Oshawa, Ontario – Members of the Canadian Auto Workers Union (CAW) Local 222 attended a ceremony in Oshawa, Ontario to relocate a Habitat for Humanity house originally built with volunteers from the union local and with assistance from the Michael ‘Pinball’ Clemons Foundation.
The Nolan family, who will live in the house, were on hand for the groundbreaking ceremony.
The house was first completed during Grey Cup Week last November in downtown Toronto, outside the Rogers Centre. The initial project and its location were geared to raise awareness about the need for more affordable housing across Canada. Following the build, the house was disassembled and moved, and will soon be reassembled in Oshawa for use.