BC Housing Management Commission

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The British Columbia Housing Management Commission (more commonly BC Housing) is a crown corporation in the province of British Columbia, Canada. Its mandate is to provide government-subsidized housing for residents of British Columbia, in conjunction with health authorities, private partners and other levels of government in Canada.

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On September 10, 2012 the CBC showed the following headlines: "Public housing in Vancouver called 'crack shacks and brothels' - CEO admits filthy, crime-ridden buildings in 'abysmal' shape".[1]

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