Housing Manager: Joe Shuter
Tenant Relations Coordinator: Doris Sterling
Housing is a major community issue and one that members take very seriously. Currently, there are approximately 259 homes spread between six of our reserves.
LNIB’s Housing Department is responsible for managing the housing program. This includes property management functions, planning and construction of new houses, and maintenance and upkeep of the housing stock, as well as the relationship with Canada Mortgage Housing Corporation, First Nations Market Housing Fund, and Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada.
Who Can Rent Housing from LNIB:
Anyone as long as they don't have arrears owed to LNIB, or have a serious criminal record.
Rent is due on the first day of each month. If rent is not received by the 5th day, an eviction notice may be given. The Tenant will have 10 days to pay the rent or must vacate the premises.
Pets: Under section 15.0 of the Housing Policy, pets are allowed at single family dwellings and duplexes. Tenants must follow the animal control bylaw which places restrictions on the number of animals permitted .