Cress Housing


Cress Housing is an affordable housing corporation that owns 222 units and has an additional 163 units subsidized by the federal government.

Both subsidized and non-subsidized housing aim to provide low to moderate-income families with affordable accommodations.

We rent to First Nation families and individuals within the city of Saskatoon.

Our Process

Applying is easy. Simply fill out a two-page application and provide the necessary documentation and references. And you are now officially on our waitlist.

Once received, it is kept on file, and our tenant relations officer will contact you when appropriate housing is available.

Housing units are allotted to those with the greatest need in our key groups, not necessarily by the date the application is received.

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Policies and Procedures

The Residential Tenancies Act, 2006, and The Residential Tenancies Regulations, 2007 balance the needs of tenants for safe, secure, and habitable living accommodations and the needs of landlords to conduct a viable business and protect their property investment.

The Act is the law that explains the rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords.

The Regulations are set out for the application of the Act.

It is important to note Cress Housing policies and procedures must follow what is outlined in the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006.

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Cress Housing

300-203 Packham Avenue,
SK S7N 4K5

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