  • Pyrex or Dishware Glass, Window Glass, Mirrors, Ceramics, Porcelain
  • Rubber Tires
  • Scrap Metals
  • Styrofoam/Styrofoam Packing Material
  • Wood Waste

Acceptable E-waste:

  • All Batteries Except for Automotive Batteries
  • Answering Machines
  • Cameras
  • Cell Phones
  • Computer Cables, Keyboards, Mice & Monitors
  • Computer & Video Gaming Peripherals
  • Computer/Conductor Wires
  • Desktop & Portable Computers
  • DVD Players, VCR’s
  • Fax Machines
  • IT Devices
  • Laptops
  • Medical & Monitoring Devices
  • Microwaves
  • Photo Copiers
  • Portable Audio & Video Devices
  • Printers,
  • Scanners
  • Stereos
  • Telephones
  • TV’s

You might have heard about the trying times ahead for recycling.  It is important that you take an interest in the product you are putting out on the curb.   Take a few minutes to ensure only recyclable products are put out, rinse your containers, and recycle everything you can.