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A construction worker uses a boom lift to move a piece of construction equipment at the site of an affordable housing project in Ottawa in September 2023. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Spencer Colby

Debunking myths about community housing: What governments and the public should know

Community housing is not a silver bullet to Canada’s housing crisis. But a strong community housing sector can play a significant role in providing all Canadians with the right to adequate housing.
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland presents the federal budget in the House of Commons in Ottawa on April 16, 2024. The budget contains measures for younger Canadians seeking to buy homes. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

Canadian federal budget 2024: Does it deliver on ‘generational fairness’ promise for Gen Z and Millennials?

The federal government says it’s committed to addressing the challenges faced by younger generations, including housing affordability and the high cost of living. Does the budget deliver on its promises?
Simon Fraser University students compile survey packages for a community housing resident survey in North Vancouver in November 2023. (Meg Holden)

Higher density living is changing the way neighbouring works in Canada

Before we draw conclusions about the implications of social isolation, we should check our expectations of how, when and why neighbouring does or does not happen.
Sometimes emergency housing programs encourage domestic violence survivors to use unsafe alternatives to public programs − even staying with their abusive partner. Claudia Wolff/Unsplash

Domestic violence survivors seek homeless services from a system that often leaves them homeless

Programs and policies to help domestic abuse survivors find safe housing work only if they’re implemented and supported with resources.

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