In light of advocates' demands, the city has passed new regulations
Alors que les partis fédéraux présentent leurs plans afin d’améliorer la situation du logement dans le Grand Toronto, le coût de la vie, lui, continue d’augmenter.
While low-income activists urge the city to take immediate action on Ottawa’s affordable housing crisis, policy experts and city councillors are looking to the federal government for some relief.
A tenant rights organization is speaking out against a Burquitlam highrise development it says will displace low-income renters.
After a thorough discussion by City Council members and Mayor Jim Watson, a motion was passed to enact minimum distance and licensing requirements for payday lending companies. // Après une discussion approfondie entre les membres du Conseil municipal et le maire, Jim Watson, une motion a été adoptée pour établir des exigences minimales en matière de distance et de permis pour les entreprises de prêt sur salaire.
Recipients’ rates are not affected, but there will be ‘some service impact,’ the general manager of the department says.
Posted on September 4, 2019
Renters, neighbours, landlords asked to fill out survey by Sept. 4.
Housing activists staged a protest in Vanier on Aug. 8 to condemn a new provincial bill that they say will lead to more luxury condo developments and fewer affordable homes in many parts of the city.
According to a study released recently by the advocacy group, ACORN Canada, the high cost of internet access is still leaving low-income families behind.
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.
Burnaby adopts surprising recommendations for growth, homelessness and protecting renters. We break down the biggest three.
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.
‘None of us were expecting this,’ Edith Hardman says of having to leave 610-612 King St. E.