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Half wreck of Little Mountain
Maya Bhullar | What Little Mountain taught us about the BC government and the fight for affordable housing
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"Housing Now" sign at Annual Women's Housing March
Marc Lee | With an election in sight, we need B.C.'s political parties to engage in a race to the top, putting new and substantial proposals on the table to build the affordable housing people need.
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Jeff Morrison | We have an opportunity between now and the unveiling of the 2017 budget to ensure that the housing needs of Canada's most vulnerable peoples are prioritized in the National Housing Strategy.
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Sophia Reuss | FRAPRU organized a week of occupation across Quebec to demand recognition of the right to housing and increases in government funding for social housing.
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Josh Brandon | Prime Minister Justin Trudeau can be accused of overusing his government's catch phrase "Canada is back." In terms of housing, there is hope that with the 2016 budget, that slogan is justified.
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Scott Neigh | Émilie Joly of FRAPRU talks about the struggle for affordable housing and against austerity in Quebec.
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Jim Silver, Carolyn Young | We don't have to have homelessness in Winnipeg or anywhere else in Canada. We can solve this problem, and the Lord Selkirk Park housing complex in Winnipeg's North End shows how.
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CFRC hosts the 2015 Homelessness Marathon
Dan Kellar | As CKMS's 2015 Homelessness Radio Marathon Contribution, we organized a roundtable with members of KW-based Alliance Against Poverty, a grassroots community organization.
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Source: Manitoba Housing and Community Development
Josh Brandon | Despite high demand for housing in Winnipeg, some new non-profit housing projects are having difficulties filling some of their suites. Frontline housing advocates are rightly concerned.
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Sarah Cooper | Manitoba is losing subsidized rental housing units -- a delayed result of the federal government's withdrawal from funding social housing in the 1990s.
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Redeye Collective | Wendy Pedersen says, after eight years in municipal government, Mayor Gregor Robertson and Vision Vancouver haven’t taken some simple steps to reduce street homelessness.
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Kirsten Bernas | There is some good news in the Province's recently released second annual All Aboard report, which tracks poverty and social exclusion in Manitoba. However, it's clear that much more needs to be done.