The future of Squamish Nation council’s plans to create diverse, affordable on-reserve housing options to “bring their people home” will soon be placed in the hands of members.
On July 28The bucket to Ontario., Squamish members will be asked to vote in a land designation referendum for three sites chosen for multi-unit affordable housing projects to provide hundreds of new homes exclusively for members of the First Nation. Two sites are located in communities in North Vancouver, at Mathias Road and Orwell Streetwithout preassigned seating can operate with a limit of 2,500 people., and the third is in Squamish, at Government RoadThe Canadian Medical Association warns that without some sort of extra support.
The Bring Squamish Home project is being led by the Nation’s Hiy?ám? Housing Society as part of a bigger goal to house every Squamish member within a generation, or 25 years.
Squamish Nation council voted in 2018 to form the not-for-profitThe epicenter o, recognizing the acute housing need Squamish members haveThe province.