Homelessness and Housing Poverty affects us all

An end to Homelessness and Housing Poverty

The Housing and Homelessness Partnership is a collaborative that engages the community at all levels. Nine partners from the three levels of government, private, and non-profit sector, came together to work with community partners to end homelessness and housing poverty in Halifax

About our Partnership

Our Progress

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February 2017

69 people have been housed through MOSH- Housing First and Herring Cove Apartments – Housing First.

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December 2016

Halifax City Council approves target of 5000 affordable housing units in 5 years.

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November 2016

Housing and Homelessness Partnership hosts a conference to build capacity in the housing sector.

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Spring 2016

Affordable Housing Working Group releases its strategic plan.

February 2017

69 people have been housed through MOSH- Housing First and Herring Cove Apartments – Housing First.

December 2016

Halifax City Council approves target of 5000 affordable housing units in 5 years.

November 2016

Housing and Homelessness Partnership hosts a conference to build capacity in the housing sector.

Spring 2016

Affordable Housing Working Group releases its strategic plan.

Latest News & Events



News | Published December 15, 2017

Nova Scotia Department of Communities Culture and Heritage Announces New "Building Vibrant Communities" Grant

On December 13th, 2017, the Nova Scotia Department of Communities Culture and Heritage announced a $600,000.00 grant program which it hopes will help community organizations …

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News | Published December 15, 2017

Province Announces New Bus Pass Program for Income Assistance Recipients and Their Families in Halifax

On Wednesday, December 13/17, the Nova Scotia Government, in collaboration with HRM and Halifax Transit, announced a plan to provide all Income Assistance recipients and …

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