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Krystalline Kraus | Fighting the out of Ottawa's sight, out of Ottawa's mind.
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Josh Brandon | With a potential partner at the federal level, the possibility for progress exists, but housing activists must redouble their efforts to put an end to poor housing in Winnipeg and across Canada.
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Tim Sale | This election, ask your candidates what they will do to make affordable, safe housing available to all our citizens, not only those who can buy a house or condo.
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Lenée Son | This week's blogs roundup includes posts on rape culture on campus, child care, anti-semitism, labour, housing crisis, and progressive content on the elections campaign you won't find anywhere else.
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Michal Rozworski | Over the past two weeks, Stephen Harper has made three new housing-related promises on the campaign trail. But they won't help the crisis of affordability.
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Michael Stewart | Nice one, Globe editors.
Columnists
Pro Bono, Safia J. Lakhani | With a federal election on the horizon, it is worth considering the role the federal government can and should play in addressing the housing crisis.
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Ray Silviius, Terra Pool | For refugees to achieve a "home," increased support for housing, publicly supported community-based organizations, and progressive public sentiments of inclusiveness are necessary.
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Michael Stewart | Lauding the 'tiny house' movement as a political solution spreads fantasy that we can find consumer-driven solutions to social problems. And that's dangerous.
News
Bitter Tasting Room, Sean Heather's upscale pub on Hastings St., exemplifies the bitter taste of gentrification and exclusion for Downtown Eastside low-income residents. Photo: Dave Diewert
Harsha Walia and Dave Diewert | Plotting new urban developments on a map of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside and walking along the now unfamiliar streets reveals gentrification for what it is: a form of structural violence.
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Meera Karunananthan | The housing crisis in Attawapiskat is not an accident or an isolated incident. Attawapiskat is a natural outcome of Canada's violent colonial past and racist present.
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Paul Ryan, Casey Leung | Doug King speaks about Bill C-304, a bill ensuring adequate, accessible and affordable housing, has been killed due to the upcoming federal election and now must be re-introduced after the election.