Temporary Modular Housing
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BC Housing, a provincial crown corporation, acquired modular housing units as a temporary solution for tent city occupants and purchased land at 250 Terminal Avenue for this purpose. The City has made land available for additional temporary units at an
unused portion of the City’s Public Works yard at 2020 Labieux Road.
BC Housing Project Overview
Non-profit housing providers Island Crisis Care and Pacifica Housing will manage Terminal Avenue and Labieux Road, respectively, on a 24/7 basis. Additional support to residents will be provided by Island Health and other social service agencies at no
cost to the City.
Labieux Road Temporary Supportive Housing Fact Sheet
Terminal Ave Temporary Supportive Housing Fact Sheet
In providing a rapid response to homelessness in Nanaimo, BC Housing has invoked the authority of the Province and therefore will not seek City of Nanaimo approval for their temporary housing projects at 250 Terminal Avenue, and at the portion of the
City’s public works yard at 2020 Labieux Road.
BC Housing has publicly stated their intention to comply with City requirements and obtain approvals for permanent supportive housing that may be built in Nanaimo.
BC Housing website
Island Crisis Care website
Pacifica Housing website
Frequently Asked Questions
Please have a read through of a list of Frequently Asked Questions (updated November 22, 2018)
Questions about the temporary supportive housing provided by BC Housing at 250 Terminal Avenue or 2020 Labieux Road should be directed to: email@example.com