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The National Housing Strategy lays out a 10-year, $40 billion program to maintain existing affordable housing and to build new affordable homes. In the coming weeks, we will hear more about the details surrounding the Strategy. Please contact CHF Canada if you have...read more
Two weeks ago the federal government launched their National Housing Strategy and the prime minister said housing is a human right. Long awaited in the GTA and cities across Canada experiencing an acute housing crisis, critics say it doesn’t go far enough and doesn’t build very much new affordable housing. While this new initiative might be a good first step, there was a time in the recent past when Canada boldly created new housing.read more
Okotoks Mayor Bill Robertson said he’d like to see more multi-family homes, such as Skotoko Place Co-op in the Downey area, included in future town development.
Okotoks town council is taking steps to try to find ways to bring more affordable housing to the community.read more
TVO brought together MP Adam Vaughan and Toronto Councillor Maria Augimeri to examine social housing in urban and suburban settings.read more
The federal government’s new national housing strategy means an immediate reprieve for dozens of co-op housing buildings and a boost for projects already under way in a province that is in the midst of a crisis in affordable housing.read more
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently unveiled details of the federal government’s national housing strategy, a 10-year, $40-billion initiative that will look to collaborate with provinces and municipalities in developing programs that target homelessness and improve access to affordable housing for Canadians in need.read more
As Canada reviews its current housing crisis, it will be necessary for us to go back to the basics. We need to answer the question of what housing is supposed to achieve and whether as a nation we place priority on it as a home, or as a source of wealth and speculative investment.read more
The lead administrator of the district social services board is “more than cautiously optimistic” the federal government’s new National Housing Strategy will lead to money for new units in Thunder Bay.read more
The Wellesley Institutes’s Senior Researcher Greg Suttor gives his take on the National Housing Strategy.read more
On Nov. 22, the federal government released their long-awaited National Housing Strategy (NHS), marking a return of federal leadership to the housing sector after a four-decade absence. The Canadian Observatory on Homelessness welcomes the strategy, including its critical investment in the affordable housing and leadership in articulating a right to housing for all Canadians.read more