New housing rentals coming, but no plan to help homeless

Housing wait lists continue to grow on Six Nations, but work on new units is underway to try to alleviate the strain. Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) approved a multi-service agreement releasing a little more than $55,000 to pay for hydro servicing on the Harold Road expansion at its General Finance meeting on May 1. Lily-Anne Mt Pleasant, acting director of housing and finance control officer said the funds will come from the Six Nations of the Grand River Economic Development Corporation’s Economic Development Trust. The project was given $465,500 for the Harold Road expansion project, which includes a five-plex building under construction in partnership with Habitat for Humanity. It also includes an additional 12-plex. Both of the buildings and the road require hydro servicing and to bring power to…

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