Alcoholics Anonymous in Manitoba

A.A. Information, Meeting Directories, and Events in Manitoba (Area 80)

Service Opportunities

Area 80 Web Team needs a new Webmaster!

The Webmaster plays a big part in keeping the website running smoothly. With
thousands of visits to the site each month, this service role keeps Alcoholics Anonymous accessible
online to anyone searching for vital information about AA in Manitoba. You need a technical
background, and if you have experience as a Webmaster or Web Developer, even better! Training and
support are available. Detailed Job Description

Please contact the Area 80 Web Chair email at for more information.


There is a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes at an A.A. meeting. The people who make those meetings happen are not paid employees. They are A.A. members who volunteer to be of service to others.

There is a phrase commonly heard at AA meetings, “you have to give it away to keep it”. Acts of service not only help the people getting help to stay sober, but they also help the person doing the service stay sober too.

There are many rewards when doing service work. We re-learn things like gratitude, humility, trust, love and the sense of accomplishment that comes from giving back what has been so freely given to us.

We need you!!

To help carry the message to the still suffering alcoholic, to support our members and to contribute to our fellowship

The following are all great opportunities to enhance your sobriety

Members are needed for the following service positions:

A.A. Manitoba Central Office

Manitoba Central Office is OPEN during regular office hours: 11:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday.

Member(s) capable of covering for our Central Office manager when she is on holidays or ill. Please call 942-0126


Corrections Needs You.    (Excellent Service Opportunities)

See poster.Corrections Call to Action    AA Call to Action rev 3. january 25^J2023

Treatment Service Opportunities.

See Poster.  Treatment March 2023

The Web Team wants YOU!

Every month, receives approximately 7,000 visits, as visitors search for information about Alcoholics Anonymous in Manitoba.The Area 80 Web Team is seeking AA members to volunteer to keep the our meeting list and event calendar current. Are you able to send an email or type a letter in Word? Then you can enter updates on the website! No web experience is necessary and training will be provided. You can be a part of this vital service.

Please email the Area 80 Web Chair if you would like to help carry the message by joining the Web Team!


Meetings are second Sunday monthly 11:30 am at Central Office
Whenever a society or civilization perishes there is always one condition present; they forgot where they came from.
—Carl Sandburg
Like any other A.A. service, the primary purpose of those involved in archival work is to carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous. Archives service work is more than mere custodial activity; it is the means by which we collect, preserve, and share the rich and mean- ingful heritage of our Fellowship. It is by the collection and sharing of these important historical elements that our collective gratitude for Alcoholics Anonymous is deepened.
A.A. members have a responsibility to gather and care for the Fellowship’s historical documents and memorabilia. Correspondence, records, minutes, reports, photographs, newspaper and magazine articles from the past and the present should be collected, pre- served, and made available for the guidance and research of A.A. members and others (researchers, historians, and scholars from vari- ous disciplines) — for now and for generations to come.
Many areas, districts, intergroup/central offices, and groups have elected to develop archives collections to preserve their own local history. These guidelines have been developed to assist with these efforts.
An excerpt from A.A.. Guidelines on Archives (MG-17)

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The Remotes Committee

The Remotes Committee invites you to join us at Central Office or on Zoom. Committee meetings are listed here:  We are looking for old and new committee members to establish a robust active committee to serve all remote comminities in Manitoba.

The main task of this Remote Communities workgroup is to bring help and support to districts who have in
their midst communities who are different by their language and culture and location. We do this by utilizing the Tele-Health system, by 12 step “road trips” and personal emails, phone calls. We also co-ordinate with Bridging The Gap, other Area80 committees and all districts.

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