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27 June 2014
Over 70 people from nine co-ops in the Champlain Heights, Collingwood and Kingsway neighbourhoods came to a community meeting of co-ops at Killarney Gardens Housing Co-operative's... Read more
23 June 2014
More than 40 members of Tri-Cities (Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam and Port Moody) co-ops filled the common room at Falcon Crest Estates Housing Co-op in Coquitlam on Thursday night, June 19 for a ... Read more
28 May 2014
More than 50 members filled the common room at Ford Road Housing Co-op in Pitt Meadows on Monday night, May 26 for a community co-op meeting to learn more about the You Hold the Key Campaign. All six... Read more
6 May 2014
A record number of delegates turned out for a packed day of business at CHF BC's Semi-Annual General Meeting on Saturday, May 3. CHF BC's directors reviewed progress made on the resolutions... Read more
21 March 2014
An overflow crowd of nearly 70 people representing 11 Burnaby co-op housing communities met at Halston Hills Co-op in Burnaby on Thursday, March 20, at a You Hold the Key campaign kick-off. They... Read more
2 March 2014
At the beginning of the year, Richmond and Delta co-ops were shocked when they received property assessment notices that showed increased property values of up to 70% (from 2013). This could mean tax... Read more
18 February 2014
A capacity crowd of more than 50 CHF BC and CHF Canada members packed the first Member Forum of the year in Vancouver on Monday, February 17. Members heard the latest news from the federations and an... Read more
3 December 2013
At the AGM on November 30, CHF BC delegates saw the launch of Model Rules 2.0 a bold new standard in housing co-op governance.Members, staff, directors, co-op lawyers and managers have all played key... Read more
2 December 2013
At the AGM on November 30, CHF BC announced the renewal of a three-year Waste and Recycling contract with BFI Canada - Progressive Waste Solutions.Delegates at the meeting learned details of the... Read more
2 December 2013
CHF BC members gathered on Saturday, November 30 in Burnaby for the Federation’s 31st annual general meeting.Here are some of the meeting highlights:A new board: Delegates acclaimed five... Read more