The Allotment Commission's priorities and goals include continuing to provide opportunities for Certificate of Possession ownership through the Allotment Process, and ensuring all Westbank First Nation Members are afforded housing opportunities in a manner that meets both their current needs and their long-term housing goals. The application process for housing utilizes a fair and transparent selection method.
Allotment Commission Policy
2017 Application Form
Posted on: January 24, 2017
The WFN Allotment Commission presents one new home in the heart of the Community Core. The new home, located at Lot 540, 1932 Falcon Lane, is one of six located on the new Falcon Lane extension. Each home will have mountain views, easy access to park space, walking trails and the growing amenities of the Community Core.
This lot will be granted in accordance with the WFN Allotment Law which requires the Allotment Commission, an independent body made up of five (5) WFN Members, to choose the successful applicant.
WFN Members who are interested in pursuing this opportunity are required to fully complete an application and submit it to Adam Nerger, Legal Services Assistant by February 17th, 2017.
Download an Allotment application or pick one up from the WFN Community Services office or the Lindley Building.
View: Policy 2015-42 Allotment Commission >
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