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Q'waxsem Place - Supportive Housing in Campbell River
June 14, 2021
Completed in February 2021, Q'waxsem Place is a 50-unit supportive housing building in Campbell River that provides homes for people in the community experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
Approximately half the people in Campbell River experiencing homelessness identify as Indigenous. As a result, the City of Campbell River consulted with the Urban Indigenous Housing and Wellness Coalition on the project.
The consultation process resulted in an Indigenous lens being placed on interior and exterior design, including the creation of a designated room for elders to provide support to residents and families.
Full article and video: Q'waxsem Place provides homes for 50 people in Campbell River
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