Goldstream Gazette coverage of the Coalition’s AGM and the announcements and reports released:
While a biennial homeless count found an increase in shelter users in Greater Victoria, the goal of reducing the number of chronically homeless in the region appears to be coming closer. A report unveiled this week at the annual general meeting of the Greater Victoria Coalition to End Homelessness held Tuesday in Langford stated many of the 1,167 individuals counted – including 116 children – on Feb. 5 of this year were only occasional users of the various temporary housing facilities.
Read the article: Lack of affordable housing driving Greater Victoria homeless increase
Source: Goldstream Gazette