supportive housing

WCRS women’s outreach program co-ordinator Jill McQuaid visits with Shirley’s Tree in Ucluelet’s small craft harbour. (Nora O’Malley photo)

Victims of domestic violence remembered on Vancouver Island

Nov. 25 marks UN’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

 

The City and Nanaimo and B.C. Housing are working on a two-year lease extension for the temporary supportive housing site at 2020 Labieux Rd. (News Bulletin photo)

Nanaimo’s Labieux supportive housing lease to be extended another two years

B.C. Housing in discussion with city regarding temporary supportive housing property

 

A supportive housing complex on Nicol Street in Nanaimo’s south end is nearing completion. (Chris Bush/News Bulletin)

City will try to identify potential supportive housing sites in different areas of Nanaimo

Councillor brings forward motion intended to be ‘proactive’

 

Newcastle Place temporary supportive housing on Terminal Avenue. (News Bulletin photo)

Nanaimo’s south-end residents oppose concentration of supportive housing

Neighbourhoods have concerns about newly announced projects

Newcastle Place temporary supportive housing on Terminal Avenue. (News Bulletin photo)
Terminal Avenue temporary supportive housing. (News Bulletin file photo)

Province announces plans for permanent supportive housing on Terminal and three other sites

B.C. ministry and City of Nanaimo partnering on 190 supportive housing units

Terminal Avenue temporary supportive housing. (News Bulletin file photo)
Tents set up on Nanaimo City Hall grounds on Wallace Street and on the south downtown waterfront at 1 Port Drive. Both properties were long-listed for supportive housing in 2018 and both went on to house tent cities that same year. (News Bulletin file photos)

City of Nanaimo long-listed 38 possible sites for supportive housing

Recently released in-camera information shows city-owned properties that were looked at in 2018

Tents set up on Nanaimo City Hall grounds on Wallace Street and on the south downtown waterfront at 1 Port Drive. Both properties were long-listed for supportive housing in 2018 and both went on to house tent cities that same year. (News Bulletin file photos)