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Oct 09, 2018

 

"It was great to connect with someone more experienced in my field. The greatest takeaway was building contacts in the sector." HPMP 2018 participant

The Housing Professionals Mentorship Program connects experienced housing professionals with those who are ready to take the next step in their professional journey, or graduate students whose research is focused on housing or homelessness in Canada.

Sep 21, 2018

Canada has seen significant change and investment in social, non-profit, and affordable housing across in 2018. This report provides a snapshot of budgetary and related housing developments, including commitments made by provinces and territories in their 2018-2019 budgets, recent housing announcements and initiatives underway. Where possible, it offers a glimpse into anticipated housing policy developments in each jurisdiction.

Sep 12, 2018

The National Housing Strategy contained $500 million for the Federal Community Housing Initiative, a new rental subsidy program for community housing providers whose federally administered Operating Agreements expire between April 1, 2016 and March 31, 2027. This new program is being rolled out in two phases – the first phase will extend rental subsidies to 2020, while Phase 2 will extend subsidies until 2027. 

Based on a CMHC discussion paper and an in-person meeting with CMHC in July 2018, we wrote to the Minister responsible for CMHC, the Hon. Jean-Yves Duclos, to share our thoughts and concerns with several of the ideas proposed. 

Aug 15, 2018

We are seeking proposals for our 51st National Congress on Housing and Homelessness, from April 2 to 4, 2019 in Victoria, BC. The deadline to submit is October 28, 2018.
 
This event provides an exceptional opportunity to meet and exchange with a growing body of practitioners, policy makers, front-line workers, government officials and key stakeholders within the social, affordable, and non-profit housing sector. Congress convenes over 550 delegates and sector leaders from Canada and other countries for three days of learning and networking.
 
Each year the we develop a unique program with concurrent workshops, plenaries, mobile tours and keynotes to meet the educational needs and interests of our members and participants from across the affordable housing and homelessness community. At this time, we are inviting interested participants to submit proposals for concurrent sessions. 

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