• Kwadacha Nation

    The Kwadacha Nation (Tsek’ene) is a proud and dynamic Nation located 570 km North of Prince George, British Columbia, at the confluence of the Fox, the Kwadacha, and Finlay rivers in the Rocky Mountain Trench.
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  • Binche Keyoh First Nation

    The Binche Keyoh First Nation is located 25km from Fort St. James, British Columbia, at the mouth of the Binche River that drains the Binche Lake into Stuart Lake.
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  • Scia’new First Nation (Beecher Bay) Camper Relocation

    Linda E. Property Management Inc. (LER), on the behalf of the Scia’new First Nation, assisted in the relocation of all of the month to month campers who were occupying the campground on the Scia’new Nation’s lands by:
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  • Aboriginal Housing Management Association (AHMA)

    Responsible for the development of a self management model for the delivery of Urban and Rural Aboriginal Housing in British Columbia, of which the agreement was signed with the Province of British Columbia on July 1, 2004;
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  • First Nations Market Housing Fund

    As a Consultant for the First Nations Market Housing Fund Linda works with various First Nations across Canada Building Capacity.
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  • Victoria Native Friendship Centre

    The Victoria Native Friendship Centre (VNFC) has hired Linda E. Ross Property Management Inc. (LER) to develop Siem Lelum (Respected House), which provides 41 units of safe and affordable residential housing for Aboriginal young parents and their children, grandparents raising grandchildren, single young adults who are working and/or attending school, and young adults who are aging out of Foster Care.
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  • Ready To Rent

    Ready to Rent BC works closely with both service providers and housing providers to support people in finding solutions to their own housing needs.
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  • Housing Department for the Tsawout First nation

    Building elders housing, housing policy and procedures, systems development, proposal writing, renovations.
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  • Pacifica Housing

    Clover Place,18 single units for Homeless singles on Douglas and Cloverdale.
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  • Esquimalt First Nation

    Development and construction of 21 new home including the award winning “Little Big Houses” and the administration building. Paul Merrick gifted the copyright of the drawings.
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  • Songhees

    Visioning session with the Nation for the Wellness Centre.
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    Assisting friendship centres across the province to write proposals for the Aboriginal Housing Initiative grant administered by AHMA.
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  • St. Pauls United Church, Sidney, BC

    Applied for and obtained proposal development funds from CMHC to determine the need for work place housing in Sidney and to explore the financial and create a business case for workplace housing on existing church site.

  • Acting Director of the Tsawout First Nation

    The Chief and Council of the Tsawout First Nation (TFN) hired Linda to act as the acting Director of the TFN while the current Director of Operations was away on holiday.

  • Capital Region Housing Corporation Strategic Planning

    As a Consultant for the Capital Region Housing Corporation (CRHC) Linda was responsible for providing expert advice throughout the project and assistance in the development of the CRHC’s strategic plan. This included providing guidance to the Board and senior staff throughout the strategic planning process, developing materials, facilitating the strategic planning session, and creating a final strategic plan report and document for public review and presentation.

  • Co chair for Addressing Property Management Challenges in First Nations Housing

    March 25th and 26th, 2015 in Vancouver co chaired & delivered “Addressing Property Management Challenges in First Nations Housing”

  • Chair for Addressing Property Management Challenges in First Nations Housing

    Saskatoon, June 9th and 10th, 2015 will chair and deliver a number of workshops based on “Addressing Property Management Challenges in First Nations Housing”

  • Naut’sa mawt Tribal Council Home Ownership Policy Toolkit Project

    Linda was asked to lend her expertise in housing management to work collaboratively with a team to review and support the development of the Nautsa mawt Tribal Council’s Home Ownership Policy Toolkit Project.

  • Beckley Farm Housing Co-operative:

    The Beckley Farm Housing Co-operative hired Linda E. Ross Property Management Inc. (LER) to project manage an extensive remediation of the patio decks and the building enclosure. This involved working closely with all stakeholders, including the Co-op membership, design team, engineers, and contractors.

  • Social Innovation Centre:

    Upon purchasing a new office building in Victoria, BC the Social Innovation Centre hired Linda E. Ross Property Management Inc. (LER) for the following services:

    • To undertake the design work and construction planning phases with the goal of creating as many efficiencies as possible;
    • To meet with both the Victoria Immigrant and Refugee Centre Society and Family Services of Greater Victoria to determine main usage;
    • To draft plans for submission to the City of Victoria for permitting;
    • To project manage the renovation of the building (approx. 9500 sq. ft.)
  • The Underwood Trust Development Project of Labour Force Housing:

    The Underwood Family Trust has hired Linda E. Ross Property Management Inc. (LER) as the development consultants to build labour housing on Certificate of Possession (CP) Land on the Tsawout First Nation. Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) has provided Seed Funding and BC Housing has provided a $3 million dollar grant towards the development of this innovative and much needed project.