BC Housing

Stephen Village, a supportive housing complex located at 2025 Agassiz Road in Kelowna, B.C. (BC Housing photo)

51-unit Aggasiz Road supportive housing opens next month

Stephen Village will provide housing for people who have struggled to find stable housing

Stephen Village, a supportive housing complex located at 2025 Agassiz Road in Kelowna, B.C. (BC Housing photo)
An approximation of what BC Housing would like to construct on two sites in Vernon for homeless housing. (BC Housing photo)

100 homes for North Okanagan’s homeless proposed

Howard House demolition and addition to My Place

An approximation of what BC Housing would like to construct on two sites in Vernon for homeless housing. (BC Housing photo)
The Recreation Ave. camp from Dec. 2019. (Kelowna Capital News)

Construction begins on homeless shelter near downtown Kelowna

The BC Housing project is anticipated to be completed by the fall

The Recreation Ave. camp from Dec. 2019. (Kelowna Capital News)
The City of Kelowna’s temporary outdoor shelter on Recreation Avenue. (File)

New supportive housing project for Kelowna’s homeless skips usual rezoning process

The project contains 38 modular housing units and is situated near the city-sanctioned camp on Recreation Avenue

The City of Kelowna’s temporary outdoor shelter on Recreation Avenue. (File)
The City of Kelowna’s temporary outdoor shelter on Recreation Avenue. (File)

BC Housing secures more homeless shelter spaces in Kelowna amid COVID-19 crisis

BC Housing has announced an additional 100 beds for people experiencing homelessness in Kelowna

The City of Kelowna’s temporary outdoor shelter on Recreation Avenue. (File)
COVID-19: Government response to people experiencing homelessness in Kelowna

COVID-19: Government response to people experiencing homelessness in Kelowna

BC Housing announces 20 bed shelter for isolation, Journey Home coordinating community efforts

COVID-19: Government response to people experiencing homelessness in Kelowna
Kelowna moves to 6th most expensive rental market in Canada

Kelowna moves to 6th most expensive rental market in Canada

The report comes from the Canadian National Rent Report from Padmapper for February 2019

Kelowna moves to 6th most expensive rental market in Canada
Townhouse construction in the Lower Mainland. (Black Press)

Housing slowdown forecast to cool B.C. economy

Conference Board says pipeline, trade uncertainty affecting investment

Townhouse construction in the Lower Mainland. (Black Press)