West Vancouver – In response to Tuesday’s budget speech by the provincial government, AHMA Chief Executive Officer Margaret Pfoh says that she is “deeply encouraged by the government’s commitment to Indigenous issues.” Read more.
The Aboriginal Housing Management Association is currently recruiting for four (4) Independent Board of Directors from four different regions - Northern BC, Thompson Okanagan & Kooenay Rockies, Vancouver Island and Vancouver.
If you, or anyone you know may be interested, please click on the link below for more information and apply today! Read more.
(January 8, 2018 - Call for Proposals)
We are inviting interested participants to submit proposals for our concurrent workshop sessions.
Concurrent sessions take place during a 1.5-hour time slot, and consist of one or more speakers on a thematic, policy or programmatic area of specialization, and may take the form of either:
Workshops: Including one or more presentation(s) by speaker(s) in a lecture format on a topic with a question and answer period facilitated by a moderator. Read more.
(January 5, 2018 - Job Posting)
Located on the Xwemelch'stn (Capilano) Indian Reserve on Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) Nation Territory in West Vancouver, BC, the Aboriginal Housing Management Association (AHMA) exists to make a difference in the Aboriginal Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) we serve. We oversee the administration of operating agreements between housing providers and Aboriginal housing organizations, keeping everyone’s best interest in mind and developing and maintaining relationships of trust. Every employee on our team is integral to ensuring our success and the success of the CBOs we serve. Read more.
(November 2017 - Media Release)
In response to last weeks' announcement by the Federal Government of a new National Housing Strategy, Aboriginal Housing Management Association (AHMA) Chief Executive Officer Margaret Pfoh says that though she is hugely encouraged to see the Federal Government is once again playing an active roll in affordable housing, she still has some concerns...Read More.
(November 2017 - CHRA Announcement)
The federal government today unveiled Canada’s first ever National Housing Strategy, a historic plan which contains a series of policies and programs that puts the needs of Canada’s most vulnerable populations at its core. The Strategy aims to invest over $40 billion with the objective of creating 100,000 new affordable housing units, repairing and renewing 300,000 units, and removing 530,000 households from core housing need. As the national association representing the social, affordable, and non-profit housing sector in Canada, the Canadian Housing and Renewal Association (CHRA) applauds the release of today’s Strategy.
(August 2017 - AHMA & BCNPHA Announcement)
The Aboriginal Housing Management Association (AHMA) and BC Non-Profit Housing Association (BCPNHA) are pleased to extend this invitation to you, the Indigenous Leaders of British Columbia, in joining us at the 2017 BCNPHA Housing Central Conference (November 19-21, 2017). It will be our first collaborative effort and we are opening the doors for all Indigenous Leaders to attend.