POWELL RIVER – People experiencing homelessness in Powell River are settling into safe, secure homes with support services as new permanent housing opens in their community.
NEW WESTMINSTER – People who are working in or retired from B.C.’s performing arts and entertainment industry will soon have access to 66 affordable rental homes, so they can continue to live in their community.
CRANBROOK – Construction is underway on 39 new affordable rental homes for Indigenous peoples in Cranbrook through a partnership between the Province, Aqanttanam Housing Society and the City of Cranbrook.
VICTORIA – People in need of a warm, safe place to go during the months ahead will have access to additional emergency shelter spaces through the Province’s temporary and extreme weather response shelter programs.
LANGLEY – Forty-nine people are transitioning from homelessness to supportive housing, as the doors open this week at a newly renovated building at 6465 201 St. in Langley.
BURNABY – More than 50 people who have been without safe and secure homes are moving into supportive housing with around-the-clock support services as a new permanent modular housing project opens.
MISSION – Seniors in need of homes will soon have access to more than 70 new affordable rental homes and a new seniors’ community centre, with construction underway on a new development in Mission.
SALT SPRING ISLAND – People experiencing homelessness on Salt Spring Island will have year-round access to shelter and services, following funding from the Province to extend operations.
NELSON – A former motel site will soon make way for 47 new affordable homes for seniors, adults with disabilities and those experiencing homelessness in Nelson
GRAND FORKS – The Province is delivering new homes for people in Grand Forks with 52 new, affordable rental homes opening in the community.