What's New 

Hot Weather

BC Housing and the Government of Canada have some tips on ways to keep your home cooler and stay safe during the hot weather that we are experiencing this summer.

New Homes Underway In Langford

The Capital Regional District (CRD), in partnership with the Province of BC and the Capital Region Housing Corporation (CRHC), has started construction of 58 new affordable homes at 2782 Spencer Road in Langford. Read the media release here>>

Annual Report

The CRHC’s 2020 Annual Report is now available. The report outlines progress on strategic priorities such as providing affordable housing and delivering tenant services. It also details the CRHC’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, increasing support for tenants during a time of uncertainty and taking appropriate precautions to keep people safe. Read the report here >>

New Homes Available In Langford

Hockley House, located in the heart of Langford, is a six-storey, 120-unit building on Hockley Avenue, offering a mix of studios, 1 and 2 bedroom apartment homes. Tenancy applications are now being accepted. Read the media release >>

Learn more about rentals in our newest buildings.

COVID Office Protocols

Effective November 20, following the Provincial Health Order, masks are required in all indoor public spaces including CRD facilities and our CRHC office.

Our office doors are open, and as a way to ensure physical distancing in our limited reception area, we will be accepting only one client, or three individuals from the same household at a time. If you require a face-to-face meeting, we recommend that you call or email the employee you wish to meet with to make an appointment.

We can accommodate walk-in rent payments; however, if you arrive at the office without an appointment or see that someone is already in the reception area, you'll be asked to wait outside until the person ahead of you has left the building before entering our office. We thank you for helping keep us all safe. 

Regional Housing First Program

Thanks to an expansion of the Regional Housing First Program (RHFP), an additional $30 million will be available to the Capital Region Housing Corporation to build subsidized rental units for the community's hardest to house. The expansion bring the total funding for RHFP to $120 million toward projects that meet a variety of housing needs. Read more >>

COVID-19 Information for Tenants

As you are aware, COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) continues to cause infections worldwide. We want you to know the Capital Region Housing Corporation is actively monitoring the situation and taking appropriate precautions based on direction from BC’s Provincial Health Officer.

Please read the information sheets for the latest updates.

Tenant Resources

The following resources are now available online:

For more information and updates, please visit the Tenant Updates section.


Current Vacancies

Emergency Pager: 250.388.1690

If there is a maintenance situation which will damage your suite or the building please call the Housing emergency pager: 250.388.1690.

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