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Honouring
Courage

Candace House is expanding. Join us in creating more healing and heart spaces for families impacted by violent crime.

Welcome to

Candace House

Candace House is a first-of-its-kind organization providing wrap-around support in a comforting home-like day refuge for victims, survivors, and families who have lost a loved one to violent crime.

80+

Families
supported

700+

Unique loved ones supported

880+

Hours of court
accompaniment
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Behind every number
is a person and a family.

Recent News

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Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge we are on First Nations land, Turtle Island, inhabited by First Nations from time immemorial.

For thousands of years, First Nations people - the Anishinaabe, Cree, Dakota, Dene, and Anishininew Nations - walked and lived on this land and knew it to be the center of their lives and spirituality. The Anishinaabe call this land Manitou Ahbee, the place where the Creator resides.

We acknowledge this became the homeland of the Métis people.

We acknowledge and welcome the many people from countries all over the world who have come to join us, Turtle Island's First Nations, in calling this land our home.

We acknowledge we are now all bound together by Treaty 1.

- Theodore Fontaine

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