Apply for National Housing Strategy or other CMHC funding to build or renovate affordable housing. Funding Opportunities: National Housing Co-Investment Funding - Construction loans and contributions Shelter Enhancement Program (SEP) - Funding to build and repair shelters and housing for people who are fleeing domestic violence. Shared Equity Mortgage Providers Fund - Helping Canadians [...]
Reaching Home is a community-based program aimed at preventing and reducing homelessness by providing direct support and funding to Designated Communities (urban centers), Indigenous communities, territorial communities and rural and remote communities across Canada.
The GST/HST new housing rebate allows an individual to recover some of the GST or the federal part of the HST paid for a new or substantially renovated house that is for use as the individual's, or their relation's, primary place of residence, when all of the other conditions are met. In addition, other [...]
The Home Program provides grant funding to projects that directly increase housing stability and successful tenancies for affordable housing residents or people in core housing need.
The Community Capacity and Innovation stream supports communities with the implementation of coordinated access and to foster innovation in the sector.
Seniors Home Adaptation and Repair Program (SHARP) grants may be available to eligible senior homeowners with low income who do not qualify for a SHARP loan to help with certain home repairs. You must provide a completed SHARP application to be considered for a grant.
Low-income Albertans with mobility challenges can apply for grants to modify their home through the Residential Access Modification Program (RAMP).
The Program aims to identify up to a maximum of five problem properties for redevelopment for affordable housing purposes, with total funding for the Program in the amount of $1.5 million from the Affordable Housing Reserve. This is a pilot program, and if the outcomes are effective and desirable the City may consider making additional [...]
The Enabling Accessibility Fund (EAF) provides funding for projects that make communities and workplaces across Canada more accessible for persons with disabilities. EAF creates more opportunities for persons with disabilities to: take part in community activities, programs and services access employment
The City of Calgary’s Housing Incentive Program (HIP) encourages the building of affordable housing units and helps stimulate the economy. It is primarily funded under the One Calgary budget and provides two kinds of financial assistance. A grant of up to $50,000 towards pre-development activities for an affordable housing project; A rebate on eligible City development [...]