Hamilton ACORN's fight for livable housing won a major step forward at City Hall today!
Tenants who fear retaliation when reporting issues with their units might be pleased to hear that the City of Mississauga is considering implementing a program that would allow it to proactively inspect apartment buildings on a regular basis.
Equitable access to the internet is a communication right.
Les logements insalubres empoisonnent la vie des locataires qui sont forcés d'y vivre.
Hamilton’s planning committee has unanimously approved a motion to look at improving the property standards bylaw to protect tenants who are trapped in unhealthy and unsafe living conditions.
Hamilton ACORN member Patricia Galvin speaks with CHCH News.
Councillor calls for examination of property standards protocols in light of tenants’ concerns
Mould, pests, broken buzzers among issues tenants want enforcement on: ACORN
Province raises cap on rent increase to 2.2% for 2020, highest hike since 2013
Toronto to build 771 units at Bloor-Kipling, 419 at Bloor-Islington
From ‘renovictions’ to skyrocketing rents, it was a painful year as tenant advocates pushed for solutions
Highlights include LRT, clean water and zero unemployment
Posted on December 19, 2019
A group of residents displaced by a fire last month is rallying today, demanding answers from the property management of a North York highrise.
Displaced Gosford tenants call for better communication after massive fire that killed one, injured others
Dozens at 235 Gosford Blvd. call on property management company to communicate better