Habitat Building In Owen Sound, Nawash This Summer – Bayshore Broadcasting News Centre

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Habitat Building In Owen Sound, Nawash This Summer – Bayshore Broadcasting News Centre

by ahnationtalk on August 4, 202018 Views

August 4, 2020

A project at the First Nation continues, while a semi-detached home is being built on the site of a former duplex destroyed in 2015 Owen Sound arsons.

Work is getting underway on a Habitat for Humanity Grey Bruce building site in Owen Sound.

Habitat is working on four homes locally, this summer.

One is a duplex in Owen Sound and two are part of an ongoing development at the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation on the Bruce Peninsula.

Local Habitat Executive Director Greg Fryer says excavation of the Owen Sound build site on 4th Avenue East began last week. It is being built on the site of a former duplex that was burned down during the 2015 arson spree in the city.

Fryer says it will be a semi-detached house with two homes for two families. One family is a single mother with two children and the other is a couple with two children.

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