Innomar Strategies, building communities since 2001

Sitting at a kitchen table in Burlington in 2001, Guy Payette and his partners formed the innovative Integrated Service Model that would become Innomar Strategies. Payette recalls that the idea was born while assisting his mother when she was diagnosed with cancer. Payette says there were noticeable gaps in healthcare service, particularly in the areas of product access and patient care. His expertise and knowledge of how to navigate and access the system helped his mother, but it became apparent to him that some people would end up fall...Read More

Breaking the cycle of homelessness with Habitat

Housing operates on a continuum. On one side there are homeowners. This is the part of the continuum Habitat does its work. We offer a hand-up to families and individuals who are unable to achieve homeownership due to other obstacles in their lives (financial constraints, illness, etc.). On the other side of the continuum is precarious living and homelessness. Changes to one side of the continuum can have huge repercussions for the other. For example, homelessness emerged as a social problem in the 1980s due to policy changes in affordable housing and reduction in social spending for all Canadian provinces. Mass homelessness has since become widespread in all our communities with 235,000 Canadians being homeless each year. Read More

Improving Health with Habitat Homes

Health and housing are interconnected. This link has grown from the widespread adoption of public health practices to combat communicable diseases. As populations soared in numbers and more nations prospered, the gap in positive health outcomes between populations became much more apparent and more difficult to ignore. Today there is a growing consensus that avoidable health inequalities can best be tackled through addressing the root causes of these problems. The root causes of health inequalities are known as the social determinants of he...Read More

Meet Our Team

Senior Leadership Team John Gerrard Chief Executive Sarah Reaume Senior Director Strategic Initiatives Jackie Isada Director of Government & Community Stakeholder Relations Mark Jambrovic Director of Revenue Operations Julie Svensson Watt Director of Communications Gary Wiebe Director of Construction Board of Directors [siteorigin_widget class="SiteOrigin_Widget_Image_Widget"][/siteori...Read More

Who We Are

About Us   Our Vision A world where everyone has a decent place to live. Our Mission At Habitat for Humanity Halton Mississauga, our Mission is to use our knowledge, skills, community relationships, volunteers and other resources to build strength, stability and independence through affordable homeownership. Our Strategic Plan In 2014, Habitat for Humanity Halton-Mississauga set the goal of building 75 homes by 2019. Compared to the fact we have historically built one home per year on average, this was a lofty goal. However, we are very ...Read More