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All news /  2014-04-29 17:49:40 / 

Candice Bergen

Date / 2014-04-29 17:49:40

The region has 15 million dollars at its removal to present more reasonable solutions of the housing to Islanders above the period of next five years. P.E.I and Ottawa declared the mutual investment of multi-million dollar to assist more families and individuals in the requirement access reasonable housing.

The financial support would be delivered all the way through an addition to the Investment in the agreement of Affordable Housing. How the cash is used, is completely up to the area.

They know the value in the areas being capable to make their personal decisions in respect to the most excellent solutions in reasonable housing, declared by the federal Minister of State, Candice Bergen, for the Social Development to reporters.

Social Services and P.E.I. Community Minister Valerie Docherty explains the financial support will permit the region to continue to spend in the upgrading of accessible senior housing and family to perfectly meet the Islander’s needs.

Throughout their commitment to reasonable housing coupled with company like this, they have observed substantial development in the latest units for families, seniors and the persons with disabilities, explains by Docherty. It comprises total 384 units athwart the region since the period of 2007.

The financial support will permit the county to carry on the Home Renovation Program launched in year 2013.

Even, a new program about seniors home care renovation will be applied in this year to perfectly support those families who want to modernize their houses to allow a family member to remain with them long time, adds Docherty.

The program about seniors’ Home Repair will even get an improvement from the financial support. They will have the suppleness to plan and deliver a variety of reasonable housing programs to deal with the priorities and needs of housing in their province.