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11 July 2022
We are thrilled to share news of an important announcement that will take place on Monday, July 11. The announcement brings together several partners on a historic deal for the co-operative housing movement, and we want you to be part of it!
8 March 2022
Members of an East Vancouver and a Burnaby co-op were featured in a CBC News story on March 7, 2022. The article profiles members of each co-op—including CHF BC director John Bathurst—and includes commentary from CHF BC CEO Thom Armstrong.
9 December 2021
Earlier this week, Burnaby City Council took an ambitious step in approving an ambitious 10-year housing strategy that addresses everything from housing affordability and housing stock to those without homes altogether.
7 October 2021
Burnaby housing co-ops threatened by sell-off to private landlords The residents of a 244-unit non-profit housing co-op in Burnaby are at risk of losing their homes when the property is sold on the commercial real estate market by its owners, the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) Local 115 Pension Plan. The 115 Place Co-operative Housing Association includes … Continued
29 July 2019
The Co-op Housing Federation of BC (CHF BC) and BC Non-Profit Housing Association (BCNPHA) applaud the Burnaby Mayor’s Task Force on Community Housing for its vision of Burnaby as a community with affordable housing for all citizens.