A supportive housing complex proposed for the Terwillegar neighbourhood of Edmonton continues to attract controversy.
The Jasper Place Health and Wellness Centre wants to build the 60-unit project to house formerly homeless tenants on land that belongs to a local church.
About 600 people packed a meeting on Thursday night to express their concerns about safety and what they feel is a lack of information provided to the community.
Some residents worry that the project will lower their property values but is that true?
The CBC’s Kristina Partsinevelos asked Jon Hall from the Realtors Association of Edmonton about factors that affect housing prices.