Hampstead to hold referendum on housing demolition project – Montreal

After months of debate, a referendum will be held on a contentious proposal to tear down an affordable housing complex and replace it with

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Housing with health services for homeless proposed for Prince George

Nearly 70 people attended a City of Prince George open house Wednesday night to hear about a new proposal to build supportive and affordable housing units

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Most Oppenheimer Park residents accept housing, says city

The City of Vancouver and the Park Board have provided an update on their attempts to find housing for homeless residents who have been

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665 new affordable housing units to be built in Calgary

Calgary will be getting 12 new affordable housing projects — a total of 665 units — thanks to $28.4 million in funding announced Wednesday

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Housing affordability: What has the Trudeau government done for you? – National

In 1980 the average price of a house in Canada was five times the average income. Today, it’s around 10 times. Renters aren’t faring

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Climate emergencies, transportation, and yes, housing: Metro Vancouver’s big issues so far in 2019

School’s out for summer — and now, so are city councils.  After a dramatic round of municipal elections and nine months of new councils taking

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Bylaw change relaxes rules for supportive housing in Edmonton

More than 30 people living on the streets or in Edmonton parks may have new homes in the coming months. Council’s urban planning committee agreed

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Affordable housing: Protesters stage demonstration

A tenants’ rights group staged a demonstration on Saturday to highlight the affordable housing crisis in Montreal. As Global’s Shakti Langlois-Ortega reports, protesters say

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B.C.’s biggest housing spike is happening in a city 6 hours from the Lower Mainland

When Gary Sulz moved to Revelstoke, B.C., nearly 30 years ago, the Interior community along the Trans-Canada Highway had the same profile as many small towns around the province.

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Kelowna approves supportive housing project despite outrage from neighbours

Kelowna city council has approved a controversial 52-unit supportive housing building developed on a vacant lot surrounded by condos and houses in the city’s Midtown neighbourhood. The

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