Creating Affordable Housing

Safe, quality and affordable housing strengthens families and creates stability in neighbourhoods. Housing improvement priorities are outlined in a housing […]

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Building Strong Partnerships Builds Strong Communities

Improving neighbourhoods and the quality of life for the residents is best achieved when government and the community work as […]

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Reducing Homelessness

Homelessness projects are designed to help the most vulnerable people access the resources they need to lead a healthy and […]

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Investing in the Future

Empowering community groups to make decisions about their neighbourhoods and services and giving them the resources to effect change, is vital so they can continue to live in the neighbourhood of their choice.

Involving residents directly in the planning and rebuilding of their neighbourhoods instills pride in those who live there and leads to healthier, safer communities. It is also an investment in the future of our communities, our families and our youth.

Through strategic planning, new and innovative approaches and a shared commitment towards housing renewal and addressing homelessness, the WHHI and the community are helping transform inner-city neighbourhoods into vibrant, desirable places to live.

Programs - Homeowners and Residents

Homelessness proposals are based on the Winnipeg Community Plan 2011 - 2014. This plan ensures a community-driven and coordinated effort is in place to plan and implement homelessness initiatives that help prevent or alleviate homelessness in Winnipeg.

Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RRAP)

RRAP is a forgivable loan designed to help low-income households and landlords make necessary repairs to bring their properties up […]

Minimum Home Repair Program (MHRP)

The MHRP is a City of Winnipeg program that provides financial assistance to owner-occupants to undertake minor critical repairs required […]

Neighbourhood Housing Assistance (NHA)

The NHA program is a forgivable loan up to a maximum of $10,000.00 that is to be used for major […]


The Government of Canada, The Province of Manitoba and the City of Winnipeg will continue to work together in partnership to provide affordable housing while working towards solutions to homelessness. 

Please see the following for more information:

Government of Canada – CMHC – Canada’s national housing agency

Government of Canada‚Äôs Homelessness Partnering Strategy

The Province of Manitoba – Housing and Community Development (HCD)

The Province of Manitoba – HCD Strong Communities – An Action Plan

City of Lethbridge: Residential Roofing Company Lethbridge

City of Winnipeg: Planning, Property & Development: Housing Programs