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Canadian Leadership in a Deeply Insecure World

An Open Letter to Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
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Habitat for Humanity Canada kicks off national student writing contest

Students in grades 4, 5 and 6 are invited to share what home means to them in an annual national writing contest that is now open and accepting entries.
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Rosalynn Carter 1927-2023

Habitat Canada offers our sincere condolences to President Carter and the Carter family on the passing of former First Lady of the United States Rosalynn Carter.
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Homeowners and Renters Reaching a Breaking Point

Habitat for Humanity Canada released results of annual survey revealing Canadians’ attitudes towards the affordable housing crisis and sheds light on the growing barriers to housing and homeownership.

Eleven local Habitats recognized as national award winners announced

From May 10-12, Habitat for Humanity Canada held its National Conference and AGM in Winnipeg, Manitoba, celebrating the achievements of local Habitats during its National Award Celebration Gala.

Welcome to new national board member Victoria Barclay

Victoria joins Habitat Canada as a Fora: Network for Change's Girls on Boards Young Director. She is a Master of Arts student at the University of British Columbia in the Department of Sociology.

Meaning of Home contest opens today

Grades 4, 5 and 6 students share what home means to them in a national writing contest that is now open today until February 24, 2023.

A life well lived - Terry Petkau

Terry Petkau, a beloved member of the Habitat family and Habitat for Humanity Canada staff member, has passed away.

What if everyone in Canada had a safe and affordable place to call home?

As we mark National Housing Day on November 22, it is time for us to recognize that our communities are in trouble, with too many people struggling to stay properly housed.