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9 December 2022
The Government of Canada has a one-time top-up rent support of $500 for low-income families and individuals.
14 November 2022
The CHF BC Board of Directors have submitted a special resolution for the consideration and approval by members at our AGM on November 20, 2022.
26 October 2022
There will be five (5) at large directors and one(1) at large Finance Committee member be elected at the 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM) on November 20, 2022 . All positions are for two-year terms.
15 September 2022
The Community Land Trust is looking for a highly analytical Director of Finance who will be responsible for the organization’s finance and accounting functions including planning, implementing, and managing all financial activities.
9 November 2021
Co-ops carry debt for a few reasons: they may still be paying off their original mortgages for construction and land acquisition; they may be borrowing to secure a new lease; or they may undertake significant capital renewals (like new envelopes or parkade membrane replacements) that trigger borrowing.
Whatever the reason for having debt, interest rate trends are worth keeping an eye on.