What is a landlord's responsibility when a tenant in a multi-residential building tests positive for COVID-19?
The for-profit rental market does not work for low-income people. It is past time for the federal government to once again champion affordable housing as it did after the Second World War.
The Ontario government promises there will be no new evictions during the pandemic, but landlords can still make life even more uncertain and uncomfortable as tenants try to shelter in place.
As we attempt to collectively navigate the "new normal," it is critical that adequate measures be taken to ensure access to adequate housing.
Moms 4 Housing, a collective of homeless and marginally housed mothers, are fighting against real estate speculators and profiteers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Indigenous researcher Melissa Tremblay talks about her award-winning research to develop a supportive housing model for teen parents and their children.
Cities across the country are evicting people from outdoor tent encampments. Without a national housing program or municipal support for shelters, the homelessness crisis has become an emergency.
Tenants in Ottawa are organizing and demanding landlords are held accountable for dilapidated homes.
The Manitoba election is an opportunity to hold the province to account, and to demand that low-cost housing be given the support it needs.
In this excerpt from her new memoir, Cathy Crowe recounts how, in the late 1990s, she and fellow Toronto housing activists fought homelessness by erecting prefabricated housing on undeveloped land.