(L-R) Councillor Evan Wolley, Mayor Naheed Nenshi, Minister Lori Sigurdson, MLA Deborah Drever and Sarah Woodgate celebrate the grand opening of the Wildwood affordable housing facility in Calgary.
Lori Sigurdson, Minister of Seniors and Housing has said that every Albertan has a right to a safe and affordable place to call home, regardless of their income. Our investment in the Wildwood project is helping Calgary individuals and families with low income by increasing access to affordable housing in their community.

Naheed Nenshi, mayor, City of Calgary said that the City of Calgary is working hard to address the urgent need for affordable housing in all neighbourhoods. Our council contributed the land and allocated funds from the Municipal Sustainability Initiative to support this project. We’re working collaboratively with the province to help make the Wildwood community and Calgary stronger and more resilient.”

Seniors and Housing Minister Lori Sigurdson participated in a grand opening ceremony and facility tour to celebrate the official opening of Wildwood affordable housing.

The province provided a $10.9-million grant to construct the new complex, which includes sustainability features such as high-efficiency windows, water heaters and Energy Star label appliances that reduce energy consumption and operational costs.