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Calgary Tiny Home Village For Homeless Veterans To Open Next Year

We have to have the back of those who stood on guard for our country.

By Michelle Butterfield
An artist rendering of the community set to open in Calgary next spring.

 A village of tiny houses for homeless veterans is set to become a reality in Calgary, and the man behind the project hopes cities across the country will consider setting up similar plans.

The project will see 18 homes and a communal building placed on a parcel of land in the community of Forest Lawn in the spring of 2019, pending approval from city council next month.
A visualization of what the completed Homes for Heroes project will look like.
Howard said he's excited to see the first village open but hopes the project will grow. He said he'd like to see at least two similar villages in every major city across the country...

Calgary Tiny Home Village For Homeless Veterans Set To Open Next Year | HuffPost Canada 

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