Ottawa ACORN members want a landlord licensing program similar to how restaurants are licensed or Toronto’s Rent Safe Program.
In 2015, the six largest banks in Canada – TD, BMO, RBC, Scotia, CIBC and National Bank – generated $35 billion in profits. As bank profits continue to grow, many Canadians find themselves devastated by NSF fees of $45 and high interest rates on overdrafts and credit.
Nous avons besoin d’une licence pour propriétaire-locateur MAINTENANT! Envoyez un courriel au conseiller Mathieu Fleury exigeant des logements sains pour les locataires à faible revenu.
ACORN Canada has been fighting for affordable and accessible Internet for All - and now the CRTC has passed the buck to the Ministry of Innovation to make high speed internet affordable for low and moderate income people!
La province de l’Ontario est en pleine crise du logement
Ontario ACORN is organizing to increase the thresholds for clawbacks and assets for ODSP and OW recipients. The government of Ontario could raise thousands of people out of poverty if they would only change the rules around what we are allowed to keep without even raising the budget! Let us keep our money! * ACORN Ontario s’organise pour faire augmenter le seuil de la récupération de revenu et les limites de l’avoir pour les bénéficiaires de POSPH et OT. Le gouvernement de l’Ontario peut, sans augmenter le budget, sortir des milliers de personnes de la pauvreté en changeant seulement les règles sur ce que nous pouvons garder !
Laissez-nous garder notre argent!
Millions of Canadians are excluded from the mainstream banking sector, giving rise to a growing predatory lending industry. That’s why ACORN Canada is fighting for Fair Banking (including Postal Banking). We want the federal government to legislate the Canadian banking sector to stop pushing low and moderate income families to predatory banking services.
The City of Toronto is currently looking into regulating landlords through a licensing regime to enforce maintenance standards. It is critically important that the City hears from YOU how important it is that apartments are well maintained for the health and safety of tenants!