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Tikva Housing’s tenants receive Israeli Sonovia anti bacterial face masks   

Generously donated by the Yosef Wosk Family Foundation It all began when Boris Chenkis, owner of After Five Fashions, was watching Israel Daily TV (ILTV) and saw an interview with Liat Goldhammer, the chief technology officer of an Israeli startup called Sonovia. She was talking about a new fabric-finishing technology for textile manufacturing developed at Bar-Ilan University, …

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Tikva Housing 2020 AGM

Please join us for our AGM on Thursday, December 10th at 7pm via Zoom Please review the notice below for detailed registration information  To View Tikva Housing’s August 31, 2020 Annual Financial Statements, please click below:

Arbutus Centre

The Arbutus project on Vancouver’s west side will add another 125 new units ofaffordable homes for residents on lower and moderate incomes. This housing projectwas awarded by the City of Vancouver to YWCA Metro Vancouver, and will beoperated through an innovative partnership between Association of NeighbourhoodHouses of BC (ANHBC), Tikva Housing Society (Tikva) and the …

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B.C. makes largest housing investment in province’s history

The Government of B.C. is committing $500 million to ensure more British Columbian families have access to affordable rental housing, the largest housing investment in a single year by any province in Canada. A total of 2,900 rental units will be created, in partnership with non-profit societies, local governments, government agencies, community organizations and the …

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“Vancouver is the least affordable city in Canada, with the highest rental rates” – Jewish Independent article

Tikva helps increase supply Friday 25th, September 2015 Written by Kyle Berger in Local Artist rendering of Storeys in Richmond, one of two projects with which Tikva Housing Society is involved. (illustration by Duane Siegrist of Duane Siegrist-Integra Architecture Inc.) Of the 26,000 Jews living in Greater Vancouver, 16% live below the poverty line (more than 4,200). …

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Case Study – Vancouver Community Land Trust Foundation

Metro Vancouver is experiencing a crisis in housing affordability and there is a need for innovative solutions to the crisis. Tikva Housing Society is excited to be apart Vancouver’s first ever Land Trust Foundation, a project being implemented by a consortium of non-profit organizations, social finance institutions and the municipal government. The case study was created in order to describe and …

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2014 Housing Strategy Report Card

This report provides Vancouver’s City Council with an update on the progress that the City is making towards achieving the goals identified in the Housing and Homelessness Strategy 2012-2021. Tikva’s Land Trust project is mentioned on page 10. 2014 Housing and Homelessness Strategy Report Card