Tired of spending all day in front of a screen, more and more people are tuning into their favourite podcasts, and the choices are endless. Whatever your interests, you can easily find a slew of entertaining, informative podcasts to keep you enthralled while performing mundane tasks. A recent report by The Podcast Exchange suggests 8 million Canadian adults listen to podcasts at least once a month.
The CMHC’s annual Northern Housing Report paints a bleak picture of the housing market in Canada’s northern territories, where a high percentage of residents lack suitable, adequate and affordable housing.
On October 15, the city of Vancouver unanimously approved a $1-billion plan to acquire all 105 of the city’s Single...
This year, COVID-19 has turned millions of lives upside down, and the pandemic has also exposed glaring needs in the housing sector. National Housing Day 2020, Sunday, November 22, is the occasion for an even greater awareness of lodging needs and the work that remains to be done.
Driving a clear connection between food insecurity and unaffordable housing, the 2020 Who’s Hungry report details the...
A student housing co-op in Canada has broken ground in Montreal. The Woodnote Cooperative boasts an innovative...
The study by the Wellesley Institute highlights the stark disparities in eviction filings across Toronto prior to COVID-19. Eviction filing rates were twice as high in neighbourhoods where more low-income renters live. Independent of this association, we also find that Toronto has a racialized eviction problem. Black Torontonians may be at increased risk of eviction.
This study highlights the stark disparities in eviction filings across Toronto. Eviction filing rates were twice as high in low-income neighbourhoods. Toronto has a racialized eviction problem—and this even when controlling for things like poverty. There is a clear linear line suggesting racial discrimination—individual, subconscious and conscious, anti-black racism—but also systemic racism.
The Centre is pleased to support our first transformational project in Newfoundland. Stella’s Circle is named in honour of Dr. Stella Burry, a pioneering Social Worker and United Church Deaconess.