CArrie Hookey


Carrie is a recent graduate of Memorial University; she has successfully completed her Bachelor of Arts with a focus in English and Geography and her Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary). The pandemic opted for Carrie’s move back to her hometown of English Harbour to complete her schooling remotely and since then, she has felt the challenges of affordable housing in Port Rexton and surrounding area. Her experience, combined with her hopes to reside in Port Rexton long-term, has fueled her investment in Otter Housing Association.

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Otter Housing Association

Our mandate is to promote access to green affordable housing through planning, development, construction and operation within Newfoundland and Labrador’s rural communities.

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OHA Updates

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    Call for Board Members

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    OHA is recruiting members to join our Board of Directors. All Directors should have the following: Share Your Interest By April 17, 2024 We ask all…

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    Community-Led Housing Fund

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    In January 2024, Otter Housing Association applied to the Community-Led Housing (CLH) Fund by Reclaim Community Collaborative Design Organization (CDO), a non-profit created to fill…

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    Lock and Key

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    In December 2023, The Independent released a limited series podcast about housing, and the stories behind closed doors. “Lock and Key” provides excellent insight on the…