Housing

Impact of financialization of housing on tenants: Findings from ACORN Survey 2022

Posted on May 10, 2022

This brief documents the findings of the survey ACORN Canada conducted to understand the impact of financialization of housing on low- and moderate-income tenants. This research was conducted for the Office of the Federal Housing Advocate (OFHA). The views expressed are those of ACORN and do not necessarily reflect the views of the OFHA or the Canadian Human Rights Commission.

Rent Safe in Mississauga

Posted on 30 December 2021

Peel ACORN won Rent Safe in Mississauga - this is a huge victory for tens of thousands of tenants who have been struggling in substandard housing. Peel ACORN has been fighting for healthy homes for years and finally through numerous actions, petitions, deputations and much more, tenants secured this important victory! Read the report detailing how we organized and the next steps.

Les locataires de NB à risque : l'absence de protection contre les expulsions et l'insécurité du logement

Posted November 18, 2021

Dans ce rapport, nous disséquons les réponses à l'enquête concernant le manque deprotection contre les expulsions dans la province, un aspect qui a été clairementnégligé par l'examen de la situation du logement locatif de la province qui a été menéplus tôt cette année.

 

Federal government failing to protect right to housing for those who need it most

Posted on August 19, 2021

The Federal government is failing miserably to provide affordable housing. In fact, through the federal housing agency - CMHC, it is putting billions of dollars in developers' pockets to build more unaffordable housing. This infographic highlights the issues with the current CMHC funding and what do ACORN members want.

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