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Habitat for Humanity honours Grey Bruce program

Habitat for Humanity honours Grey Bruce program

TORONTO — Habitat for Humanity Grey Bruce has been honoured as an Expanded Impact winner by Habitat for Humanity Canada as the national housing agency announced 12 local Habitat programs for exceptional achievement in providing housing in 2023.

The national honourees were announced May 14. In addition, Habitat for Humanity Northwest Territories’ board chair Dave Hurley and Habitat for Humanity Southern Alberta’s CEO Gerrad Oishi both received the Terry Petkau Legacy Award for long-time leadership and record of accomplishments.

In 2023 Habitat for Humanity Grey Bruce partnered with 12 families, a 200 per cent increase in families served; assisted 34 families through its ReStore Community Services program; and supported 77 Saugeen Ojibway Nation members with home renovations. Habitat Grey Bruce also hosted 47 youth participants through 61 skill-building training events at its First Nations build sites.

“Congratulations to this year’s award winners,” said Julia Deans, CEO of Habitat for Humanity Canada, in a statement. “These awards highlight the exceptional work of local Habitats at a time when innovation, partnerships and leadership are critical to responding to Canada’s housing crisis, and to helping us fulfill Habitat for Humanity’s vision and mission in Canada and around the world.”

The Environment and Sustainability winner was Habitat Southeast BC, which achieved its province’s highest energy efficiency rating of Step Code 5 on its four-unit townhome build in Castlegar.

Innovation winners were Habitat Nova Scotia’s ReStore, and Habitat Peterborough and Kawartha Region. Family Partnership winners included Habitat Red Deer and Habitat Southern Alberta.

The Community Outreach winner was Habitat Okanagan, which raised $173,000 in lottery revenue in 2023. Winners of One Habitat awards included Habitats Hamilton, Huronia, New Brunswick, Okanagan and Prince Edward-Hastings.

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