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Every topic and presentation was interesting and informative. - Housing Maintenance Coordinator
Cree Nation of Mistissini
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Indigenous Housing Solutions

The most up-to-date solutions for On-Reserve housing from finance options, to infrastructure, to asset management.

November 5 - 6, 2019  ·  Gatineau, Quebec
 
   
 
Featuring These Industry Experts and Many More!
 
Decontie Zavier Stewart Smith
Champion Kylne Boychuk Doylend
Girard
 
   
Get Expert Advice from Indigenous Housing Professionals on:
  • Understanding housing policy differences from reserve to reserve
  • Finance Options: internal, governmental, and external
  • On reserve Land and building codes
  • Preparing for INAC Safety Assessments
  • Regulation differences between band-owned, rental, and privately owned housing on reserve
  • Mitigating overcrowding issues
  • Environmental Risk: Health Canada’s mould Prevention Program
  • Promoting private ownership to free up band owned residences
  • Issues affecting Northern Communities
  • Impact Canada: Fallout of federal government's $30 million contest
  • Partnerships with non-governmental organizations like Habitat for Humanity, how to acquire external aid
  • Positive revenue streams and dealing with low employment Asset Management (understanding what you have and what you need)
   
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Who Should Attend This Event

  • Chiefs and Councillors
  • Directors/Managers of Housing
  • Executives and Program Directors
  • Housing Coordinators
  • Tenant Relations Officers
  • Housing Administrators
  • Policy Advisors and Analysts
  • Directors and Managers of Finance and Operations
  • Directors and Managers of Land Management
  • Band Managers
  • Renovations Coordinators
  • CMHC/AANDC Account Coordinators
  • Housing Inspectors
 
 
3 Key Benefits of Attending

  • Understanding the minutiae of housing policies and land codes
  • Finding funding options outside of government programs and INAC
  • Learning novel strategies to mitigate negative environmental impacts that affect the maintenance of community housing
   
 
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