ACORN Canada members are fighting for affordable and livable housing at all levels of government across Canada.
Affordable Liveable Housing
650 Parliament fire
ACORN Toronto called the decision atrocious.
“The fiscal hole is deep… Everyone across the province will be required to make sacrifices, without exception”. Finance Minister Vic Fedeli further emphasized the government’s plan to attack Ontario’s most vulnerable as he announced tax breaks for the rich and a series of cuts and rollbacks that will gut protections for low-income Ontarians.
Displaced St. James Town residents will no longer have their hotel rooms paid for at the end of the month, says the property manager.
The management of a Toronto apartment building that was ravaged by fire last summer says it will stop paying hotel bills for its displaced tenants at the end of this month.
Displaced residents of 650 Parliament St. are protesting the landlord’s move to resume charging rent from some of those living in hotels and temporary accommodations across the city.
“Mayor Corrigan paid a steep price for mass evicting tenants,” ACORN Canada stated.
East end tenants are protesting proposed rent hikes and disrepair in Stoney Creek towers