Labrador Friendship Centre
Enriching Aboriginal Life
in Labrador
Labrador Friendship Centre
Housing Needs Assessment Study
Housing Needs Assessment Study
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Housing Wheelhouse (larger version)
The Non-Market Housing Report authors (David Harrison MCIP and James Coons) would like to thank the following organizations for their input and guidance, as well as all community members who participated in the Housing Needs Survey.

Steering Committee Member Organizations
• Labrador Friendship Centre
• Housing and Homelessness Coalition
• Labrador Affairs Secretariat
• Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation

Action Team Members
• Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay
• Nunatsiavut Government
• Salvation Army
• Innu Round Table
• Member House of Assembly
• Labrador-Grenfell Health
• RCMP

Community Participants
• Residents (Mud Lake, Happy Valley-Goose Bay)
• Labrador Inn
• Labrador North Chamber of Commerce
• Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation
• Labrador Heritage Museum
• Town of North West River
• Innu Outreach Workers
• Innu Nation
• Housing Hub

Cover Photo
The Housing Wheelhouse, Kelowna, B.C.

This Housing Needs Assessment Study has been commissioned by the Labrador Friendship Centre on behalf of the Transiently Homeless and Homelessness Action Team (the "Action Team") and is divided into two reports coinciding with the release of Canada's 2021 Census. The Non- Market and Market Housing Reports examine housing needs in a Study Area that includes the communities of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Sheshatshiu, North West River and Mud Lake, and also consider the housing context of a broader region that includes communities located along Labrador's northern coast.

ULM Non-Market Housing Report

Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Sheshatshiu,
North West River and Mud Lake Market Housing Report

ULM Housing Report
 
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