Monday - November 18


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8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Breakfast & Morning Plenary

Monday Morning Plenary Keynote: Senator Murray Sinclair

Category
Plenary
When
11/18/2019 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Breakout sessions

M01: Thought Leader's Dialogue with Murray Sinclair

Join AHMA CEO Margaret Pfoh and morning plenary keynote speaker Senator Murray Sinclair in a thought-provoking dialogue exploring how the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission can be applied to the work of the community housing sector and how to build meaningful partnerships and collaborations with all levels of government, including First Nations communities, Indigenous and non-profit housing providers.  
 
SPONSORED BY AHMA
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M02: Coordinated Responses to Homelessness

This session will feature a panel discussing coordinated responses to homelessness in communities across BC. Participants will learn about the provincial encampment prevention and response strategy and the new Office of Homelessness Coordination, and explore BC Housing's Housing Action Response Team pilot project, along with examples of these coordinated responses. Hear about the successes and lessons learned from outreach staff, planners and non-profits.

SPONSORED BY URBAN MATTERS 
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M03: Aging Housing: Redevelop or Renovate?

Aging social housing is both a challenge and an opportunity. These units offer low rents, but are often in poor condition, do not meet current housing needs, and/or have expiring operating agreements. The challenge for providers is whether to renovate, redevelop, or undertake some combination. We’ll discuss a housing regeneration framework and case study, and an example of how to determine the future of an organization and prepare a strategic real estate development plan for a housing portfolio. 
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M04: Engage your Association

Meet your BCNPHA Board representatives for a dialogue session geared to understanding the issues facing non-profit housing providers in your region, and to provide feedback on how BCNPHA could best support your work. Bring your questions, thoughts, challenges and ideas and join us in this exploratory discussion. 
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M05: Financial Strategy for Non-Profit Leaders

The first of this two-part sequence explores financial strategy from a big-picture perspective. Through a mixture of content and discussion, we’ll examine how financial data can illuminate the essence of an organization’s financial position, how human resource and risk management integrate with financial management, and how a holistic plan can prepare an organization for long-term sustainability.  Participants will gain confidence in understanding key financial strategy concepts.
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M06: Metrics/Measurements for Understanding Housing (PHRN)

Is a picture worth a thousand words? How can we analyze the socio-economic inequalities of housing issues between different vulnerable groups? The Pacific Housing Research Network is pleased to offer this research panel that includes maps, micro-simulations, measurements and metrics. Join us for a look at some innovative tools from housing researchers that may help us measure or visualize the housing we have, the housing we need and the socio-economic inequalities of housing problems. 
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M07: Local Applications of the New Residential Rental Tenure

Join us in an exciting panel discussion moderated by Victoria’s senior housing policy planner about how BC municipalities are starting to approach implementing residential rental tenure zoning for the first time. Participants will learn about the benefits and challenges that each municipality faces with this new authority, as well as lessons learned from communities such as Burnaby, New Westminster and Port Moody. 
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M08: Community Housing Transformation Centre

A key goal of the National Housing Strategy is to grow a resilient community housing sector. The Community Housing Transformation Centre and the Sector Transformation Fund (announced spring 2019) will be sector-led through a partnership of community housing organizations. They provide technical assistance and tools to build the capacity of community housing providers, and financial resources for those exploring new business models. Join us for an interactive session exploring the Centre’s offerings, and be prepared to discuss the technical assistance needs of your organization. 
Category
Operations
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M09: CRA Tax Benefits and Credits for Low-Income Individuals

This presentation will go over a number of tax benefits and credits individuals may be entitled to, as well as some of CRA's services that are available to help the public. Participants will learn about the tax benefits and credits for which they may be eligible, find out more about the CRA services that could help them, and learn what the CRA is doing to help lower-income individuals get their taxes filed up-to-date and receive the benefits and credits to which they are entitled.
Category
Operations
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M10: Ask a Lawyer

