Dritan and Peter try to convince Pachi - mascot for the 2015 Pan Am / Parapan Am Games - to join Wigwamen's maintenance team.
Wigwamen will be acquiring this 145-unit apartment building when the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games have ended.
This Pan Am/Parapan Am athletes' residence will be converted to affordable 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments.
Artists abound at the 2014 Wigwamen Annual Picnic.
Winners of the 2014 Wigwamen Scholarships!
Beautiful garden from the 2014 Flower Power contest.
Sewells super, “Auntie Donna”, and her super dog, Pebbles.
The new nine-plex at 160 Kenwood Avenue is nearing completion.
Place Perrault in Orleans is complete and occupied!
Founded in 1972, Wigwamen Incorporated, a non-profit and charitable organization, is Ontario’s oldest and largest urban Aboriginal housing provider. With 214 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 in Ottawa, Wigwamen is committed to providing decent, safe and affordable housing to thousands of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal families, singles and seniors.
NEW AND NOTEWORTHY: Wigwamen Incorporated is very pleased to have been selected to purchase one of the two Pan Am/Parapan Am Games Athletes' Village buildings after the 2015 games have ended! This venture will enable us to provide 145 more units of affordable housing in the City of Toronto.
Another current project involves transforming a former four-plex at 160 Kenwood Avenue to a nine-plex, resulting in an additional five units of affordable housing.