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Strong Communities - An Action Plan

Manitoba Housing and Community Development, together with our community partners, is working to create strong, healthy and sustainable communities across our province. We are building for the future through innovative thinking and a renewed commitment to housing and community development as a provincial priority.

Created in consultation with the stakeholders, Strong Communities: An Action Plan (PDF) recognizes that affordability, suitability and quality are the essential building blocks of healthy homes. We also acknowledge that housing exists within the community, not separate from it, and is central to the development of our neighbourhoods, towns and cities and the people who live in them. We know that housing plays a stabilizing and facilitating role in strengthening economic growth and providing a foundation for healthy outcomes. Our plan introduces new goals to support community and economic development, including training and employment initiatives, capturing local purchasing opportunities, and stewardship of the environment while reaffirming past priorities to sustain and improve existing social housing and develop new housing options for Manitobans.

Strong Communities: An Action Plan (PDF)

Strong Communities - An Action Plan



Programs, Eligibility and How to Apply for Housing: Manitoba Housing provides a wide array of affordable and subsidized rental housing options for individuals, seniors, and families who are living on low to moderate-income.

Manitoba Housing Repair Programs: Manitoba Housing provides a wide array of affordable housing development and repair options for homeowners, landlords, housing developers, housing co-operatives and shelters for individuals who are living on low-to-moderate income.

Home Ownership Programs: Families with low to moderate income may be eligible for financial assistance to purchase a single family home or a semi-detached home or to buy a share in an affordable housing co-operative (co-op).

Communities and Tenants: Manitoba Housing is working with tenants and community organizations to create stronger communities through housing solutions

Housing News: Manitoba Housing provides housing leadership that contributes to the health, social and economic well-being of all Manitobans.

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