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Pathway Non Profit Housing

3420 The Collegeway, Mississauga L5L 5T2, Ontario, Regional Municipality of Peel, Canada

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PROVIDING OUTSTANDING PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERVICE SINCE 1987
Pathway was founded by Solel Congregation of Mississauga, Streetsville United Church, and the Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga to address the need for affordable housing in Peel Region. Our mission is rooted in the conviction that of faith that all human beings deserve to have their fundamental needs met.

The mission of Pathway is: To provide decent and affordable housing that nurtures community and well being of people of no, low, or modest income.
Establishment year:
1960
Employees:
10
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3420 The Collegeway, Mississauga L5L 5T2, Ontario, Regional Municipality of Peel, Canada
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