supportive housing

Stephen Nutt, left, and mom Julia Mewhort. (Submitted photo)

Mom worries about treatment delays after son’s drug death in Parksville

Stephen Nutt died from fentanyl laced with methamphetamine and heroin while in supportive housing

 

A rendering of the social housing project planned for 580 Dogwood Street. Illustration courtesy BC Housing

Construction starting on Campbell River supportive housing complex

The project is expected to be completed and ready to welcome residents early in the new year.

  • Sep 17, 2020

 

BC Housing has bought the property at 580 Dogwood St. for the construction of supportive housing for people experiencing homelessness in Campbell River. Residents of the adjoining neighbourhood have started a petition opposing the project. Photo by Alistair Taylor – Campbell River Mirror

Opposition to Campbell River supportive housing plan gathering momentum

Neighbours of proposed site circulating petition, concerned about project’s impact

BC Housing has bought the property at 580 Dogwood St. for the construction of supportive housing for people experiencing homelessness in Campbell River. Residents of the adjoining neighbourhood have started a petition opposing the project. Photo by Alistair Taylor – Campbell River Mirror
Newcastle Place temporary supportive housing on Terminal Avenue. (News Bulletin photo)

Nanaimo’s south-end residents oppose concentration of supportive housing

Neighbourhoods have concerns about newly announced projects

Newcastle Place temporary supportive housing on Terminal Avenue. (News Bulletin photo)
Terminal Avenue temporary supportive housing. (News Bulletin file photo)

Province announces plans for permanent supportive housing at four Nanaimo sites

B.C. ministry and City of Nanaimo partnering on 190 supportive housing units

Terminal Avenue temporary supportive housing. (News Bulletin file photo)
Victoria mandates 20 per cent of large new housing developments be affordable

Victoria mandates 20 per cent of large new housing developments be affordable

After years of back and forth, inclusionary housing policy will be ratified in two weeks

Victoria mandates 20 per cent of large new housing developments be affordable