Get answers to the questions you’ve always had about legal marijuana, human rights, privacy, governance, employment and labour, the Residential Tenancy Act, Canada Revenue Agency charity and non-profit rules, or anything else you want to have answered. Our legal experts will provide their opinions, and they may even agree from time to time! Registrants for this session will be sent an email prior to the conference asking them to pre-submit their questions. 
Category
Operations
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M11: Supporting First Responders and Frontline Workers

This session reviews the importance and purpose of workplace boundaries when providing services to homeless and at-risk populations, and other tenants in non-profit housing. We’ll discuss challenges in setting and maintaining effective workplace boundaries, addressing issues including personal disclosure of information to clients from staff, client-staff relationships outside of work, dual relationships, gift-giving and gift-receiving, and confidentiality. This interactive learning experience allows delegates to participate in discussions and ask questions.   

Category
Operations
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M12: Extreme Heat Response in Social Housing

Extreme hot weather events are becoming more frequent and intense, along with the rise of poor air quality. Join us in this interactive session where you will learn: how to recognize extreme heat illnesses and how to respond (e.g. when to call 911); how to prevent or lower the risk of extreme heat and poor air quality and related illnesses; and, explore existing resources for communicating with staff and tenants. 
 
SPONSORED BY BC HOUSING 
Category
Operations
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M13: Powering Up: Non-Profit Support for Energy Retrofits

The added management of retrofit projects on top of everyday property management can be a struggle. That’s why FortisBC, BC Hydro and the BC government have created incentives both for equipment and engineering support on energy studies, design, and contractor procurement. Join us as we highlight the latest retrofit incentives through the Social Housing Assistance Retrofit Program (SHARP) and Clean BC, and learn how these programs can help you get an engineer in your corner on your next project.  
Category
Asset Management
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M14: Asset Management in First Nations Communities

In collaboration with several First Nations, BC Housing is working towards strengthening capacity in asset management. Let’s look at how we are working towards this goal, which will help support durability, sustainability and longevity in housing for communities. 
 
SPONSORED BY AHMA
Category
Asset Management
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M15: Step Code Projects and GHG Reductions for Renovations

Is your society considering construction of a new building, or planning on renovating an existing building? If so, we encourage you to join Bill MacKinnon, BC Housing’s Senior Manager, Energy & Sustainability, as he discusses project considerations to help achieve provincial energy targets. This will include costing out Step Code requirements for a new building or energy conservation measures for a renovation. 
 
SPONSORED BY BC HOUSING
Category
Asset Management
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M16: Capital Planning 20 Minute Coaching Sessions

Registrants for this session will receive an email by first week of November with the confirmed time slot.
BCNPHA’s Asset Management Department is offering free one-on-one capital planning and asset management coaching, where you’ll have the opportunity to ask your capital planning, asset management and energy efficiency questions. Feel free to bring an electronic copy of your capital plan to review with capital planning specialists. During registration, please select the type of coaching you are seeking and preferred time slot, and you will be contacted to finalize your appointment time. 
Category
Asset Management
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M17: One on One with CMHC

This session provides an opportunity for attendees to discuss Affordable Housing options 1 on 1 with CMHC affordable housing specialists. This is the chance to have a conversation about new opportunities for funding and how to optimize your applications for a successful outcome. During registration, please select the type of coaching you are seeking and preferred time slot, and you will be contacted to finalize your appointment time. 
Category
Open to All
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

M18: Housing Bus Tour

Join us on a bus tour of innovative housing developments that, through partnerships and collaboration, have resulted in housing that welcomes individuals from diverse backgrounds. Watch for updates on our Conference website for specific site information. These tours always book up quickly so be sure to register early! Seating is limited. NOTE: Please meet in the hotel lobby by 10:15 am. We will aim to return by 3:15 pm; however, participants should allow for traffic delays and weather, which may impact return time. 
Category
Open to All
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 3:15 PM

