The Northern Alberta Co-operative Housing Association (NACHA) is a federation of Housing Co-operatives. We provide a variety of services to our membership and to the public who are interested in finding out more about cooperative housing.
We offer a variety of information/resources including a monthly public information session that can assist families in becoming members of a housing cooperative project.
Some Edmonton area co-ops have very long waiting lists. You can expect anywhere from a 3 month to 3 year wait for a vacancy. As a result, we recommend that you inquire with the co-op that does not currently have a vacancy if they have a waiting list and how long it could take. Please be aware that not all co-ops have subsidies available.
Note: NACHA is not involved in the placement of families in its member housing co-ops.
NACHA’s Tech Support Service is available to assist you in hosting virtual meetings. We can create an online meeting and provide registration admin and technical support during the meeting. For more information about our service, download the Tech Services document.
Click the Google Forms link to submit a request for NACHA Tech Services.
We are currently looking for a full-time summer student who is enrolled in a marketing, journalism, communication, or related program to help us to launch our new website by creating, improving, and maintaining content. Our ideal candidate should have demonstrable creative writing skills.
We are currently looking for a full-time summer student who will coordinate and implement effective community programs for our member co-ops’ in Edmonton and surrounding areas The Recreation Administrator will be responsible for supervising Recreation Assistants and volunteers. The Administrator must have an interest in community development as this role will empower residents to determine the activities they would like to execute to regain/rebuild what has been lost or disrupted by COVID-19.
We are currently looking for a full-time summer student who is interested in community development and who will assist in the coordination and implementation of effective community programs for our member co-ops’ in Edmonton and surrounding areas. This role will work to empower residents to determine their programming needs in order to regain/rebuild what has been lost or disrupted in their community by COVID-19.
Please submit you Cover Letter and Resume via Indeed or email email@example.com. If via email please ensure the Subject Line states Job Application and the name of position being applied for e.g. Job Application: Web Content Administrator.
NACHA’s Building Community Connections Micro-Grant is available to our housing co-op members to assist them in building a connection with their members. NACHA’s goal is to support any event or project that helps the co-op community members to feel connected. The objective is to promote mental and physical well-being, build connection and belonging, and to combat isolation due to COVID-19.
Click the Google Forms link to submit a request for Building Community Connections: Micro-Grant Application.
The NACHA/TELUS Partner Program is available to all housing co-op members. The program provides enhanced offers, savings, and customer service.
Is your internet too slow? What can you do to make it faster? One option to improve internet services is via Telus’ PureFibre technology. We know that sounds like a great idea but what’s the cost the co-op. That’s the beauty of the offer, Telus will absorb 100% of the cost.
To help you make a decision we have provided you with a variety of information. You can find all the details here.
If your co-op is interested, consider inviting a Telus representative to your Board Meeting to answer any questions you may have.
At the 2019 NACHA General Meeting and Fall Education Event we released the NACHA 2020 – 2025 Strategic Plan. You can take a look at the main points of the Strategic Plan here.
Due to the concerns surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we thought it was prudent to cancel our events that were scheduled to take place in March and April 2020. For more information about our response, please review our communication.
We will update this site as new information is available, so please check periodically and stay safe.