Tenancy Improvement Program

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The Tenancy Improvement Program exists to improve and maintain tenancies in the West Broadway neighbourhood through:

  • Aiding tenants in understanding their rights and responsibilities
  • Assisting tenants with understanding and navigating resources and systems, such as the Residential Tenancies Branch policies and processes
  • Referring people who are tenants, precariously housed, or experiencing homelessness to resources
  • Working respectfully with our neighbours through a person-centred harm reduction model

How can the Tenancy Improvement Program help?

The Tenancy Improvement Program can help by:

  • Answering tenancy related questions
  • Explaining tenant and landlord rights and responsibilities
  • Explaining Residential Tenancies Branch policies and processes
  • Speaking with landlords to try to resolve conflicts
  • Assisting tenants served with eviction notices
  • Assisting tenants with the repairs process
  • Explaining what government benefits are available to tenants
  • Referring people who are tenants, precariously housed, or experiencing homelessness to resources

The Tenancy Improvement Program works within the West Broadway Neighbourbood. If you live outside of the neighbourhood, we may be able to refer you to more appropriate resources. 

How can I access the Tenancy Improvement Program?

The Tenancy Improvement Program runs on a drop in basis three days a week, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10AM – 4PM at Crossways in Common (222 Furby Street). Appointments may be arranged outside of these hours by calling (431) 334-9930 or by emailing
tenants@westbroadway.mb.ca