M19: Housing Walking Tour

Back by popular demand, this full-day walking tour will take participants off-site to explore some of Vancouver’s most innovative affordable housing sites. With more than 140 non-profit housing providers operating in the city, Vancouver offers the perfect locale for learning about community-based responses to housing need. This tour will include stops at three different sites, with a break for lunch along the way - bring comfortable walking shoes and warm layers!
Category
Open to All
When
11/18/2019 10:30 AM - 3:15 PM

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Lunch & Networking Break

Monday Lunch Plenary Keynote: Shachi Kurl

When
11/18/2019 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Breakout sessions

M20: Thought Leader's Dialoge

Join keynote speaker Shachi Kurl along with a panel of political pundits to explore what the federal election results mean for affordable housing in Canada. Each political party made commitments to affordable housing during the election campaign and this session will take a deeper dive into the commitments made by the elected government on the campaign trail. The panel will also unpack what the election results mean for the federal/provincial relationship, which is key to the rollout of effective programs and investments from government. 
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

M21: Deal or No Deal:Are You Ready for the Next Funding Call

This session will examine what you need to demonstrate so that your development is worth funding. Participants will learn how to convey the necessary information in a compelling funding proposal, and how to demonstrate that your project is on a trajectory to be successful. We will provide participants with the information, resources, skills, and knowledge to help them develop successful affordable housing funding proposals. 
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

M22: Homeless Systems Planning through Data

Learn how community-based data systems can help us coordinate and improve our homelessness responses at the program and systems level. A Way Home Canada will profile the Systems Planning Collective's approach towards accelerating our collective progress towards homelessness. Turner Strategies will introduce first findings from BC’s Helpseeker pilot projects in Vancouver, Abbotsford, Prince George and Nanaimo. Home Front will share their progress on its vision to make homelessness rare, brief and one time in Metro Vancouver through shared measurement and systems integration. 
SPONSORED BY URBAN MATTERS 
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

M23: BC Housing Dialogue

Join us for this moderated discussion with Cassie Doyle, BC Housing Board Chair, and Shayne Ramsay, BC Housing CEO, where you will have an opportunity to ask questions on everything from governance, new developments, operations and everything in between. This is a great opportunity to hear from BC Housing leadership about issues that are important to sector sustainability. 
 
SPONSORED BY BC HOUSING
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

M24: Financial Strategy for Non-Profit Leaders

In the second part of this sequence we will dig into a case study of a housing non-profit. Participants will review financial data and background on an organization, diagnose strengths and weaknesses, and identify strategy alternatives to address major challenges. Participants will apply concepts in a problem-solving context, and gain practical insights that they may apply to their own organizations. Attendance in the Part 1 session is encouraged, but not required. 
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

M25: Impactful Responses to Homelessness (PHRN)

This panel, organized by the Pacific Housing Research Network, will showcase recent research on: youth homelessness prevention screening tools; demonstrated benefits of social housing; impacts of managed alcohol programs on housing retention; and, the rapid response to homelessness program. Join us as we delve deeply into recent findings on tools and programs with the potential to make a difference in addressing homelessness. 
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

M26: Indigenous Caucus

The Indigenous Caucus invites participants to an engaging and interactive facilitated discussion on how communities can support Indigenous children and youth in their housing needs. The Caucus will take a close look at what communities, and Caucus members, are already to doing to support children and youth in their communities, explore innovative housing models, and how future housing solutions could support Indigenous children and youth to stay connected to their communities, live in culturally safe and appropriate housing, and thrive.

SPONSORED BY AHMA
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

M27: BC Housing's New Non-Profit Housing Portal

BC Housing is continuously striving towards improving ways to support the non-profit housing sector. With support from BCNPHA, BC Housing has developed a non-profit portal to streamline the budget process and simplify the exchange of documents between BC Housing and non-profits. Attend for a demonstration of this exciting, new portal. 

