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Bawating Urban Indigenous Committee backs ma...

Jan 07, 2019
The Bawating Urban Indigenous Committee fully supports Mayor Provenzano’s open letter MPP Ross Romano, Minister of Health and Long-term Care Christine Elliott, and CEO of the North East Local Health I [more]
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MMIWG Inquiry will fail women and families i...

Dec 18, 2018
We know that Indigenous women and girls are over-represented in Human Trafficking and they continue to be societies most vulnerable and targeted group due to systemic racism and gender discrimination.
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Crisis Helpline for Indigenous Women to Expa...

Oct 19, 2018
A support helpline run by Indigenous women for Indigenous women will be expanded from northern Ontario to the entire province to help those in distress.
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World Homeless Day – Braving the Rain

Oct 18, 2018
On October 10th, 2018, Ontario Aboriginal Housing Services (OAHS) honoured World Homeless Day by having a 24-hour Sacred Fire. This is the first teepee and traditional spirit fire to go up at Ontario [more]
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OAHS Sacred Fire on World Homeless Day ̵...

Oct 05, 2018
We will be having a Sacred Fire at 500 Bay Street on October 10th at 10:00 am until October 11th at 10:00 am to honor World Homeless Day.
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Council approves land gift to OAHS for Indig...

Sep 25, 2018
Thunder Bay city council approved gifting a parcel of property on South Junot Avenue adjacent to the Superior North EMS headquarters to Ontario Aboriginal Housing Services to build a transitional home [more]
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Thunder Bay councillors set to review land d...

Sep 24, 2018
Council is expected to gift a piece of land to Ontario Aboriginal Housing Services on South Junot Avenue, next to the EMS base. The land will be used to construct a youth transition home. The estimate [more]
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CHRA’s Fall 2018 Indigenous Quarterly ...

Sep 07, 2018
"Don believed that strong partnerships and coming together, was critical in addressing Indigenous homelessness and housing. In that spirit, the Indigenous Caucus and OAHS stand as Don’s legacy."
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Dryden Identified in Troubling Homelessness ...

Aug 03, 2018
The Kenora District Services Board conducted a study in the communities it serves, resulting in 393 people admitting to being without a home.
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Indigenous Housing Providers Raise Alarms Ab...

Aug 01, 2018
OAHS' Executive Director, Justin Marchand participated in an interview with CBC News to discuss the implications of expiring Federal funding for subsidized operating agreements. 
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OAHS Looks to Partner with Thunder Bay to De...

Jun 07, 2018
City administration in Thunder Bay, Ont., will take a closer look at a proposal by a Ontario Aboriginal Housing Services to acquire land in the city to build affordable housing.
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The District of Sault Ste. Marie Social Serv...

Jun 04, 2018
The District of Sault Ste. Marie Social Services Administration Board is receiving over $2.2 Million from the Province of Ontario to support new Child Care and EarlyON programs for Indigenous children [more]
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