Hear how BC plans to address housing affordability and homelessness
Since the beginning of the pandemic, affordable housing and homelessness have become one of the most pressing issues facing our region.
Be a part of the discussion as Chamber CEO Bruce Williams talks with Hon. David Eby, BC Attorney General and Minister for Housing, about the province’s 10-year housing plan and actions being taken to house people experiencing homelessness.
Thank you to event sponsor: TD Bank Group
About David Eby:
David was re-elected in 2020 to serve a third term as MLA for Vancouver-Point Grey. In November 2020, David was re-appointed as Attorney General and the Minister Responsible for Housing. In his time as Attorney General, David has led multiple priority government initiatives, including establishing a public inquiry into money laundering. Before he was elected, David was the executive director of the BC Civil Liberties Association and an adjunct professor of law at the University of British Columbia.
About the Series:
As part of The Chamber’s commitment to restarting our local economy, The Chamber is hosting a series of experts and government officials talking about the challenges and opportunities related to our government’s restart plan. This is your opportunity to get answers on pressing issues and the information you need to manage through these unprecedented times.
The event costs $10.00 for members and $25.00 for non-members. Register online!