Place Perrault is scheduled to be ready for occupancy in April, 2014.
Vice-President Donna Niven and President Bill Kinoshameg with the first round of 2013 Wigwamen Scholarship winners.
Place Perrault - a new 41 unit affordable housing project in Ottawa! Footings in the ground.
Wigwamen's 2013 annual barbeque for tenants at Christie Pitts Park.
Framers erecting the basement walls of Place Perrault.
2013 Flower Power Contest entry.
Just another brick in the wall?
Sewells super, “Auntie Donna”, and her super dog, Pebbles.
View from unit on west side of building.
Founded in 1972, Wigwamen Incorporated is Ontario’s oldest and largest urban Native housing provider. With 230 units scattered throughout the City of Toronto, a 92-unit apartment building for families and singles in Scarborough, a 60-unit apartment building in Northeast Scarborough, a 103-unit apartment complex for seniors in downtown Toronto, and a brand new 41-unit apartment building under construction in Ottawa, Wigwamen is committed to providing decent, safe and affordable housing to thousands of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal families, singles and seniors.
Wigwamen Non-Profit Residential Corp. delivers the Ontario Aboriginal Housing Support Services Centre’s (OAHSSC) “Rural and Native Housing Program” in a number of communities across Ontario.
Wigwamen Non-Profit is also responsible for delivery of the City and County of Peterborough’s “Peterborough Renovates Program” (PRP) for homeowners and for persons with disabilities living in the City or County of Peterborough.