The Centre’s executive director Stéphan Corriveau comments on the 2022 Budget released on April 7. He notes several good news items, including the financing of housing co-operatives and another round of the Rapid Housing Initiative, but also areas for improvement, such as addressing Indigenous housing needs and the lack of structural measures to curb speculation.
It’s been a whole year since the Nova Scotia Community Housing Growth Fund (CHGF) has been supporting community housing providers in the province – and we hosted an anniversary event […]
The Community Housing Growth Fund (CHGF) is a funding model originally developed for Nova Scotia in collaboration with the provincial government. It is a small revolution for the province, with […]
So, how’re things? Now that 2023 is winding down and the dust is beginning to settle on the turbulent past few years – how is your organization? What have you […]