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Our annual Meaning of Home student writing contest is now open!

The Meaning of Home contest, a national writing contest that asks Grade 4, 5 and 6 students to share what home means to them, is now accepting entries! The contest runs from January 6 to February 21.

LCBO's provincial donation box program kicks off November 10

LCBO’s provincial donation box program kicks off on November 10, 2019, at more than 660 LCBO stores across Ontario!

Join Habitat for Humanity Canada’s national board of directors

The Nominating Committee of Habitat Canada's national board of directors is accepting applications to fill upcoming volunteer director vacancies beginning in 2020.
Contractor donating product to Habitat ReStore

Waste Reduction Week in Canada – how Habitat ReStore is making a difference

It's Waste Reduction Week in Canada! Last year, Habitat for Humanity ReStores in Canada helped divert an estimated 43,000 tons of product from landfills.

Wine Rack kicks off annual Cuve for a Cause campaign on October 14th

Wine Rack kicks off its annual Cuve for a Cause campaign, raising money for Habitat for Humanity Canada to help families build strength, stability and independence through affordable homeownership.

Teachers sign-up now! New Meaning of Home contest teacher portal

The Meaning of Home contest is a national writing contest for Grades 4, 5 and 6 students. Teachers can register for our online portal to submit class entries and access an educational module.

We are asking Canadians to make housing a federal election issue

Today is World Habitat Day and during this federal election we hope you will support housing by asking politicians how they plan to support access to decent and affordable housing for all.
Habitat Canada President and CEO, Mark Rodgers, holds cheque from Canadian Automotive Industry Build partners

Canadian Automotive Industry Build in support of Habitat Canada kicks off in Mississauga

We are proud to launch a new initiative, spearheaded by Cox Automotive Canada, that brings together nine like-minded automotive industry partners, in the first-ever Canadian Automotive Industry Build.

Mark Rodgers announces resignation as President and CEO of Habitat Canada

After almost 18 years with Habitat for Humanity, the last five as the President and CEO of Habitat Canada, Mark Rodgers has decided to leave Habitat Canada to embark on a new opportunity.