Report contains steps on how the City of Surrey can “ease” the city’s housing crisis
Acorn's Hamilton chapter had another demonstration on King Street West Thursday August 6, 2020, calling for a repeal to bill 184 – known as the protecting tenants and strengthening community housing act.
The Landlord and Tenant Board reopened this week and will begin to work through a huge backlog of eviction applications.
The tenant advocacy group is worried about a provincial bill which could fast track evictions.
Posted June 3, 2020
Our hearts fill and bleed knowing the list of Black, Indigenous and other people of Colour killed by the Canadian police and the police in the US. We are full of grief for their families. We stand with this fight and a never-ending commitment to fight for change that will end Canada's, the United States', and the world’s own never-ending pandemic of ardent racism.
Posted on August 4, 2020
Beginning today, August 4th, Ontario’s Landlord and Tenant Board is set to begin processing thousands of eviction applications, following the lifting of a provincial moratorium on evictions.
Toronto City Council has voted to take the provincial government to court over Bill 184.
ACORN a discuté avec la direction générale des programmes d’habitation.
Dozens of concerned tenants marched through the streets of downtown Hamilton to voice their concerns over a new rental law that would make it easier for landlords to evict tenants after the pandemic.
Hamilton tenant advocates are calling on the Ontario government to scrap legislation they warn will lead to more homelessness through expedited evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As Ontario re-opens, the government is also now allowing landlords to evict tenants who don't pay their rent
Landlords are now required to follow new COVID-19 health and safety rules from Toronto Public Health, city council has decided.
ACORN Canada stage protests in five Ontario cities Wednesday, including Sault and Sudbury
Affordable housing in Ottawa has become more than a crisis
This afternoon some 30 tenants of 6 Nivens Avenue and their sympathizers rallied in front of the North Dartmouth building to bring attention to its state of disrepair.
Tenant concerns about Bill 184 post-pandemic
The lobby group representing Canada’s big banks says there just is “no public policy objective or existing gap in the marketplace” calling for Canada Post to become a retail bank.