Main Street Project receives funding to upgrade facility

Winnipeg community health agency, Main Street Project receives $10.6 million in federal funding to upgrade their facility and expand social services. Temi Olatunde reports.

By CityNews Staff

Winnipeg’s community health agency — Main Street Project — is receiving $10.6 million in federal funding to upgrade one of its health centres.

The organization supports those experiencing homelessness, addictions and mental health challenges.

Their Martha Street facility will receive modern improvements to make it more accessible and will transform the former emergency shelter into a space to provide expanded social services.


Building upgrades will also be energy-efficient and are expected to reduce energy consumption by an estimated 45 per cent.

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