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We collaborate with the best providers throughout Winnipeg to extend our vision - Our shared vision is to lead the industry by providing quality multi-family homes that people are proud to call home.

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Professional Property Management Association

The PPMA was first organized in 1984 and currently represents 60,000 rental units, over 1/3 of the total rental universe in Manitoba and 60% within Winnipeg - both private and public sector housing - 64 property owners and managers and over 126 Associate members from the supply industry. PPMA is the sole voice for the residential rental industry in Manitoba.

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Habitat For Humanity

The HFHW was incorporated in 1987 and owes its start to the 1985 Mennonite Economic Development Associates' annual convention in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. It was at the convention that Winnipeg's Al Doerksen took inspiration from Millard Fuller's keynote speech that chronicled his journey of providing housing to those in need. Mr. Doerksen was so moved by Fuller's exuberant vision to build houses for those less fortunate that upon returning home, shared his enthusiasm with friend Paul Hiebert and urged him to sign up for Habitat's next Blitz Build in Chicago. The two friends also recruited Jake Pauls and Hugo Jantz and together they served at the 1986 Jimmy Carter Chicago Work Project. Caught up in the movement, they returned to Winnipeg the following year and started the first large city Habitat affiliate in Canada to help eliminate poverty housing. The first Habitat Winnipeg office was located in a church basement on Church Street. Today, the vision has become a reality.

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Nature Manitoba (Manitoba Chimney Swift Initiative)

The Manitoba Chimney Swift Initiative is supported by the Government of Canada’s Habitat Stewardship Program (HSP) and from the Winnipeg Foundation. In previous years, the Manitoba Chimney Swift Initiative has received grants from the Manitoba Conservation Endangered Species and Biodiversity Fund and from their Sustainable Development Innovations Fund (SDIF) and from Environment Canada’s EcoAction Community Funding program and Environmental Damages Fund. The project has also received support from Manitoba Hydro, the Lady Gray’l Fund, the James L. Baillie Memorial Fund from Bird Studies Canada. and other sources.

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