The regular tax deferment program is a low interest loan program that allows you to defer paying all or part of your property taxes on your principal residence if you're:

The home owner grant reduces the amount of property tax you pay for your principal residence.

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SAFER provides monthly cash payments to eligible BC residents.  They must be 60+ and pay more than 30% of gross (before tax) monthly household income towards the rent. This includes the cost of pad rental for a manufactured home (trailer) owned and occupied.

For local assistance with an application contact the Homeless Prevention Program coordinators at 778.517.5355.

Home Adaptations For Independence (HAFI)

The HAFI program provides financial assistance for home modifications that help eligible low-income British Columbians with mobility or health issues continue to live in their home.

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Secondary suites, such as basement suites, including those that break municipal zoning bylaws, are covered by the same residential tenancy laws as apartments in large buildings. Landlords who rent out suites in their homes do not have any more say in the lives of their tenants just because they live in the same building and sometimes share the same facilities, such as laundry or a yard. It is important that all landlords consider this before renting out a suite in their home.

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