$20 – $30

Building Knowledge & Capacity in BC Small Communities in Affordable Housing

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Cranbrook History Centre (Railway Museum)

57 Vanhorne Street South

Cranbrook, BC

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Join the Whistler Centre for Sustainability, BC Housing, College of the Rockies, City of Cranbrook, and Interior Health Authority for an engaging workshop to understand the key challenges in building affordable housing in the East Kootenay, learn about proven leading practices in building affordable housing, and to co-develop specific strategies in your community to build housing on the ground.

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Workshop Objectives:

1. To develop a common understanding among East Kootenay communities of the main challenges as well as leading practices in building affordable housing.
2. To provide a forum for learning about leading practices, tools and strategies for building affordable housing.
3. To provide a facilitated forum for discussion among stakeholders to share knowledge and exchange ideas.
4. To support the development of an immediate-term implementation plan for building affordable housing in the community.

Speakers confirmed to date:

Erin Pan & Tracy Pound - Homeless Outreach Program/Homeless Prevention, Community Connections Society
Mark Brunton – Manager, Housing, Columbia Basin Trust
Simon HowseCEO, Parastone Developments
Peer-Daniel Krause, Policy Director – BC Non-Profit Housing Association
Tim Wake – Affordable Housing Consultant
Rob Veg – Senior Community Planner, City of Cranbrook
Ron
Popoff –
Councilor, City of Cranbrook

* Lunch and refreshments included.

This workshop qualifies for 6 CPL learning units from PIBC and 5 CPD points through BC Housing.

Partners:

Co-hosted by BC Housing and the Whistler Centre for Sustainability,


Thank you to our community partners College of the Rockies, City of Cranbrook. Interior Health Authority and BC Non-Profit Housing Association

BC Non-Profit Housing Association

We are grateful for the support of the Real Estate Foundation of BC and Columbia Basin Trust.


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Cranbrook History Centre (Railway Museum)

57 Vanhorne Street South

Cranbrook, BC

Canada

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