Commit to Kids and Youth Safety at 4-H in Canada Training

Reminder that all Leaders must complete this training.  Please click here for information on how to access 4-H Learns, where you take the Commit to Kids training.  NOTE: You only need to take the full training once.  A refresher training is being developed.

Additional dates for Youth Safety at 4-H in Canada training have been scheduled in April.  Sessions will be held via Zoom on April 10 at 1 p.m. and April 15 at 7 p.m.  Please watch for an email with Zoom links for the April sessions.

Insurance Overview Document

For information on the insurance policies covering the activities of 4-H Canada and provincial 4-H organizations, please refer to this document which is intended to be a quick reference guide for staff and Boards, 4-H leaders and volunteers across Canada.

New Food Safety Certification Tool Available to 4-H Manitoba Clubs

A new free Food Safety Knowledge course can be used to obtain the certification required to be a Club in Good Standing at 4-H Manitoba.  Please click here for more information.  Participants should submit the email acknowledging completion of the course to the provincial office.  There is no requirement to purchase a certificate.  The Food Safety Connection flyer in the Head Leader Binder contains a website link that is no longer available.

Beef Tokens

The Manitoba Hereford Association would like to hear from 4-H members if their project animal is Hereford or Hereford influence.  The organization has tokens for 4-Hers, whose names will also be entered into a draw for a $500 voucher towards the purchase of a Hereford animal.  Contact Jay Rimke at for more details.

Information about all breed contacts can be found here.

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