Today, Mayor Valérie Plante and the Minister of Health and Social Services, Lionel Carmant, announced the opening of three temporary resource centres to accommodate homeless people during the pandemic. The … Continue reading New temporary centres to accommodate homeless Montrealers during the pandemic
SIX KEY PRIORITIES
To end chronic homelessness, we must think differently and act collectively. Therefore, our work with homeless men and women is based on a comprehensive plan focused on six key areas of action:Emergency &Welcome PsychosocialSupport UrbanHealth HousingOptions Support inthe Community Knowledge Building& Sharing
Today, our President and CEO Matthew Pearce announced his plans to retire in September 2020 after nearly 13 years at the helm of the Mission, one of Canada’s foremost non-profit … Continue reading Matthew Pearce announces retirement and passes reins to James Hughes
A Remarkable Contribution to the Cause of Homelessness in Canada As the Old Brewery Mission’s President and CEO since 2008, Matthew Pearce has brought forward a new vision for resolving … Continue reading Matthew Pearce awarded Governor General’s Meritorious Service Cross
Shoshan lives across from the Maisonneuve Market in the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighborhood popularly known as HOMA. Rapidly gentrifying, the area is seeing trendy new shops and restaurants crop up, attracting younger … Continue reading Shoshan’s Message: “We’re Worth Getting Off the Street”
After experiencing May’s record-breaking temperaures, Montreal continues to be hit by heat waves as we progress into the summer amid the pandemic. Because homeless women and men can’t stay home … Continue reading Heat Wave in Times of COVID-19: Homeless and Vulnerable People Need Our Assistance
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