The governments of Alberta and Canada are providing $8 million to help Hope Mission rebuild the Herb Jamieson Centre, which provides shelter for homeless men in Edmonton.
Tag: seniors and housing
The governments of Alberta and Canada are developing new affordable seniors housing for Albertans in Oyen, Spirit River and Manning.
The governments of Alberta and Canada are providing more affordable housing options for seniors in Vermilion with the opening of the Vermilion Valley Lodge.
Forty new continuing care living spaces will help Camrose seniors remain close to family and friends and in their community.
Construction on a new seniors lodge in Red Deer is helping ensure seniors have access to affordable housing – even as their needs change – and creating 204 jobs.
The governments of Alberta and Canada will provide new housing units and on-site social supports for people who are at risk of homelessness in Lethbridge.
Housing providers will soon spend less time bogged down in administration and more time addressing tenant concerns, maintaining units and processing applications.
Government is working to address the high demand for affordable housing in Hinton with the opening of new units in the Happy Creek Estates development.
In 2020, seniors will have one number to call for
information, advocacy and referrals regarding
Alberta government services.
The province, civil society organizations and private sector groups are working together to help Alberta
support an aging population.