“Tenants united will never be defeated.”
A group fighting for the interests of local tenants says Hamilton city council needs to implement a landlord licensing bylaw that would aim to stop “renovictions”.
Proposed Rental Housing Property Management bylaw would set new standards for maintaining rental units
Residents of 1244 Donald St. want to mandate landlords to address pest infestations within a 72-hour time frame.
Ottawa's community and protective services committee is considering a new property management bylaw, which would require landlords to develop a pest management plan and respond to vital service requests from tenants within 24 hours.
Posted August 21, 2020
Hamilton advocates for affordable housing says many tenants are either living in deplorable conditions or being pushed out of their units by landlords.
Bylaw makes landlords responsible for tenant accommodations during renovations
Today we released our report on the threats to the City of Hamilton's affordable housing and the bold action the city can take to protect low income and working class tenants.
In recent years, it’s become clear that high-speed Internet is a necessity for living in our current world, as crucial to our well-being as central heating or access to clean water.
The Alliance to End Homelessness, in concert with the City of Ottawa and the Eastern Ontario Landlords Organization, has begun an Ottawa Housing Blitz to find 100 affordable-housing units for people in need before October.
The provinces should ensure that people struggling financially amid the pandemic aren’t propelled into homelessness through eviction, argues Tim Richter, president of the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness.
Michael Hicks says the cockroaches in his Hamilton Mountain apartment building are so bad he can no longer bring his daughter over to stay with him.
The Landlord and Tenant Board reopened this week and will begin to work through a huge backlog of eviction applications.
Duelling demonstrations express different views of Bill 184
A bylaw proposed by the city would make sure landlords maintain their rental units and encourage tenants to help keep cockroaches, rats and other pests out of the building.
ACORN Hamilton advocating for landlord licensing system
ACORN met with the head of the Urban Planning division * ACORN a rencontré le chef de division de l’urbanisme
Report contains steps on how the City of Surrey can “ease” the city’s housing crisis
A group that saw success in prodding New Westminster and Burnaby to reform their rental bylaws, is now setting its sights on Surrey.