Housing Resource Centre
for Newcomers to Canada

Who are our Clients?

The focus of New Journey Housing is on newcomers, regardless of their immigration status or arrival date in Canada. We also serve as a resource centre for those who sponsor, support and house newcomers.

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Are You a Newcomer?

New Journey Housing defines "newcomer" as anyone who has recently moved to Canada. If you see yourself as a newcomer, you are welcome to utilize our resources and training as sources of support as you search for a home.

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Planning to Move to Winnipeg?

It is better to find a place to live once you have actually arrived here in Winnipeg. However, it is good to have as much information as possible, even before you arrive!

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New Journey Housing Holiday Hours

We want to wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! From all of us at New Journey Housing!

New Journey Housing will be CLOSED on Dec. 24th and will re-open on January 2nd, 2015 at 9:30am. Sorry about any inconvenience and we hope you have a wondering holiday season!  

New Bed Bug Resource Website

Check out the new website http://bitebackwpg.com

You'll find a lot of information about what bed bugs are, myths and facts, and tips on how to prevent or get rid of them.

New Rental Resource Booklet!

A new booklet called "Renting a Home in Manitoba" is now available! We have FREE printed copies at New Journey Housing's office or you can click HERE to download a copy. The booklet covers information about finding a home to rent and all the rules about living in a rental home. The booklet was made in partnership with Literacy Partners of Manitoba, MIRSSA, Welcome Place, IRCOM, Winnipeg Rental Network, Manitoba government and New Journey Housing.

New Journey Housing has MOVED!!

New location: 200-305 Broadway (Second floor - corner of Broadway and Donald, right above the Starbucks)

All other contact information remains the same (204-942-2238, info@newjourneyhousing.com)

New Rent Assist Program!

The Manitoba governemnt released a new program called Rent Assist. It will help low income people by providing a monthly benefit to help cover rental costs. They are two streams of the program: EIA Rent Assist and Non-EIA Rent Assist. For the Non-EIA program you can receive a maximum of $270/month. For more information click http://www.gov.mb.ca/jec/eia/rentassist/index.html

There is also an on-line calculator that will give you an estimate of how much benefit you could be eligable for. Click http://www.gov.mb.ca/jec/eia/rentassist/estimator.html


Rental Workshop
Fri, Dec 19th, 2014
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