Sector Activities in April
23 Mar, 2023

Sector activities in April: The Centre to promote forward-looking solutions

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The Centre in Edmonton 

The Centre will be attending the Alberta Seniors & Community Housing Association (ASCHA) conference at the Edmonton Convention Centre, April 3–5.  

Come visit our booth and don’t miss the sessions we will be presenting: 

Alternative Financing Approaches 

Monday, April 3 at 3:30 pm  

We will feature two transformative approaches to financing community housing projects. The Floor Initiative and the Community Housing Growth Fund that put community housing organizations in the driver’s seat on the front lines. 

The Organizational Compass: Guiding Housing Providers to their Objectives 

Tuesday, April 4 at 10:15 a.m. 

We will present our free self-assessment tool, the Organizational Compass, that allows housing providers to identify their organization’s strengths and challenges in order to increase their ability to set the right priorities. 

Navigating the Path Ahead for Housing 

Wednesday, April 5 at 9:45 a.m. 

Stéphan Corriveau will be presenting on the future of housing, community housing models and the way out of the crisis. 

Register here 

CHRA and MNPHA 2023 Conference 

More than a dozen of The Centre’s staff will travel to Winnipeg from April 18 to 20 to attend the national congress organized by the Canadian Housing and Renewal Association (CHRA) and the Manitoba Non-Profit Housing Association (MNPHA). 

The conference will bring together over 700 delegates and sector leaders from across Canada. The Centre’s staff will be on hand with a booth and sessions: 

Getting Creative with Financing Options: Innovative Case Studies 

Wednesday, April 19 at 2:00 pm 

We will be presenting two transformative approaches to financing community housing projects. The Plancher Initiative and the Community Housing Growth Fund that put frontline community housing organizations in the driver’s seat. 

Provincial Public Housing Devolution 

Thursday, April 20 at 2:00 pm 

Stéphan Corriveau is participating in a panel on the transfer of real estate assets and their management from the public to the non-profit sector that is currently taking place in Alberta and Manitoba. 

Register here 

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