KELOWNA – Responding to the extreme cold weather conditions, the Province is funding 20 new shelter spaces so people experiencing homelessness will have a warm place to stay.
LANGFORD – Families and single people with low to moderate incomes will benefit from a new 132-unit affordable housing development just completed in Langford.
REVELSTOKE – In response to Revelstoke’s need for more affordable housing for people, the Province has purchased a 1.21-hectare (three-acre) school property.
SMITHERS – Dozens of people experiencing homelessness are about to have access to safe and secure homes with the opening of Goodacre Place, a 24-unit supportive housing project that also includes space for emergency short-term beds.
MISSION – More than 70 affordable rental apartments and a new seniors’ community centre will help Mission seniors live independently and continue to enjoy life in their community.
KELOWNA – Women and children leaving violence in interior B.C. will soon have more safe places to regroup, recover and begin rebuilding their lives.
West Vancouver – The Indigenous Social Housing Management Agreement (ISHMA) was officially signed this morning by the Aboriginal Housing Management Association’s President, Gary Wilson and Chief Executive Officer of BC Housing, Shayne Ramsay.
VANCOUVER – People experiencing homelessness will now have access to more supportive homes and a unique opportunity to learn new skills through a community gardening program.
COLWOOD – A partnership between the Province, Indigenous housing partners and the City of Colwood will soon provide more than 120 new, affordable rental homes for Indigenous families in the area.
Shuswap Indian Band, Tobacco Plains Indian Band and ʔaq̓am Community are working with BC Housing on a new project to improve the quality of on-reserve homes in the East Kootenay area.