New Brunswick Non Profit Housing Association Inc. 

#2-649 Queen Street, Fredericton, NB, E3B 1C3

Latest News

  • NBNPHA Announces New Executive Director

    FREDERICTON – August 24, 2016 – The New Brunswick Non-Profit Housing Association (NBNPHA) is pleased to announce the hiring of Daniel Murphy as its new Executive Director. Dan comes to the Association from the New Brunswick Department of Health and before that the New Brunswick Regional Development Corporation as Special Assistant to the Minister. His previous experience in government and community organizations positions him well to serve the Association and its 200 member housing groups across the province. “Speaking on behalf of our Board of Directors, I am very pleased to be able to bring Dan into our affordable housing sector and

  • Leadership transition at the New Brunswick Non Profit Housing Association

    (FREDERICTON, NB), May 13, 2016 – Today, the NBNPHA Board of Directors announced the resignation of Tim Ross as Executive Director. Ross is stepping down in order to accept a new position with the Co-operative Housing Federation of Canada later this month. “It has been a pleasure serving the members of the New Brunswick Non Profit Housing Association, and I have nothing but fond memories and gratitude for this experience” said Ross. “Our movement is vibrant, our momentum is strong and we are poised for continued success in support of our mission of providing affordable housing in New Brunswick.” Board President

  • NBNPHA welcomes increased federal commitment to social housing

    FREDERICTON – March 23, 2016 – The New Brunswick Non-Profit Housing Association (NBNPHA) welcomed new commitments in Federal Budget 2016 to increase investment in housing and homelessness by $2.3 billion over two years, and a commitment to consult with stakeholders on the development of a National Housing Strategy to be implemented over the next eight years. Specifically, over the next 2 years, the Budget contains $504 million to double the Investment in Affordable Housing Initiative; $200 million targeted to affordable housing for seniors; $574 million to support energy and water efficiency retrofits to existing social housing; almost $90 million to support shelter

  • Canada’s Housing Sector Calls for 100,000 New Affordable Homes to Meet Critical Need

    (February 4, 2016, Ottawa, ON) Today during a press conference on Parliament Hill, a coalition of seven housing sector leaders released a joint pre-budget statement, Affordable housing: a foundation for social inclusion. Sector leaders call on the government to include the following components in its upcoming federal budget: protect and renew existing social housing assets; build 100,000 new social and affordable housing units; and support community transformation and innovation. “It’s time to tackle Canada’s affordable housing crisis in order to restore this important pathway into Canada’s middle class,” said Canadian Housing and Renewal Association Executive Director Jeff Morrison, “and housing

  • Province urged to support Safe Harbour

    For immediate release February 1, 2016 FREDERICTON - The NBNPHA's Board of Directors passed a unanimous motion calling on the Government of New Brunswick to work in partnership with Safe Harbour Transitional Youth Services in order to ensure open doors and a sustainable operation. 

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