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Robert Jarvis is a senior support care worker at Cedar Grove, a supportive housing complex run by the Cool Aid Society. The site is due for a massive renovation, but construction can’t start until the 22 residents have somewhere to go. Nicole Crescenzi/VICTORIA NEWS

Cool Aid struggles to find temporary housing for Cedar Grove residents

Renovations can’t start at 210 Gorge Rd. E. until homes are found

 

Cool Aid co-founder Charles Barber, right, works the phones for the organization’s Help Lines, as shown in this photo from August 1968. (Photo contributed)

Captured in time: Cool Aid unveils photos from its 50 years of history

The photos will be on display and for sale at their Downtown Community Centre

 

Sisters of St. Ann’s $450,000 donation will help Cool Aid build more housing on Gorge Rd.

Sisters of St. Ann’s $450,000 donation will help Cool Aid build more housing on Gorge Rd.

Funds will go towards replacing the Cedar Grove supportive housing complex

 

Social housing moving next door to elementary school

Social housing moving next door to elementary school

Cool Aid’s Mount Edwards Court will house adults 55 plus

Social housing moving next door to elementary school
Victoria Cool Aid Society’s rezoning application to build supportive and affordable housing units at Mount Edwards Court (1002 Vancouver St.) was approved. (Lauren Boothby/VICTORIA NEWS)

Social housing moving next door to elementary school

Cool Aid’s Mount Edwards Court will house adults 55 plus

Victoria Cool Aid Society’s rezoning application to build supportive and affordable housing units at Mount Edwards Court (1002 Vancouver St.) was approved. (Lauren Boothby/VICTORIA NEWS)