NORTH VANCOUVER - More women and children in North Vancouver have a safe and affordable place to call home, with 14 new rental homes opening in the community.
CHILLIWACK - The Province is partnering with the Phoenix Drug and Alcohol Recovery and Education Society on a proposal to provide 50 additional supportive homes and a 40-bed shelter for people experiencing homelessness in Chilliwack.
VANDERHOOF - Seniors in need of affordable rental homes and those who require on-site dementia care support will soon benefit from a new development under construction in Vanderhoof.
SALMON ARM - Low- to moderate-income people in Salmon Arm are moving into 32 safe and affordable rental homes, with the first phase of a new housing development opening in the community.
Today, the Honourable Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Families, Children and Social Development and Minister responsible for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), alongside the Honourable David Eby, Attorney General and Minister Responsible for Housing, announced funding commitments to support the construction of a new 68-unit building that will provide rental homes for low- to- moderate-income singles, seniors, families and persons with disabilities in Kelowna.
VANCOUVER - More people experiencing homelessness in Vancouver, including those sleeping at Strathcona Park, will soon have access to a safe, warm and secure place to stay with 24-7 support.
SQUAMISH - People in Squamish will soon have more affordable homes to choose from, with construction underway on a 76-unit rental housing project in the community.
SOOKE - Two new housing projects are on the way to Sooke that will provide 75 affordable rental homes for people with low to moderate incomes, along with 33 supportive homes for people experiencing homelessness in the community.
VANCOUVER - The Province, in partnership with the City of Vancouver and the federal government, is proposing two new permanent supportive housing developments that, if approved, would deliver approximately 230 new homes for people.
VICTORIA - The Province has extended the lease of the Travelodge until Dec. 31, 2021, in order to ensure its residents are not displaced onto the street or nearby parks.