Mungall Releases Final Installment of Video Letter Trilogy

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Today marks the third and final installment of MLA Michelle Mungall’s video- trilogy letter to Housing Minister, Rich Coleman. The video letters urge the Minister to spread a little holiday cheer by releasing funding for the Canadian Mental Health Association’s proposed Anderson Street housing development for seniors who have experienced homelessness.“The 35 units of supportive housing for seniors would be a huge benefit to the community by putting an end to homelessness for many people,” states Mungall.

The project has been shovel-ready since the fall of 2008 and would see $7 million put into supportive housing in the region. Despite reassurances from Minister Coleman that this project is a priority, actual dollars have yet to be seen.

During filming, Mungall enlisted the help of local housing advocates, City Councillor Donna Macdonald, and people who would benefit from this supportive housing.

“Anyone  can view the video trilogy on my YouTube channel or by following the links from my website. Most importantly, the Minister for Housing doesn’t have to make a special trip to see that local seniors and the lot on Andersen Street are ready and waiting for housing. He can see them just by clicking “play” on three videos” says Mungall.

Click here to go to Michelle’s Youtube channel.

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Posted: December 8th, 2010 

Click here to see the latest video.

This Holiday Season, MLA Michelle Mungall is using YouTube to send a video trilogy to Rich Coleman, the Minister responsible for Housing. The three video letters focus on CMHA’s proposed 35 unit housing project slated for Nelson’s Anderson Street.

The video trilogy will be uploaded to Youtube the first three Wednesdays of December. Anyone can watch the videos and add their voice to the online comments by subscribing to Mungall’s YouTube channel. You definitely want to subscribe to get the first screenings of this season’s made-in-Nelson trilogy.

To subscribe to the Michelle Mungall’s  Youtube channel, click here.