Artists' illustration of housing project on Haugland Ave.

Affordable housing project closer to reality in Terrace, B.C.

The Ksan House Society is closer to having its 45 unit affordable housing project on the southside become a reality

  • Nov. 22, 2016 3:00 p.m.

The Ksan House Society is closer to having its 45 unit affordable housing project on the southside become a reality with the provincial government announcement of financing for several affordable housing projects today, Nov. 22.

Money will come from the Investment in Housing Initiative for the 45 unit project on Haugland Ave. for low income individuals, families and people with disabilities.

As of November 22, 2016, a total of 53 projects (2,404 units) have been approved, representing a $437 million investment into affordable rental units for low to moderate income renters, including seniors, youth, students, adults with developmental disabilities, Aboriginal peoples, and women and children.

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