Burnaby adopts surprising recommendations for growth, homelessness and protecting renters. We break down the biggest three.
‘None of us were expecting this,’ Edith Hardman says of having to leave 610-612 King St. E.
Having internet access is proving to be a costly addition for many low-income families and ACORN Canada, a charitable organization is urging the federal government to act.
The high cost of internet in Canada is a well-documented problem that disproportionally impacts low- and moderate-income households
Internet est devenu un outil essentiel à de nombreuses activités quotidiennes.
A Star analysis found Toronto's RentSafe program has received 9,285 complaints.
Hamilton is now among the top 10 priciest cities in Canada.
ACORN Canada wants “digital equity” from federal government
ACORN Canada urges Ottawa to expand scope of its Connecting Families program
'I’m afraid when I cook that a roach will fall in my food,' resident says
Tenant advocate Peter D’Gama says Toronto police are throwing the book at him for allegedly tossing legal papers at a property manager and a process server who interrupted a community meeting about building repairs.
Proposed policy would guarantee temporary accommodation to renters displaced by renovictions and demovictions
Members of a tenant advocacy group joined frustrated residents of an Etobicoke condo who say moldy, water damaged ceilings, crumbling walls and leaking sewage is threatening their health.
City would be 'strung up' if it tried to sell property like this, Coun. Joe Cressy says
There are growing concerns about a piece of land near Eglinton Avenue West and Caledonia Road. It is slated to become a parking lot.
On Saturday July 20th, 20 ACORN members came out to demand answers from their property manager, Del Management Solutions, and from the City Of Toronto about why tenants keep on getting bedbugs and have no access to their recreation room.