Two of the provinces hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic have banned residential tenant evictions until the crisis ends, but with no promises about what will come afterward, tenants, landlords and activists face bureaucratic chaos, gridlock and potential mass evictions.
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Billions in federal and provincial dollars ‘fantastic,’ but more is needed, Eisenberger says
As April 1 draws near and many tenants dealing with a sudden job loss fret over how they will come up with rent there is increasing pressure on various levels of government to act.
Metro Vancouver mayors, housing activists call for a ban on evictions amid COVID-19 pandemic
A day after six Canadian banks announced six-month deferrals on mortgage payments to ease economic hardships during the COVID-19 outbreak, relief for one segment of the population was notably absent: renters.
Tenants who fear retaliation when reporting issues with their units might be pleased to hear that the City of Mississauga is considering implementing a program that would allow it to proactively inspect apartment buildings on a regular basis.
Posted November 27, 2019
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CityHousing won’t evict anyone for arrears, while Effort Trust offers ‘flexibility’ for hard-up residents
Mayor John Tory has hinted that “some relief” may be in the works for Toronto renters.