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New Montreal day shelter opens its doors – Nunatsiaq News

by ahnationtalk on November 26, 2019123 Views

26 November, 2019

“The Resilience day shelter will enable the homeless in Cabot Square area to obtain essential services”

When Montreal’s frigid winter temperatures start to set in, women and men who are living on the city’s downtown streets will have a new place to warm up during the day—the Resilience Montreal Day Shelter.

The shelter has been open for less than two weeks.

The ribbon cutting took place on Nov. 14, when Nakuset, the executive director of the Montreal Native Women’s Shelter, and Sheila Woodhouse, the executive director of the Nazareth Community, and other officials participated in the official opening of the shelter at 4000 Ste-Catherine St. W.

That’s right at the corner of Atwater Ave. and across from Cabot Square, which has long been a favourite hangout of Inuit who are in Montreal.

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