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Crackdown Podcast – Tenants, slumlords and crises of housing and overdoses

Bulletin: Great lessons for housing advocates fighting evictions and effects on people who use drugs.

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What happens when your options are being kicked out on the street or living in a room filled with mould, trash and rats? Episode 6 of Crackdown looks at how the housing and overdose crises are intertwined, and what happens when tenants fight back.

Download the BCCSU’s new report summarizing these recommendations, “Evictions in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside: Policy failures and ways forward.”

Missing and Missed – Report on TPS and missing persons

What happens when someone goes missing and what does not? The Hon. Gloria J. Epstein, Head of the Independent Civilian…
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Broken Record – Continued Criminalization of Mental Health Issues

You may or not be aware that the biggest mental health care provider in Ontario is the prison system. Learn…
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Modular Supportive Housing started in October – Livable in January!

City of Toronto has almost completed 56 studio units of modular housing that will provide supports from the Neighbourhood Group…
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Lockdown December 26 all across Ontario – High Priority Communities

Toronto has effectively been under lockdown since fall. The lockdown will cover all of Ontario and schools will remain be…
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