End Homelessness Winnipeg will work with a group of Indigenous-led organizations to open a new warming space that will provide up to 150 overnight beds for those facing homelessness this winter. The province announced $1.5 million in funding for End Homelessness Winnipeg on Friday to open the space at 190 Disraeli Freeway - a site provided by a private-sector partner. The goal is to provide a place where people can not only get out of the cold, but access the resources they need to address some of the issues in their lives, said Jason Whitford, chief executive officer of End Homelessness Winnipeg.

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