Database Analyst to Join the Team

Oct 1, 2020 | Sector Growth News

We are looking to hire a Database Analyst to join our devoted team. Our mission is to support the transformation of the community housing sector in Canada. This specific mandate will help us better understand and serve the needs of Canada’s community housing sector, ensure funds are used equitably and efficiently and meet our priority areas of focus all across the country.

To read the job description, click here.

Native Inter-Tribal Housing Co-operative Feasibility Study

Native Inter-Tribal Housing Co-operative Feasibility Study

“We are pleased to announce we have awarded $39,983 to Native Inter-Tribal Housing Co-operative to undertake a feasibility study assessing the need for support to sustain Indigenous housing in London, Ontario,” says Stéphan Corriveau,ED of the Community Housing Transformation Centre.

Former St. John’s City Councillor, Hope Jamieson Joins The Centre

Former St. John’s City Councillor, Hope Jamieson Joins The Centre

When we think of Newfoundland and Labrador, we have to think in terms of rural vs. urban. In St. John’s (urban), there are services along the housing continuum. Although there are gaps in services, for example, there is no emergency shelter that will take you if you’re a high-need client in active addiction, the services from emergency shelter to coop, or social housing exist. However, a lot of organizations are running beyond their organizational capacity because they don’t have access to adequate funding.

One in Four Racialized Tenants in Toronto Neighborhoods Risk Eviction

One in Four Racialized Tenants in Toronto Neighborhoods Risk 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.

Municipalities Call for Rapid Housing Solutions Amid Pandemic

Municipalities Call for Rapid Housing Solutions Amid Pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic compounds Canada’s ongoing housing crisis, the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) is proposing a federal initiative and partnership to rapidly repurpose on-sale private buildings as permanent, non-profit housing for vulnerable Canadians. FCM is proposing a federal initiative and partnership to help non-profit community housing providers rapidly acquire, renovate and retrofit two kinds of buildings.

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