VANCOUVER – The Government of British Columbia is working with the City of Vancouver to move people living at the Regent Hotel into safer, more secure accommodations.
SURREY – The Province and the City of Surrey have partnered to respond to an urgent need for housing assistance in the community.
PRINCE GEORGE – British Columbia is becoming the first province in Canada to invest provincial housing funds into on-reserve housing.
TERRACE – People in need of affordable rental housing in Terrace, including families and seniors, will soon have more housing options, with construction underway on 45 much-needed rental homes.
NANAIMO - Indigenous people in Nanaimo now have access to new affordable rental homes resulting from a partnership between the governments of Canada and British Columbia, Nanaimo Aboriginal Centre, City of Nanaimo and the Regional District of Nanaimo.
KELOWNA – The Province is starting construction on 46 units of modular housing with 24/7 support services, which means people who are homeless in Kelowna will have access to secure housing before the cold weather returns.
CRESTON – The Government of British Columbia is partnering with the Kootenay Region Association for Community Living and the Columbia Basin Trust to build and manage nine new affordable rental units in Creston designed for low-income adults who have disabilities.
MAPLE RIDGE – BC Housing and the Provincial Rental Housing Corporation have been granted an injunction by the B.C. Supreme Court, to prevent protestors from blocking construction of 55 new supportive homes for homeless people in Maple Ridge.
VANCOUVER – More women and children fleeing violence will have a safe and secure place to go, as the Government of British Columbia builds 1,500 new supportive homes throughout the province.
COURTENAY – The Government of British Columbia is partnering with M’akola Housing Society and Wachiay Friendship Centre Society to build 35 affordable, supportive homes for people who are at risk of homelessness, including Indigenous peoples, in Courtenay.