We’re in the running

The Antigonish Affordable Housing Society’s (AAHS) Housing for Hope initiative is in the running for the 2017 national Aviva Community Fund competition. Our proposal to build a Community Room in Phase 2 of our Riverside Estates development has just been accepted...

Home at last

Sweetie Pie is scratching at the door waiting to be let in. The calico cat is Faye Power’s “baby” and has been her constant companion for the past 10 years. When Faye applied to become a tenant in one of the barrier-free units at Riverside Estates...

Vocal students donate

Vocal students of Sr. Lillian Gaudet of the Sisters of Saint Martha have contributed $1,446.50 to the Antigonish Affordable Housing Society (AAHS). Sr. Lillian and her students held a series of concerts on the weekend, and with their parents’ agreement, asked...

Society Hires Community Navigator

The Antigonish Affordable Housing Society (AAHS) has hired a Community Navigator for Riverside Estates, its new housing development designed to meet the needs of persons living on low income in Antigonish Town and County. Carleton MacNeil will support social...

More Affordable Housing Coming to Antigonish

People in Antigonish, who struggle on low income, will soon have access to more affordable housing. Joanne Bernard, Minister responsible for Housing Nova Scotia,along with the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, today, July 29, announced $100,000 in federal and...