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Suspending Evictions, The Prince Edward Island Housing Corporation has placed a moratorium on evictions from provincially-owned social housing units until June 2020., Island Regulatory Appeals Commission, The Island Regulatory Appeals Commission has suspended all rental hearings, including eviction...
Islanders seeking affordable housing through the province’s social housing registry will benefit from 64 new housing units in five island communities. Financial support, through the Affordable Housing Development Program, is supporting 12 new affordable housing units with private developers in...
Several community organizations across the province will receive funding for housing projects to help Islanders in need of assisted living, shelter and more affordable housing options. Funding is provided through the Community Housing Fund to support initiatives for seniors, the Indigenous...
Progress Report on the Housing Action Plan for Prince Edward Island (2018-2023)
A 28-bed transitional housing complex will help support the needs of Islanders experiencing homelessness. The province has entered into a purchase and sale agreement for properties and land in Charlottetown to develop new transitional supports for men, women and families. The properties, currently...
Annual Report for the PEI Housing Corporation for the fiscal year 2016-2017.
Annual Report for the Prince Edward Island Housing Corporation for the 2015-2016 Fiscal Year.
A community outreach centre in Charlottetown will help Islanders experiencing homelessness connect with the support services they need. The centre, located at 211 Euston Street, will be open 7 days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. starting Wednesday, January 15, and offer support to people seeking...
The new Affordable Housing Development Program is now accepting applications to support private sector affordable housing units., How much funding is available?, The program will provide forgivable loans of $45,000 per unit to increase the number of affordable housing options in the province., Who...
Released in November 2019, this community needs assessment will inform future planning for emergency shelters in Prince Edward Island.