This annual report marks the conclusion of End Homelessness Winnipeg’s third full year of operation – a good time to consider progress on the elements of the 10-year Plan to End Homelessness in Winnipeg, as well as the community’s progress on four priorities: preventing homelessness, increasing housing supply, providing supports, and using evaluation and shared […]
Through research and consultation, End Homelessness Winnipeg’s Housing Models and Development Working Group has identified housing development priorities from 2018-2025. This updated edition of the Housing Models and Development Framework charts priority areas in housing supply and access for different models including Transitional housing, Supportive housing, Social housing and private rental market housing: Housing Models and Development Framework Edition […]
We are looking for volunteers to help make this first annual Service Sector Expo a super success!
With winter upon us, a network of agencies have activated the Winnipeg Extreme Cold Weather Response Plan.
Please check out our November/December 2017 Newsletter to find out what we’ve been up to.
This is Canada’s first ever national housing strategy. This strategy will deliver will deliver an additional $16.1 billion in federal housing investment to provinces and territories
Read about the definition of Indigenous Homelessness in Canada written by Jesse Thistle, P.E. Trudeau and Vanier Scholar.
The 5th annual National Conference on Ending Homelessness is taking place in Winnipeg from October 25 to 27, 2017.
Highlights from our second year: 2016-17. Our work cannot occur without our community’s commitment.
An exhibition of work by local artist Leonard Bighetty is being held at Maison des Artistes.