Over the past 3 decades we’ve been doing diverse work in the community. Here is a little sample of past, on-going and upcoming projects that help shed some light on the work we do.
Pan Canadian Voice for Women's Housing
Pan-Canadian Voice for Women’s Housing (PCVWH) is a national-in-scope project that is born out of an annual symposium for women across Canada, where discussions have focused on housing policy with an intersectional lens and a goal to make women-focused housing a priority. The symposium has been held annually since 2017.
Learn about our new development that will provide 89 units of housing for women, women and children and for women-headed families, 100 per cent of which will be nonmarket and affordable.
420 Hawks Ave
Learn about our newest housing development where moms, grandmas, sisters, aunties and cousins create a loving environment to raise children together.
Find out how women affected by violence can use art to overcome barriers to employment and to attain financial independence.
Oneesan Container Housing Project
Check out pictures, construction facts, and more information about Canada’s first Upcycled Shipping Container Housing Development.
Yayem Digital Storytelling
Watch, listen and be inspired by digital storytelling created by youth and mentors diverse in age, race/ethnicity, religion, class, ability, sex, gender identity, and sexual orientation.