(July 2017 - The Tyee)
Then the federal government launches its national housing strategy this fall, it will have taken tow years to deliver its promised fix to Canada's housing crisis.
But Indigenous people - eight times as likely to end up homeless, almost twice as likely to live in substandard housing - won't find the "for us, by us" solutions they seek in that strategy, advocates say.
Indigenous people want and need their own separate housing strategy, says Margaret Pfoh...read more.
(April 2017 - Provincial Announcement)
"Having Aboriginal housing providers able to meet the needs of their communities on the ground is essential to the reconciliation process and to helping our people in a culturally appropriate way. We're delighted about these eight developments and we look forward to working with all of these Providers and their new projects." - Margaret Pfoh, AHMA CEO. Read More...
(March 2017 - AHMA Announcement)
Margaret Pfoh came onboard as the Aboriginal Housing Management Association’s (AHMA) new Chief Executive Officer this month and looks forward to connecting with members....Read More.
(October 2016 - Government of Canada - Let's Talk Housing)
Let us never forget that individual people are at the heart of each and every home, each housing unit. AHMA and its member housing providers see the National Housing Strategy as a key moment in history to exemplify self-determination....Read More.
(October 2015 - AHMA & BCNPHA Press Release)
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 Gold sponsor of BC's 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 year's conference.