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Feb
13 2012

Stewart Hardacre

Affordable housing, Partnership, Advocacy

President & CEO, Habitat for Humanity Canada, http://www.habitat.ca/

Building simple, decent, and affordable housing, Stewart Hardacre, President and CEO of Habitat for Humanity Canada, discusses how they empower change and break the cycle of poverty.  Defining the housing need in Canada, he traces the application and selection process as well as the Habitat for Humanity Canada funding. As they offer a 'hand up' to hundreds of Canadians across the country, Stewart Hardacre explains how the real magic is what happens after the 'Habitat' experience. Learn how Habitat for Humanity has successfully grown in size. Learn what challenges Habitat for Humanity Canada has going forward. Learn how the strength of the Habitat brand has helped.

 



Interview Date: February 2012



Stewart Hardacre: Blog

Oct 12 2012

CASCADES LAUNCHES MY PRETTY PLAYHOUSE IN SUPPORT OF HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

from: HFHC News

Syndicated from: HFHC News

Kingsey Falls, September 17, 2012 – Cascades is pleased to present its new
cardboard playhouse for children, My Pretty Playhouse, made from 100% recycled
cardboard. Cascades is also proud to announce its partnership with Habitat for
Humanity, whose mi…

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Oct 01 2012

AFFORDABLE HOUSING A GROWING BUT INVISIBLE PROBLEM: WORLD HABITAT DAY SURVEY

from: HFHC News

Syndicated from: HFHC News

TORONTO, October 1, 2012 – Today, on World Habitat Day, Habitat for Humanity Canada’s National Leadership Council released survey results showing that while 64 percent of Canadians believe housing will be less affordable in the future, few feel afford…

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Oct 01 2012

AFFORDABLE HOUSING

from: HFHC News

Syndicated from: HFHC News

TORONTO, October 1, 2012 – Today, on World Habitat Day, Habitat for Humanity Canada’s National Leadership Council released survey results showing that while 64 percent of Canadians believe housing will be less affordable in the future, few feel afford…

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