Eleven building projects have been selected as winners in a juried competition to support the design and construction of energy-efficient buildings.
Safe and secure homes are on the way for people experiencing homelessness as construction begins on a new supportive housing project in the community.
A new permanent, accessible shelter for people experiencing homelessness is helping meet their immediate needs, while offering supports to help them build a brighter future.
Middle-income families will soon have nearly 50 new rental home options as ground breaks on a rental building in Colwood.
Families and individuals with moderate incomes now have access to 40 new affordable homes, as a new rental building with accessible units opens in the community.
More new affordable rental homes and housing with supports are on the way for Salmon Arm.
Families and individuals in the Tri-Cities community will benefit from 55 new affordable rental homes as construction gets underway on redevelopment of a former church property.
The Province is providing $110 million to local governments around B.C. for services that British Columbians count on, such as investments in infrastructure, like water and sewer, and services like policing.
Twenty new homes are on the way for families, seniors and people in need of affordable housing in Cranbrook, where the rental vacancy rate is near 1%.
More families and seniors in Keremeos will have an affordable place to call home thanks to a partnership between the Province and the Lower Similkameen Community Services Society.
Renovations planned for a social housing complex in the community will offer safer, more comfortable housing for more than 100 people, as well as job opportunities for people who face employment barriers due to poverty or disability.
A significant social housing project planned through a partnership between the Aboriginal Land Trust and the Government of British Columbia has the potential to change hundreds of lives.
Responding to the need for more supportive housing in Kelowna, a new project in Rutland will provide safe and secure homes for people experiencing homelessness, as well as young people who are struggling to find suitable housing.
Women experiencing homelessness in the community now have 37 new supportive homes options at a permanent modular building with around-the-clock services.
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