NS invests $8M to support CBU, AST housing projects

The Government of Nova Scotia has made an $8M investment into maintaining student residences, increasing student housing options, and easing pressure on the housing supply. $5M will go toward the Tartan Downs housing project being undertaken by Cape Breton University and the Urban Neighbourhood Development Association, while $3M will go toward the Atlantic School of Theology to preserve and maintain student accommodations. “We’re working to increase and preserve housing supply across all spectrums of need,” said NS Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing John Lohr. “Increasing student housing is another important way to help relieve the overall community housing shortage and help ensure more Nova Scotians find a safe, affordable place to live.” NS| Global News| CTV News Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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