This document identifies the policies, programs and measures used by municipalities across the region to promote affordable and diverse housing.
With support from BC Housing, Metro Vancouver has developed an award-winning (Planning Institute of British Columbia, 2020) resource guide to support local governments as they develop Housing Agreements to secure affordable and special needs housing.
Housing Data Book
Includes household income, housing starts, core housing needs and other regional statistics.
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