The Personal Care Home of Choice for Winnipeg’s Jewish Community

Welcome to our home.

Above all else, that’s what The Saul and Claribel Simkin Centre is—a home. It’s a sparkling, 200-bed facility in south Winnipeg where people who can no longer live independently come to live their remaining years in dignity and with professional care, in a robust and friendly social environment steeped in Yiddishkeit.

Read more about the Centre >The Saul and Claribel Simkin Centre is a not-for-profit, government-funded facility that honours Jewish values and traditions while welcoming seniors of all backgrounds.

From The Blog

The Tailor Project

The Simkin Centre has been asked to post information about this Project.  If you know of someone who came to Canada in 1948 and 1949 as a tailor or to work in the garment manufacturing industry contact information for the Project is included below. In 1947 the Canadian Jewish Congress, Jewish Immigration Aid Society, and […]

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Thank You Steven Hyman Family

Hyman Family Spiritual Care Fund We would like to thank Steven Hyman, Ilana Abrams, and their children, Adam and Danielle, for establishing the Hyman Family Spiritual Care Fund at the Jewish Foundation of Manitoba. The annual distribution from the Fund will help support The Simkin Centre’s Spiritual Care Program. On behalf of the Hyman Family […]

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Shabbat Dinner – A Success!

On Friday, November 2, 2018,  The Simkin Centre hosted a Shabbat Dinner in the Centre’s Atrium.  The Dinner served as a fundraiser for the Centre’s Spiritual Care Program. Over 75 people were in attendance. Steven Hyman, our lay Rabbi, lead the Erev Shabbat services, with prayers also read by Selma Gilfix, Sid Halpern, and Adam […]

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