We acknowledge that we live and work on the traditional territory of the Anishinabek Nation:
The People of the Three Fires known as Ojibway/Chippewas, Odawa, and Potawatomi Nations now homeland of the Chippewas of Saugeen and the Chippewas of Nawash the traditional keepers of this land. We also recognize the traditional homeland of the Metis Nation.
On June 2, 2022, Ontarians will vote to elect Members of the Provincial Parliament to serve in the 43rd Parliament of Ontario. Housing affordability is a critical issue that every candidate running in this election needs to focus on.
At Habitat for Humanity, we believe everyone has the right to a safe and decent place to live, and that it benefits all of society when they do. We are committed to partnering with government, other affordable housing advocates, and with communities at most risk – including people who are newcomers, racialized, and Indigenous – to tackle the housing crisis in our province. Click on the button below to learn about our affordable housing recommendations.
11.6% or 1.7 million households in Canada are living in core housing need.
9.3% of Bruce county households and 11.4% of Grey county households are living in core housing need.
The Habitat homeownership model is structured to create long-term affordability.
More than 60 families are thriving through our innovative housing solutions throughout Grey and Bruce counties. A mortgage with Habitat Grey Bruce opens access to the housing market for working families in need of a safe and affordable place to live.
Our homes are designed around the needs of each selected family, including those who require accessible features. We partner with organizations, municipalities and community partners to find innovative ways to provide housing that is not only affordable to purchase but also own over the long-term.