On April 27 members gathered at the Carnegie Community Centre to share success stories of the past year, organize further action and (most importantly) eat cake!
Herongate ACORN Tenant Leaders
When a corporate landlord served tenants of the Herongate community in Ottawa with eviction notices, the community began organizing to fight displacement and corporate gentrification.
A detailed paper from the United States breaks down actual housing costs
Homelessness has reached post-apocalyptic levels in the absence of a national housing program.
In an open letter, students from St. Thomas University in Fredericton ask government to remedy the housing shortage that is so clearly evident by the tent city that has sprung up in the urban centre.
While campaigns for a national right to housing flourish, the same attention is not paid to the right to shelter.
Recent inquest into the death of Grant Faulkner, who died in January 2015, excluded evidence on affordable housing, shelter availability, or the effectiveness of the cold weather alert system.
Health Providers Against Poverty analyzes Ontario party platforms with an equity lens.
The Department of Public Memory collaborates with the Toronto Disaster Relief Committee in a hands-on archive to remember their joint campaign for affordable housing.
A federal-provincial-territorial (FPT) framework agreement on housing was signed on April 10 in Toronto. It supports the Trudeau government's National Housing Strategy, which was released last fall.