Métis Nation to create housing in Midland

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The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) is proud to announce the upcoming groundbreaking of a new affordable housing development in Midland, which will transform the local housing landscape for Métis citizens and respond to critical community needs.  

The groundbreaking will take place at 11 a.m. on Oct. 25 at 283 Barnett Ave., the future development site of the homes. Members of the media and local community are invited to attend.  

The groundbreaking of this affordable housing development is a beacon of hope for Midland. It addresses urgent housing needs for Métis citizens while also fostering broader community growth. Safe, affordable homes are the bedrock of thriving communities, and this project is a significant stride towards a brighter, more inclusive future.

Bill Gordon – Mayor

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    • These are purpose-built affordable rentals funded by the MNO, for their citizens. They bought the land (former St. Theresa’s) on the open market. This is good business sense and sees housing delivered by a group for their members. Not sure where you are going with the comment?

      • It seems interesting that you say the rentals are being funded by the MNO for their citizens when the funding actually comes from the federal government.

        • You are correct, some of the funding comes from the Federal government. These partnerships are exactly what is needed to get affordable housing built in Canada.

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