About Us

The Aboriginal Housing Society of Prince George (AHSPG) provides a variety of housing to meet the needs of families and individuals in Prince George and other northern communities, such as single-family dwellings, townhouses, and apartment buildings.

AHSPG provides safe, healthy, and affordable housing for Aboriginal people of all incomes, ages, and capabilities. We serve approximately 500 people in Prince George on the Lheidli T’enneh traditional territory and across 11 other communities in northern BC.

Our Values

Our Organization and Staff:

Treat all people, applicants, and volunteers with dignity and respect.

Act with integrity, honesty, and transparency to demonstrate accountability to the community.

Demonstrate caring and compassion for our tenants, without compromising the fair and consistent application of the AHSPG’s policies and rules.

The AHSPG has operated and provided services in Prince George for 36 years and currently operates over 200 rental units across northern British Columbia.


Board of Directors

The AHSPG Board of Directors oversees, authorizes, and evaluates the operations of the organization. They meet every two months and their duties include, but are not limited to:

Ruby Baptiste


Kelly O'Neil

Vice President

Patrick Coon


Terri Jonuk


Bruce Allen


Tammie French


Dawn George


Ray Hourie


Would You Like to Contribute?

Become a Member

Members of the AHSPG help shape both the present and future direction of the organization and may attend the Annual General Meeting (AGM). 

To apply to be a member, please refer to our membership by-laws for classifications of membership and complete the Membership Application Form below.

How we got here

History of AHSPG

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