Our Stories

Housing is not just bricks and mortar, it's about people. We work in partnership with non-profit societies across the province to provide housing for low-income seniors and families; Aboriginal people; women and children fleeing violence, individuals with special housing needs and those who are homeless or homeless-at-risk. We're surrounded by these real people who are impacted by housing in a variety of ways. We hear stories of hope, transformation and purpose every day. We'd like to share a few of our stories with you, and hope that in turn, you'll share your stories of how housing has impacted your lives.
Shayne Ramsay, CEO 


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Expressions of Interest sought for affordable rental housing

Learn more about the PIAH EOI.

Choices Transitional Home

Choices Transitional Home opened in Feb. 2016, to house homeless campers in Victoria BC.

Shelter Aid for Elderly Renters (SAFER) program

BC Housing provides SAFER subsidies to more than 20,000 senior households renting apartments in the private market, including singles, couples and people sharing a unit.

Historical Investment in Affordable Housing

The Province is committing $355 million to create new affordable housing units across British Columbia.
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