We run a housing first program and own and operate a permanent supported housing building called Canora Place with 30 men and women who require a higher level of support than clients in our housing first program.
We own a social enterprise that employs vulnerable men and women providing on the job training and development paying a living wage.
We operate a medical clinic providing primary care to vulnerable populations at our
community health centre.
Our Food4Good program develops food security for community members through community gardens (4o to date), collective kitchens providing cooking and nutrition lessons, and with pop up markets providing food access and choice at 60-70% below market pricing.