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Habitat for Humanity receives provincial funding

The provincial government is helping create affordable housing in Campbell River.

$2-million has been given to 9 Habitat For Humanity affiliates across BC, with the Vancouver Island North affiliate receiving $200,000.

Spokesperson Pat McKenna says the investment shows the government values safe and cost-effective living. “[The Feds] has always known about Habitat for Humanity and I think [that] now as part of the affordable housing strategy for the province, they’re now including home ownership as a valuable model for helping families”, he says.

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The funding will be used to help complete the first phase of homes being built on Hilchey Road, which are scheduled to open in the summer.

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