Garden River First Nation Housing Department

The GRFN Housing Department is conducting a survey to understand community interest in tiny homes, and whether building tiny homes is a viable option for addressing affordability and sustainability in Garden River. This survey is also an opportunity to better understand the general housing visions of community members.
 
For the purposes of this survey, a tiny home is defined as being 600 square feet or less and can accommodate up to two (2) adult occupants. Although the main target audience for this survey is single people or couples in GRFN whose housing needs are not currently met, we invite all Garden River members to participate so that the housing department can continue to meet the needs of all of our members.
 
Miigwetch, thank you for participating in our survey. Surveys will remain confidential and records will be kept at the GRFN Housing Department for a period of two (2) years. The outcomes of this survey will be posted on the Housing Department’s website and will be used to inform a Housing Needs Assessment.
 
In return for your time, your name will be submitted for a draw to win a gift certificate for: Visa ($500 gift card), Wal-Mart ($200), Best Buy ($100), or Canadian Tire ($50).

For more information or if you wish to request a cold call (should you not have access to a computer), please contact Carrie Zeppa, Tenant Relations Officer, at: (705)-946-6300 or email: czeppa@gardenriver.org 

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* 1. Contact Information

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* 2. Gender: How do you identify?

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* 3. To which age demographic do you belong?

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* 4. Which of the following best describes your current relationship status?

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* 5. Please describe your current living situation.

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* 6. Would you consider living in a tiny home?

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* 7. If Yes, because ... (check all that apply)

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* 8. Please elaborate on your primary reason for living in a tiny home.

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* 9. The following are examples of tiny home designs to demonstrate the variety of building styles Garden River could pursue. Check all options that interest you.

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* 10. How long would you consider living in a tiny home?

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* 11. Given the correct information and training, would you consider the possibility of living off-grid, using innovative technologies that address environmental sustainability (ex: solar panels, geothermal energy, composting toilets, etc.)?

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* 12. If not a tiny home, what type of housing would Garden River First Nation need to provide in order to fit your needs (number of bedrooms, number of bathrooms, layout, etc.)?

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* 13. What is your personal vision for housing in GRFN? Please be as specific as needed.

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* 14. Please provide any additional questions or comments you may have.

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