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Weston ACORN members and tenants from 2450, 2460, and 2240 Weston Road held a rally to demand that Q Residential complete the repairs that are badly needed in their buildings.
ACORN members from across the country will come together to listen to exciting guest speakers, including labour leaders, community allies, politicians and more; meet other ACORN members and leaders from across the country; attend workshops on how to build power for change; and learn the skills and tools needed to develop grassroots campaigns.
Analysts continue to declare the winners, losers and uncertain parties of Ontario's 2019 budget today as many in the province learn more about what Premier Doug Ford has in store for our fiscal future.
ACORN members assembled outside the Ministry of Finance's Queen Park office midday Friday in response to the provincial government's recently proposed budget.
Posted April 11th, 2019
With a budget that mentions the word “poverty” zero times, the Provincial government has once again made its contempt for low and moderate income Ontarians clear.
The Federal Government is going to pay $1.3 billion to improve and upgrade accessibility at Toronto Community Housing buildings. While the money is being welcomed by many, others are wondering when the Feds will do more to address affordable housing in the city. Matthew Bingley reports.
A number of homeless people who have been living under the Gardiner Expressway near Spadina and Bathurst were given eviction notices by the City in January. Most have no where else to go.
ACORN members, hoping for bold action to tackle the affordability crisis sweeping across many Canadian cities, were feeling underwhelmed as the federal government tabled Budget 2019, their last budget before the election in October.
The federal government says it is financing a new rental housing project in Etobicoke with the aim of bolstering the city’s dwindling rental stock.