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Housing Horror Stories: The Tenants’ Case for Landlord Licensing in Ottawa

This collection of tenant testimonials shows that the City of Ottawa needs to do more to improve housing…

Posted August 28, 2019

Inclusionary Zoning: Best Practice

Inclusionary zoning is a planning tool used to create affordable housing, by requiring new residential developments to include…

Posted May 27, 2019

Ottawa ACORN: The Fight for the Right to Housing and a No Displacement CBA in Herongate

Community benefits agreements (CBAs) are legally enforceable contracts signed by community groups and a private developer or government…

Posted April 16, 2019

Burnaby’s Tenant Displacement Specialists

New ACORN report illustrates how Burnaby’s self-made housing crisis works.      

Posted October 15, 2018

A State of Disrepair: Hamilton ACORN Tenant Survey

In the early days of Hamilton ACORN, our low-to-moderate income membership identified substandard living conditions as the number…

Posted September 27, 2018

Affordable for Who? The State of Affordable Housing in Ottawa

As rents skyrocket and vacancy rates plummet, low and moderate income Ottawa tenants are facing an affordability crisis…

Posted August 29, 2018

Affordable for Who? : Redefining Affordable Housing in Toronto

Staggering rental costs in Toronto make it difficult for low-income individuals and families to find housing that is…

Posted July 4, 2018

“We need people to be able to afford to live in this city” : The Urgent Need for New Affordable Housing in Toronto

With the municipal election looming, Mayor Tory has suddenly realized that Toronto is in the midst of a…

Posted July 4, 2018

National Housing Strategy: Lessons from the U.S.

ACORN’s housing campaign calls for the Federal Government to enact legislation that clearly establishes the right to secure,…

Posted November 22, 2017

Nova Scotia Province Wide Tenant Survey Report

In 2011 statistics, there were 390,280 private households across the province of Nova Scotia. 29% is listed as…

Posted July 26, 2017

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