The Centre is pleased to participate to the Chantier Montréal abordable. Stéphan Corriveau, Executive Director, will...
The Centre supports greener community housing with 29 projects totalling $260,000 across Canada!
Housing construction in Canada is generally done with little regard for the environment and the local ecosystem....
Indigenous Interns, Coach and Sponsors Wanted
In celebration of the National Indigenous Peoples’ Day, the Community Housing Transformation Centre is introducing its...
Standing up for tenant rights in New Brunswick
New Brunswick has the weakest protections for tenants compared to anywhere else in the country and the pandemic has...
Newfoundland and Labrador: The Centre and the City of St. John’s help increase the supply of affordable housing
The Centre is excited to partner with the City of St. John’s to increase the availability of community housing in the...
The Plancher Project is officially launched!
Watch the video here
Over 250 people representing more than 150 organizations registered to attend the launch of the Plancher Project. If you missed the event, you can watch the video recording and we invite you to share it in your networks.
2022 Federal Budget in the eyes of the Centre
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.
Indigenous Peoples and cultures: The Path, an essential training
The Community Housing Transformation Centre’s staff began 2022 with a renewed zeal to act on our organization’s commitment to Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples. In our January newsletter, we invited other community housing providers, housing co-operatives or community-led organizations working with tenants to join us in learning about First Nations, Inuit and Métis People.
Regional energy coaches help housing providers save energy and money
While we now know housing plays a significant role in carbon emissions, many community housing providers are confused about steps to take to reverse the trend. Concerned with rising energy prices and renovation costs, groups turn to the Centre’s regional energy coaches for valuable, free of charge, expertise.