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More communities receive funding to assess future housing needs

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More communities receive funding to assess future housing needs

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B.C. communities receiving grants for housing needs reports

Eighteen municipalities, six regional districts and two Treaty First Nations are receiving grants to develop housing needs reports, following the third intake of applications that closed Nov. 13, 2020.

Applications for regional housing needs report projects may involve a combination of municipalities and regional district electoral areas. This is reflected in some of the grants listed below.

  • Anmore: $15,000
  • Belcarra: $15,000
  • Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako: $108,980
    • includes all seven electoral areas
  • Columbia-Shuswap Regional District: $45,000
    • includes electoral areas B, D and F
  • Coquitlam: $70,000
  • Regional District of East Kootenay: $95,000
    • includes all six electoral areas
  • Fraser-Fort George Regional District: $100,000
    • Includes all seven electoral areas
  • Kitimat-Stikine Regional District: $15,000
    • includes electoral area F
  • Lillooet: $15,000
  • Lions Bay: $15,000
  • Nisga’a Lisims Government: $60,000
    • includes Ginglox, Gitlaxt’aamiks, Gitiwinksihlkw and Laxgalt’sap
  • North Coast Regional District: $30,000
    • includes all four electoral areas
  • North Vancouver city: $50,000
  • North Vancouver district: $50,000
  • Pitt Meadows: $30,000
  • Port Coquitlam: $50,000
  • Prince George: $50,000
  • Prince Rupert: $19,982
  • Sayward: $15,000
  • Sicamous:  $15,000
  • Tofino: $30,000
    • partnering with Ucluelet
  • Tsawwassen First Nation: $15,000
  • Vanderhoof: $15,000
  • Whistler: $20,000
  • White Rock: $30,000

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