Indwell in the News

Sylvia Harris and 1 more

Housing solutions waiting to be imagined

Parkdale Landing converted a former tavern and rooming house into 57 new affordable, supported apartments for tenants experienced with homelessness. The project was made possible by aligning the goals and funds of community and civic partners, and provides an example for how we tackle our affordable housing crisis as a community. – George Qua-Enoo photo

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Monte Sonnenberg

Mayor pushes back on social housing plan

Staff seeks partnership on Norfolk Inn redevelopment A contentious debate over affordable housing is taking shape at Norfolk council. Housing affordability has emerged as a major issue across Canada in recent months. In response, officials in Ottawa and Queen’s Park have suggested that senior governments will have to play a larger role in this area.

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Kathleen Saylors

Bullwinkle’s to reopen at new Woodstock location

Bullwinkle’s, a popular pay-what-you-can restaurant has a new location in Harvey Woods Lofts, Operation Sharing announced on Tuesday, May 14. Pictured, executive director Stephen Giuliano, chef Vanessa Page and Indwell regional manager Natasha Thuemler. (Kathleen Saylors/Woodstock Sentinel-Review)  A popular pay-what-you-can eatery shuttered last month announced a reopening date and new location Tuesday. Bullwinkle’s Eatery, run

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Laura Clementson

NDP leader optimistic about winning federal seats in Hamilton

Federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh stopped in Hamilton Friday. NDP MP for Hamilton Mountain, Scott Duvall, Hamilton Centre candidate, Matthew Green and Hamilton East-Stoney Creek hopeful, Nick Milanovic were with Singh. (Justin Mowat/CBC) Federal NDP leader Jagmmet Singh says he’s optimistic about his party’s prospects for winning Hamilton seats in the federal election this fall,

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