20 ACORN members came down to city hall for a meeting of the planning and housing committee. Our purpose? Demand Healthy and Affordable Housing
Les logements insalubres empoisonnent la vie des locataires qui sont forcés d'y vivre.
But city staff can’t be ‘super-sleuths’ by investigating how buildings become vacant before applications.
Residents looking to elect government that helps reduce telecom costs
A tenant rights organization is speaking out against a Burquitlam highrise development it says will displace low-income renters.
Posted on November 15, 2019
Ford government cuts could jeopardize anti-poverty efforts, city says
The city is laying out new rules to protect tenants but some advocates say those changes don't go far enough.
A few dozen Acorn supporters and tenants of a high-rise building at 2880 Carling Avenue protested outside the doors of the Landlord Tenant Board on Albert Street Wednesday morning.
More than two years after council signed off on new rules to protect renters the city is “failing” in their promise to improve conditions for tenants, said a city councillor who led the push for the RentSafe program.
Toronto ACORN Members Demand Healthy and Affordable Housing
Two councillors are calling for changes in a City-run program that they say is failing 30 per cent of Toronto residents who rely on it.
Posted on November 6, 2019
City staff are again spiking calls for landlord licensing and a regulation scheme – despite recommendations that the city implement a pilot project in three areas of the city – because they believe that provincial laws pose a “legal impediment” that prevent the city from regulating the rental housing business.
Housing affordability show – interview with ACORN about the housing crisis in Toronto.
Op Ed for the Toronto Star