A Port in the Storm will be closing its operations as of July 31, 2020. We are committed to accommodating and supporting our current guests until then,
however, we regret we can no longer take new bookings. Thank you for your understanding.

A Port In The Storm | Safe, Affordable accommodations for critical illness patients - Winnipeg, Canada

COVID-19 Announcement

We are taking the necessary precautions outlined by the Government of Manitoba and have reduced our on-site office hours for essential services only to the following:

Tuesdays 8:30–11:30 AM
Thursdays 8:30–11:30 AM

Read our full announcement

Recent Updates

Winter 2019 Newsletter (PDF Download)
Food with Friends Program (PDF Download)
Annual Report 2018-2019 (PDF Download)
Spring 2019 Donor Update (PDF Download)

Office Hours

Tue & Thu – 8:30am-11:30am
All other times – Closed

Inquires after hours, call: 204.799.9433

A Port in the Storm will close its doors effective July 31, 2020

After eight years of serving our rural and northern neighbours, A Port in the Storm will permanently close its doors on July 31, 2020.

The comfort, safety, and security of A Port in the Storm guests remains our priority, and we will continue housing guests between now and July 31.

Thank you to the many generous donors, stakeholders, volunteers, and staff who made it possible to help people receiving medical care and their families over the past eight years. You have had a profound impact on many lives.

Read the full message from Rob Elder, President and Chair


Meet Albert & Liana

Lyle & Kim - A Port In The Storm - Safe, Affordable accommodations for critical illness patients - Winnipeg, Canada

When the couple flew to Winnipeg for an MRI, staying two nights in a hotel, they discovered another distressing aspect. “I’ve always had sympathy for people who have cancer or any medical problem where they have to go somewhere else. Now I have complete empathy, because nobody tells you all the things that come with it.”

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Donors

The Harding Community Club raised over $7,200 from various fundraisers throughout the summer and fall. They have chosen to designate their funds to the Adopt-a-Suite program and help keep families together. Thank-you!

The Harding Community Club raised over $7,200 from various fundraisers throughout the summer and fall. They have chosen to designate their funds to the Adopt-a-Suite program and help keep families together. Thank-you!

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