Looking to the Future of Community Inclusion

A food forest for all at Clements’ South End location

The new Stanko-Casswell Place is a centre of friendship and empowerment. We plan to bring this centre to life by surrounding it with an inclusive community food forest, a garden space overflowing with fruit trees, berry bushes, and edible and medicinal plants. Once established, the possibilities for inclusive community are endless: outdoor community meetings, celebrations, workshops, and even music in the garden!

Accessible Space for Rent

Did you know this bright, beautiful space Cobble Hill is available for rental?

Clements is thrilled to offer evening/weekend rental of our Stanko-Casswell Place – 3610 Princess Avenue. With two spacious options, both with kitchens and accessible washrooms, the possibilities are endless. Yoga or Art class? Service club? Meeting space? Birthday or other celebrations?

Please reach out to Julie Ross at 250-929-1959 or jross@clementscentre.org for more information.