Affordable housing is a year-round issue. But every November, for more than a decade, numerous Edmonton and area organizations, including management bodies, funders, housing providers, and social service agencies, have come together to raise awareness about the importance of the need for safe and affordable housing for all. See who’s involved >>

What got the ball rolling?

On November 22, 1998, the Big Cities Mayors’ Caucus of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) declared homelessness a national disaster. In 2000, November 22 was recognized as National Housing Strategy Day in Canada. Across the nation, events that take place on this day raise awareness of the need to address the housing and homelessness crisis in Canada. Get more history >>

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In the news

September 2017

August 2017

July 2017

  • Gordon's Garden (07/28/2017)
  • Habitat for Humanity's Jimmy and Rosalyn Carter Work Project (07/21/2017)

June 2017

May 2017

April 2017

  • Plan to end homelessness a success
  • New housing announced for Edmontonians in need

February 2017

  • What isCHP? (02/17/2017)
  • Finding a home at Ottewell Manor

January 2017


December 2016

 

November 2016

Edmonton pushes ahead with affordable housing funding (11/02/2016)

October 2016

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June 2016

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2015

In the community

Learn more about what’s happening and the events taking place around Edmonton during Edmonton Housing Month >>