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Construction loans and contributions
Financing program helping affordable housing providers complete deep energy retrofits on existing multi-unit residential buildings.
$44.8 million funding initiative to create 12 new shelters for Indigenous women and children escaping family violence.
Direct lending, insured loans, non-profit housing and proposal development funding.
Major home retrofits through grants and interest-free loans to make your home more energy-efficient.
Funding to help low-income on-reserve households make emergency home repairs.
Funding to help on-reserve seniors adapt their homes so they can keep living independently.
Funding for non-profit rental housing projects in First Nation communities.
Funding for the proposal stage of your on-reserve housing project.
Funding for major repairs to improve the health and safety of on-reserve affordable housing.
Interest-free loans and/or non-repayable contributions to develop and preserve affordable housing.
Funding to build and repair shelters and housing for people who are fleeing domestic violence.
Financial assistance to help community housing providers complete preservation activities related to the sustainability of existing community housing projects.
$724.1 million to expand supports for Indigenous women, children, and 2SLGBTQQIA+ people escaping gender-based violence.
Helping Canadians achieve affordable home ownership.
Funding and support for housing providers and their low-income tenants.
Surplus federal lands and buildings available for affordable housing development.
Support for on and off-reserve clients with CMHC financing.
Loans, forgivable loans, contributions and financing options that support housing innovation across the housing continuum.
Long term, low-interest loans for the construction and revitalization of affordable housing.
Low-cost loans encouraging the construction of sustainable rental apartment projects across Canada.
Offering fellowships for up to 2 years with a valued amount of $45,000 per year.
Guiding evidence-based decision-making for vulnerable populations through research.
$300 million in funding to break down barriers affecting housing supply.
Capital contributions for the rapid construction of new housing and/or acquisition of existing buildings for rehabilitation or conversion to permanent affordable housing.
Incentive funding for local governments to boost housing supply.