SPONSORED BC HOUSING
Category
Operations
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

M28: Peer-to-Peer Support in Supportive Housing

Peers supporting peers are central in harm reduction, overdose prevention, and housing stability. Active peer-to-peer support models have been proven to lead to many positive social outcomes. Peers can provide support at key points in the pathway to housing stability including system navigation and stabilization. Come learn from presenters from peer-led, harm reduction organizations as they share their ideas on how to apply peer-to-peer support models in supported housing and explore the potential of peer-run housing. 
Category
Operations
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

M29: Risk Mitigation with Marsh Insurance

The social housing sector in BC has seen the frequency and severity of property losses rise over the past eight years. In 2018, Marsh Canada conducted a data analysis of these losses and in 2019, along with Aviva Canada, conducted site-specific surveys to better understand what is affecting operators with day-to-day operations to help reduce losses. This session will explore the findings and resources available to help mitigate losses, including Marsh Canada’s 2019 Risk Mitigation Strategy and the Property Risk Web Tool. 

SPONSORED BY MARSH CANADA
Category
Operations
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

M30: Cannabis Law for Housing Providers

In October 2018, cannabis was legalized in Canada for recreational and medical purposes. Despite the significant impact this can have on those in the non-profit housing community, there is still a general lack of understanding of the laws that govern the use and growing of cannabis on private property in BC. This session reviews the legal regime in place in the province, including the Residential Tenancy Act and Human Rights Code, as well as an update on the evolving law regarding medical use.   
Category
Operations
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

M31: Women Working in Male-Dominated Fields

Developing housing and managing physical assets have traditionally been “men’s work” but that paradigm has shifted in recent years. Come hear from a panel of diverse women about their experiences in working in male-dominated fields, the strategies they’ve used to survive and thrive within their chosen fields, and the stubborn barriers that remain. 
Category
Operations
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

M32: The Power of a Region: Kootenay Retrofit Successes

Residents told the Columbia Basin Trust that affordable housing, energy conservation and supporting non-profits were priorities for them. In this session, you’ll learn how the Columbia Basin Trust Energy Retrofit Program addressed all three. BCNPHA supported energy assessments, business cases, funding applications and facilitated engineering support to 31 societies that implemented over 100 projects! Hear how these retrofits helped societies and how a regional or bulk approach to retrofits can help dollars go further for a greater impact in energy and GHG savings. 
Category
Asset Management
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

M33: Capital Planning: Project Prioritization

Come find out how we plan and prioritize capital renewal projects at BC Housing. Having hundreds of projects underway each year, and hundreds more in the queue across the province – a strategic and consistent approach is key! The presenter will share how BC Housing has tackled the massive undertaking of how to successfully prioritize projects. 

SPONSORED BC HOUSING
Category
Asset Management
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

M34: What Owners Need to Know: Building Commissioning

Building commissioning is a process that keeps buildings under optimal operating conditions. As we move towards high-performance buildings with higher standards of equipment and design, without proper commissioning we face poor equipment performance, higher ownership costs and reduced occupant comfort. Join us to learn more about BC Housing’s new commissioning guidelines for different types of projects, systems to be commissioned, and commissioning activities in new development and renovation projects.

SPONSORED BY BC HOUSING
Category
Asset Management
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

M35: Capital Planning 20 Minute Coaching Sessions

Registrants for this session will receive an email by the first week of November with the confirmed time slot.
BCNPHA’s Asset Management Department is offering free one-on-one capital planning and asset management coaching, where you’ll have the opportunity to ask your capital planning, asset management and energy efficiency questions. Feel free to bring an electronic copy of your capital plan to review with capital planning specialists. During registration, please select the type of coaching you are seeking and preferred time slot, and you will be contacted to finalize your appointment time. 
Category
Asset Management
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

