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Construction begins on 80 affordable homes in Kamloops

Construction begins on 80 affordable homes in Kamloops

KAMLOOPS, B.C. – Construction has begun on 80 affordable rental homes for seniors and families in Kamloops, B.C.

The project at 346 Campbell Ave. is a partnership between the Province of British Columbia, BC Housing, the City of Kamloops and the ASK Wellness Society which will operate the development once construction is finished in early 2026, a release said.

“Kamloops is a growing community, and with population growth there is a need for more affordable housing options for people living in the community. These 80 homes will go a long way to support the future growth and development of the city, while also supporting seniors with low to moderate incomes,” B.C. Minister of Housing Ravi Kahlon said in a statement.  

“We’re thrilled to break ground on The Confluence, a project that embodies our commitment to providing a tapestry of affordable housing options in Kamloops. This development will offer a safe, supportive and intergenerational community, addressing the pressing need for quality housing for families and seniors in our region,” ASK Wellness Society executive director Bob Hughes added.  

The six-storey building will include a mix of units including one-, two- and three-bedroom homes, with 20 per cent of the units accessible. Rents for the units will be finalized closer to opening, the release said.

The building has been named The Confluence in recognition of bringing people together while paying tribute to Tk’emlúps te Secwepemc lands and rivers.

The Province of B.C. is providing $9 million of funding through BC Housing using the Building BC: Community Housing Fund and will provide annual operating funding.


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