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.

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News | Published March 18, 2019

Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) Homelessness Partnership Strategy 2017 Community Progress Indicators Report: HALIFAX

CDHPD Report

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News | Published March 18, 2019

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation announced a federal government financial commitment of more than $2.33 million.

On March 4, 2019, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation announced a federal government financial commitment of more than $2.33 million for the construction of …

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