VANCOUVER – New, affordable rental homes for single people, seniors and families in Vancouver are under construction, thanks to a partnership between the Government of British Columbia and the City of Vancouver.
NANAIMO – More affordable housing and improved community services will soon come to the Fifth Street corridor as a result of a new partnership.
BURNABY – Women and children leaving violence in the Burnaby area will soon have more safe places to regroup, recover and begin rebuilding their lives.
With construction getting underway on 60 homes at M’akloa Housing Society’s Station Avenue development, the B.C. government is adding to the project with 40 more new homes for Indigenous families in need.
NANAIMO – People experiencing homelessness in Nanaimo are settling into their new homes, following a successful move into two supportive housing sites in the community.
CAMPBELL RIVER – People in Campbell River, including Elders, seniors and those with physical disabilities, now have access to new affordable rental homes, thanks to a partnership between the Government of British Columbia and M'akola Housing Society.
NANAIMO – Women and children leaving violence in Nanaimo will soon have more safe places to regroup, recover and begin rebuilding their lives.
CHILLIWACK – People experiencing homelessness in Chilliwack will have access to 45 spaces of new temporary shelter as of this week, thanks to a partnership between BC Housing and Ruth and Naomi’s Mission.
PITT MEADOWS – Indigenous peoples on- and off-reserve will soon have access to more than 1,100 new affordable homes in 26 communities throughout British Columbia.
PORT ALBERNI – Seniors in Port Alberni will soon have access to additional affordable rental housing and long-term care so they can receive the services they need and continue to live in the community as they age.