M36: One on One with CMHC

This session provides an opportunity for attendees to discuss Affordable Housing options one-on-one with CMHC affordable housing specialists. This is the chance to have a conversation about new opportunities for funding and how to optimize your applications for a successful outcome. During registration, please select the type of coaching you are seeking and preferred time slot, and you will be contacted to finalize your appointment time. 
Category
Open to All
When
11/18/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

Breakout Sessions & Networking Break

M37: CEO Dialogue : Building Inclusive Housing

Join Ross Chilton, CEO of Community Living BC and Shayne Ramsay, CEO of BC Housing as they talk about partnerships, the values that guide them and what we’re learning from both research and examples on the ground. This session will also focus on collaboration, and the need for partnerships in providing typical housing amongst individuals with developmental disabilities. 

SPONSORED BY COMMUNITY LIVING BC
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

M38: Creating Community Support: Build Homes Not Barriers

In this case-study-filled session the City of Vancouver, a local non-profit, BC Housing and the Homelessness Services Association of BC will present and discuss strategies and tools on how cities, non-profits and community groups can work together to gain community acceptance for non-market housing, as well as address the roots of stigma to low-income, homeless and socially excluded residents. BC Housing will present its new Community Acceptance Toolkit in this session. 
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

M39: Information Technology

Bring your staff up to speed in this interactive panel designed to answer your technology, cyber security and data privacy questions. Participants will learn how to assess the current state of IT, the associated risks around protection of data assets, and where you want to be in the short- and long-term future. Topics will include assessing your IT environment, evaluating IT service providers, business systems, cloud technologies, as well security threats and taking steps to protect your organization. Bring questions, issues and stories. 

SPONSORED BY BC HOUSING
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

M40: Impact Investing for Affordable Housing Projects

This session explores innovative approaches to financing moderate- to middle-income affordable housing projects with a focus on impact investing, what it is, and its challenges and opportunities. Vancity will discuss their approach to impact investing through supporting community partners and as investors in affordable housing projects. Community partners will share their knowledge about how private capital can help to build effective and efficient alternative financing strategies to get affordable housing projects built.
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

M41: Increase Returns on Your Capital Reserves

Want to explore the competitive investment options provided to you by our sector? Join us to learn about the Social Housing Investment Program. These socially responsible investment funds are part of an investment program that is customized for your unique liquidity needs and risk profiles. Attend this session to: learn about how to achieve returns on your capital reserves; learn key investments considerations; and receive resources to help with investment decision-making. 

SPONSORED BY ENCASA FINANCIAL
 
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

M42: Using Data to Make Informed Housing Decisions

Simple questions about the cause and impacts of the housing crisis do not have simple answers. Is the core problem supply, or demand, or both? Does enabling new rental supply always drive up surrounding rents, contributing to gentrification? How do we know we’re building the right supply now for future needs? And with so many data sources to choose from, how can we draw conclusions when looking at varying data from multiple sources to help us find answers to these big questions?

This panel discussion will bring together housing analysts, planners, academics and non-profits to discuss some of the most commonly misunderstood or misused housing data indicators being used in the housing crisis discussion. Drawing on data challenges identified by participants, they will explore real examples of what unique housing sector data is currently being monitored and reported on, and what opportunities there are for collaborating to share and discuss data, fill existing data gaps and contribute to evidence-based discussions around key housing issues.


SPONSORED BY CMHC
Category
Leadership
When
11/18/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

M43: Establishing a Privacy Program

Your organization is subject to the Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) and must have a privacy policy. You have hopefully designated a person to be responsible for privacy issues, but do you know how to establish a privacy program? In this workshop you will explore the steps towards a functional privacy program in your organization and learn what policies and procedures are key, how to do an inventory of your personal information holdings, and how to evaluate your privacy protection measures. 

