Explore Our Resource Centre

A space providing you with a range of resources and tools such as the Tool Kit, the portfolio of Project Highlights funded by the Center, the Self-assessment Tool and the Resource Inventory.

Tool Kit

Forced Out: Evictions, Race, and Poverty in Toronto

Forced Out: Evictions, Race, and Poverty in Toronto

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.

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LGBTQ+ Youth Homelessness

LGBTQ+ Youth Homelessness

Homelessness continues to disadvantage some groups more than others. The Canadian Observatory on Homelessness presents an analysis regarding LGBTQ+ youth's legal needs. An indispensable tool with many legal answers for youth community housing providers. To read the...

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Self-Assessment Tool for Transformation

Participate in a Community Housing Survey to Help us Transform the Sector

The Centre is conducting a survey, sponsored by the National Housing Strategy, to assess the well-being of Canadian community housing. The survey aims to reach smaller and medium-sized non-profit, co-operative, and Indigenous housing organizations who provide housing to thousands of Canadians.

As of summer 2020, we ask all community housing providers to share their feedback! Results will be available in January 2021 and shared with the community housing sector. The survey is being implemented by Ruth Chamberland, Dr. Patricia Streich, and Dr. Ted Harvey of SPR Associates. You are Canadian community housing provider? Please participate in our survey to help us improve as a sector to obtain affordable housing for all.

Resource Inventory

Our Resource Inventory is a growing database of resources and services designed by and for the community housing sector. You can do your search using the drop-down list of categories, subjects and others, or by using text or date search. If you offer services or resources related to community housing, contact us to advertise them for free here on the site.

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