ACORN Canada members are fighting for affordable and livable housing at all levels of government across Canada.
Affordable Liveable Housing
Nova Scotia ACORN and the New Democratic Party are calling on the provincial government to expand the three-month eviction ban announced March 19 and to freeze all rental increases during the state of emergency.
Health experts have warned that COVID-19 can disproportionately affect dense communities stricken with high poverty rates.
Nova Scotia ACORN member Fred Barnes talks to Sheldon Macleod about the Rent Break campaign.
Nova Scotia ACORN member Darryl King talks to CBC about the Rent Break campaign.
More than a third of Canadians don’t know if they can afford this month’s rent, due impacts from the pandemic.
More than one in three renters across Canada fears they won't make their rent payment tomorrow, and many landlords are bracing for the economic impact as personal finances tighten under the pressure of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tomorrow is the first day of a new month. Specifically, the second ‘first day’ of a new month since COVID-19 took over much of our lives.
Posted May 1, 2020
Survey from ACORN says 35% of renters won't be able to pay rent tomorrow