New reports show that government’s supportive housing for people experiencing homelessness is substantially improving the quality of life for residents and reducing their use of emergency health services.
Women and children in Port Coquitlam, and other Tri-Cities communities, are the focus of 83 new, affordable rental homes in development.
The Government of British Columbia is partnering with the City of Prince George and Northern Health on an innovative project that would bring together new affordable housing and health-care services to support people in Prince George.
Communities throughout British Columbia are showing leadership through actions to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and adapt to the effects of a changing climate, according to the latest report on local government corporate and community-wide actions.
More families and seniors in Maple Ridge will have an affordable place to call home as construction starts on a building that is a partnership between the Province and Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows Community Services.
New homes with wraparound services are now open in Maple Ridge, providing an opportunity for stable housing for people who have lived at the Anita Place encampment and others experiencing homelessness in the area.
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