Housing in the East Interlake: A Regional Perspective
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In the fall of 2008, the Institute of Urban Studies was approached by Community Futures East Interlake to complete a report concerning housing issues in the East Interlake region. The purpose of the report was to examine the East Interlake region of Manitoba, to explore the present housing situation, and to offer recommendations for future direction in terms of housing policy, programming and approaches. This report seeks to identify and address issues of concern to those within the communities of the East Interlake region, and to do so with the support of related research from across Canada. Reviews of census data, best practices and current literature were examined regarding rural housing trends on national, regional, and municipal levels. In particular, existing Manitobabased governmental programs/initiatives as well as general rural housing programs were considered in terms of their potential application to the East Interlake region. Please see Appendix A for a series of tables describing housing programs in Canada.
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