The city's website provides a variety of information about services available at City Hall.
|The Authority is responsible for the operation and adminstration of facility and community based programs and services.|
|The School District of Mystery Lake has 7 schools and an enrollment of 3,000 students. The District's mission is to maximize the learning potential of each student.|
|Vale operates two underground operations as well as an open pit in Thompson. The company also operates a mill, smelter and refinery.|
Drop by our local library for your favorite authors, musicians, and actors. The Thompson Public Library has a vast collection of books, CDs and DVDs for everyone in your family. Visit them today.
The Boreal Discovery Centre, located at the site of the old Thompson Zoo, is where visitors can explore how people adapted to the forest.
Their mission is to raise money for local charities and causes and watch the positive impact they make in our community.
In addition to operating a residence and hostel, YWCA Thompson operates several educational and advocacy programs. This requires YWCA Thompson to employ a significant staff. They are proud of their employees and the roles they serve.
The Thompson Chamber of Commerce was established in 1961 and is affiliated with the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.
The Royal Canadian Legion supports Veterans and their families, remembers the men and women who served our country, and strengthens communities.
Keep up to date with the latest news about Thompson's Triple-A hockey team.
The Ma-Mow-We-Tak Friendship Centre will promote and provide culturally sensitive programs and services with the community through empowerment, respect, accountability and leadership.
The Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF) is the official democratic and self-governing political representative for the Metis Nation’s Manitoba Metis Community.
The MMF promotes the political, social, cultural, and economic interests and rights of the Metis in Manitoba. In addition, the MMF delivers programs and services to our community including: child and family services, justice, housing, youth, education, human resources, economic development and natural resources.
Their Mission: To Provide a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.
The Boys and Girls Club of Thompson has served the community since 1993, reaching out to over 500 children and youth each year through after-school, weekend and summer programs.
The mission of The Thompson Community Foundation is to create a growing investment pool of capital resources and use revenue earned by the capital pool to benefit the community of Thompson.
Keewatin Tribal Council exists to ensure and achieve self-sufficiency, self determination and empowerment of the member First Nation communities it serves.
To maintain, strengthen, enhance, lobby for and defend the interests and rights of First Nation people within it’s jurisdiction and to promote, develop and secure a standard quality of life deemed desirable and acceptable by its First Nations without limiting the generality of the foregoing and the objectives of MKO.”
(MKO Mission Statement, 1983)
In 1990, Heritage North Museum was incorporated. Our mission is to promote and preserve the heritage and history relating to Thompson and area. We launched a Geocache site in June 2007. It has attracted visitors and hits from all over the world.
Spiritway is a 2.5 km walking and biking pathway from the Heritage North Museum to the Miles Hart Bridge. Spirit Way has won 4 awards and has been designated a Manitoba Star Attraction and one of the Top 20 Places to Visit in Manitoba!
Thompson Neighbourhod Renewal Corporation is committed to working with communities to provide a place of empowerment to influence positive changes.
This volunteer group grooms and maintains snowmobile trails in Thompson and area for the enjoyment of snowmobilers near and far.
Thompson Newcomer Settlement Services goal is to support the needs (initial settlement and long-term integration) of permanent residents to Thompson.
Thompson Newcomer Settlement Services provides orientations and information to help familiarize newcomers with Canadian life and culture. The variety of topics covered include: Housing, Laws, Banking, Transportation, Weather, shopping, Health, and Education.
The HOPE North Suicide Prevention Committee is a lively committee with many community partners. Their goal is to prevent the tragedy of suicide by providing different kinds of suicide prevention activities. There are 3 HOPE North sub-committees - which means they cover a huge geographical area in Northern Manitoba:
The Canadian Cancer Society is a national community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life for those living with cancer.
At least 1 in 5 Canadians experience problems with alcohol, drugs or gambling during their lifetime – and make positive changes. WE'RE HERE FOR YOU.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada is a source of information about stroke, heart disease, surgeries and treatments.
A Port in the Storm is a safe haven for rural and northern adults living in Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario. Their goal is to reduce the financial burden of serious illness on those who must travel to and remain in Winnipeg to receive medical care. It is 'a place to call home'.