Posts Filed Under: “affordable housing”
Residents involved in NIMBY causes across the city may have already gotten their isolationist wish—to the potential detriment of their own property value.
Supporters say landlord licensing would create more accountability for tenants, but critics argue the regulation would be unwieldy and costly.
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Five years ago, Build Toronto agreed to make land available to build 1,250 units of affordable housing. They built 12.
New funds for emergency shelter use are welcome, but there are large funding gaps for existing and new affordable housing
Portland is combating its anti-homeless image with a new approach to affordable housing.
The former MP now seeks a local seat in the area he represented federally for 25 years.
With Toronto mired in a housing crisis, the proposal is a step in the right direction.
Ontario's largest non-profit housing advocate is concerned by campaign's focus on middle-income earners.
Could a San Francisco initiative save Toronto's struggling affordable housing system?
Shedding some light on a misunderstood affordable housing alternative.
Some of the key policy items councillors debated today, as the mayoral crisis continued.
A new City campaign aims to persuade higher levels of government to fund social-housing repairs.
Extra space to be created by putting down mattresses at 18 existing shelters.
Toronto's homeless shelters are struggling to meet long-term housing needs the system was never intended to address.
Given Toronto's longstanding affordable housing crisis, it should be no surprise that there's pressure on emergency shelters.
People attempting to access City shelters this winter are waiting hours, even days, for beds.