Hamilton is in an affordable and livable housing crisis. This is a trend seen across most major Canadian cities, that will worsen with no government action. The City of Hamilton has a responsibility to protect the most vulnerable. If the city continues on its current path of protecting developers and landlords over working class communities, more and more tenants will lose affordable housing or be forced to remain in unsafe and unhealthy conditions.
The Tenants' Case for Landlord Licensing in Toronto
Posted on 24 June, 2020
Doug Ford is bringing in Bill 184 named “Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act” which does the exact opposite. This is the written submission that members of ACORN have made to the Standing Committee on Social Policy to raise our concerns relating to the Bill.
New ACORN report illustrates how Burnaby’s self-made housing crisis works.
Toronto ACORN's Affordable City Platform
As rents skyrocket and vacancy rates plummet, low and moderate income Ottawa tenants are facing an affordability crisis that is pricing them out of their communities.