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An 18-unit apartment complex in Invermere was purchased and converted into affordable housing for low-income families. The governments of Canada and British Columbia provided a combined investment of $744,558 toward the project, while the Trust contributed another $744,558.
"It is great to see an existing building converted to meet community needs," said Neil Muth, Trust President and CEO. "All partners and community members connected with this project worked hard and worked cooperatively. The Trust is pleased to support increased access to affordable housing for the residents of Invermere."
Located at 218 – 10 Ave., the complex consists of 18 two-bedroom apartments ... more
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