SPONSORED BY BC HOUSING
Category
Operations
When
11/18/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

M44: Rent it Right: Free Online Course for Tenants

This session will combine sources to share knowledge about best practices around tenancy support, orientation, and resources. Participants will learn about the Renting It Right program, a free video-based online course for tenants, which has been broken down into two parts. For each part, registered students can earn a certificate of completion endorsed by LandlordBC. 
Category
Operations
When
11/18/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

M45: Empowering Consultation: World Cafe and Open Space

In this interactive, experiential session participants will learn about engagement tools used in tenant and community consultation. This session will teach participants about two powerful methods of engagement, Open Space and World Café. An overview will be given of each tool to help participants understand what kind of engagement approach should be used for particular circumstances. Participants will experience each method, while learning how to include tenants, staff, leadership teams, and the community in the participatory process.
Category
Operations
When
11/18/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

M46: Understanding Property Assessments

This informative session will help housing providers better understand the BC Assessment classification system and identify opportunities for exemption and assessment reduction.

SPONSORED BY BC HOUSING
Category
Operations
When
11/18/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

M47: Effectively Preparing People for Tenancies

Housing providers know that tenant orientation is a “good thing,” but many deliver it ineffectively. How can we make sure tenant orientation is successful? How do housing providers let tenants know expectations and what to do when things go wrong? Come and learn how housing orientations can build relationships and increase positive communication with tenants. Bring your tenant orientation materials if you would like. Learn how to design a great Tenant Handbook. This will be a café-style problem solving discussion.   
Category
Operations
When
11/18/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

M48: Making Affordable, High-Performance Housing a Reality

There has been a lot of discussion on using modular for temporary housing. What if the focus shifts to developing permanent, quality modular housing solutions that architecturally blend in with the community, add to the housing stock faster, are energy efficient and reduce operating expenses? We’ll share concrete examples of high-performance affordable housing facilities in Chilliwack, Abbotsford, and Sechelt that meet Step 3 of the BC Energy Step Code, and discuss the hurdles and successes in delivering these innovative projects. 

SPONSORED BY HORIZON NORTH
Category
Asset Management
When
11/18/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

M49: Risk Management Assets

Housing societies are exposed to various risks. Purchasing insurance to cover risk is common practice, but not the only thing that can be done to minimize damage and to prevent the disruption of our service to the residents. This session will provide an overview of tools that some social housing providers have developed to minimize these risks. Hear from New Chelsea Society, the Bloom Group and Vancouver Native Housing Society on how they manage risks in their planning, asset management, and operations. 
Category
Asset Management
When
11/18/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

M50: Energy Recovery and Lighting Retrofit Technologies

Join ALEC Smartlighting and Riada Sales as they demonstrate energy saving opportunities on ventilation and lighting systems. Participants will learn about 90% efficiency energy recovery ventilation equipment and an easy Smart LED conversion kit that can save you 80 to 95% on fluorescent lighting energy costs. Learn about the performance and savings of these retrofit systems, and of course the all-important business cases you need to fund similar retrofit projects in your building(s). 
Category
Asset Management
When
11/18/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

M51: Capital Planning 20 Minute Coaching Sessions

Registrants for this session will receive an email by first the week of November with the confirmed time slot
BCNPHA’s Asset Management Department is offering free one-on-one capital planning and asset management coaching, where you’ll have the opportunity to ask your capital planning, asset management and energy efficiency questions. Feel free to bring an electronic copy of your capital plan to review with capital planning specialists. During registration, please select the type of coaching you are seeking and preferred time slot, and you will be contacted to finalize your appointment time. 
Category
Asset Management
When
11/18/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

M52: One on One with CMHC

This session provides an opportunity for attendees to discuss Affordable Housing options one-on-one with CMHC affordable housing specialists. This is the chance to have a conversation about new opportunities for funding and how to optimize your applications for a successful outcome. During registration, please select the type of coaching you are seeking and preferred time slot, and you will be contacted to finalize your appointment time. 
Category
Open to All
When
11/18/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

BC Housing Meet 'n Mingle

BC Housing Meet 'n Mingle

Hosted by BC Housing
When
11/18/2019 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM