Housing and related facilities are so closely intertwined with the rest of life, that the quality and appearance of housing are important indicators of a culture as a whole.

Aboriginal Housing Management Association (AHMA):
  • is an organization that oversees off-reserve Aboriginal housing
  • does this by monitoring Housing Providers’ Operating Agreements

AHMA Partners with BCNPHA to Present Dr. Cindy Blackstock at BCs Affordable Housing Conference
VANCOUVER, B.C. The Aboriginal Housing Management Association (AHMA) and BC Non-Profit Housing Association (BCNPHA) have come together to form a unique partnership to support the mandates of each organization, and to better support the housing sector in British Columbia. In addition, as a Gold sponsor of BCs Affordable Housing Conference (November 22-25, 2015), AHMA has supported BCNPHA to bring Dr. Cindy Blackstock, Executive Director of First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada, to this years conference.
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Housing Affordability for Aboriginal Peoples Living Off-Reserve Prompts Society Innovation
VANCOUVER, B.C. - In a joint research effort, the Aboriginal Housing Management Association, Prince George Mtis Housing Society, and the Canadian Centre for Community Renewal are pleased to announce they have released a new case study that offers an innovative approach to rent policy and the housing crunch facing Aboriginal peoples living off-reserve in British Columbia...
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