About Capital, Housing and Lands
The Nak’azdli Housing Department strives to maintain financially sustainable housing for it’s membership by utilizing the different options of housing available through Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (A.A.N.D.C.), Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (C.M.H.C.) and through the different housing options (Section 10, Section 95, Subsidy, Band Owned Rental and Social Housing).
Nak’azdli Band Housing Department works with C.M.H.C., Financial Institutions, District of Fort St. James, Insurance Companies, Contractors and Construction Business, Inspectors and Health Board as well as with other Band Staff, tenants and membership.
Nak’azdli Band is currently working with The Bank of Montreal to finance housing, And the Nak’azdli Band Housing Department will NOT BE GIVING Subsidy Loans to band members any more.
Housing Policy Forms
Forms need to be copied, printed, filled out by hand then mailed or handed in.
Many people have applied for rental housing and have been added to the wait list.
The wait list is quite outdated so if you haven’t applied for a rental unit in the past 6 months, please come in and fill out a new application.
Your application must be filled out completely or it will not be added to the list or presented to the housing committee. If you need help getting your information together, please see Aileen or Leona.
If you have applied for a mortgage through BMO and are wondering about the status of your appli-cation, please come in and see me. There are many steps to complete in order to get approved for a loan through BMO, so let me help you under-stand how this program works and what you need to do to complete your application.
Zero Tolerance Policy
- Nak’azdli Housing Committee
Zero Tolerance Policy
Capital & Lands Manager: George Ho Lem, firstname.lastname@example.org
Housing Manager: Sheila Caswell, email@example.com)
Housing Intern: Justine Sam, firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (250) 996-0011 Fax: (250) 996-0015
Building Maintenance Staff:
Les (Dago) Prince (contact through the CHL office)
119 Lower Road
(beside the Nak’azdli Resource Office, across from the FSJ Historic Park)
Please feel free to stop in!