THE FIRST HOUSE – Habitat for Humanity volunteers work on a triplex in the Takhini River subdivision, one of the Champagne and Ashihik First Nations’ four communities. This is the first Habitat build on First Nations settlement land (top). PARTNERSHIP IN ACTION – Stewart Hardacre, the president of Habitat for Humanity Canada, Chief James Allen, of the Champagne and Ashihik First Nations, and National Chief Shawn Atleo, of the Assembly of First Nations, pose for photos in front of the build site.
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