If you would like to provide housing for displaced Ukrainians arriving in Alberta, you can visit the dedicated page for Ukrainian arrivals on the website of the government of Alberta. You can also fill out the Ukraine Housing Survey of AAISA and CSS.
Please visit bc211’s United for Ukraine website and fill out the United for Ukraine Housing Intake Form. The purpose of this form is to collect the information needed to connect you with settlement organizations that are supporting Ukrainians with available housing as they arrive to BC. A Criminal Record Check is required. It’s a simple process to complete and it’s free.
To support initial shelter needs and connection to settlement services, Manitoba has established a central reception centre for Ukrainian refugees arriving in Manitoba. The centre provides:
For inquiries about services for Ukrainians in Manitoba visit Manitoba4Ukraine or dial 2-1-1. If you are outside of Manitoba, located in another province or outside of Canada, call 1-855-275-1197.
For permanent housing, the provincial government is partnering with New Journey Housing to work with Ukrainian individuals and families to match clients with appropriate permanent accommodations. New Journey Housing is a Winnipeg based agency that assists newcomers to find housing and has resources to support newcomers to rent or purchase housing, and manage their money. For information on finding housing or offers from landlords, please contact New Journey Housing.
If you want to provide housing for displaced Ukrainians arriving in New Brunswick, please fill out the Volunteer Host Intake Form of the New Brunswick Multicultural Council.
Newfoundland and Labrador
If you are a Landlord or Registered Business please fill out the “I Want to offer Housing” form.
If you are interested in offering space within your home to host war-displaced Ukrainians, the Ukrainian Canadian Congress Nova Scotia Branch (UCC NS) is facilitating a hosting/homestay program which will match arriving Ukrainians with vetted Canadian hosts. Please fill out their Nova Scotia host intake form.
As you get settled you will want to find a more permanent place to live. In the larger centres, you will have options to rent or buy a house or apartment. In smaller communities the housing options may be limited. If you are moving to a smaller community for an employment opportunity, your employer may be able to arrange accommodation. You can refer to page 23 of the resource booklet for newcomers “Welcome to the NWT”.
Information about how to provide housing for displaced Ukrainians arriving in Nunavut will be updated as it becomes available.
If you would like to provide housing for displaced Ukrainians and other newcomers arriving in Ontario, you can submit a housing assistance offer on the portal to support newcomers arriving in Ontario of the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI).
Prince Edward Island
Information about how to provide housing for displaced Ukrainians arriving in Prince Edward Island will be updated as it becomes available.
Information about how to provide housing for displaced Ukrainians arriving in Quebec will be updated as it becomes available.
The Ukrainian Canadian Congress in Saskatchewan acts as the gateway for Ukrainians arriving in Saskatchewan. If you would like to offer their house to displaced Ukrainians, please fill out the form of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress in Saskatchewan.
The Saskatchewan Housing Corporation (SHC) has housing units available in both rural and urban communities across the province that can support displaced Ukrainians. SHC will work with community partners and local housing authorities to connect refugees in need with safe housing as they become settled in Saskatchewan. Families, individuals or community organizations can phone SHC at 1-800-667-7567 to apply for housing support.
For more information on housing in the Yukon, you can access the website of the Yukon.