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People with a recent history of homelessness are 20 times more likely to be hospitalized from COVID-19.
A rare disease resurfaces in one Canadian city. A doctor calls it an opportunity to learn about why we neglect certain diseases.
The Facebook group "Bags To Sleeping Mats" are creatively crocheting.
Feist and a "Barenaked Ladies" member are also criticizing how homeless communities are being treated.
The stoves are easy to put together and can burn for 12 hours straight.
Friends Of Ruby Home will house 33 queer and trans youth, along with their pets.
It’s hard to social-distance at home if you don’t have a home.
The Shelter Bus is the first of its kind in Canada, organizers say.
Shelters might provide a roof overhead, but not necessarily safety.
The tent city under the bridge is where many homeless residents live.
The majority of Indigenous housing interests is missing in the government's response to the housing crisis in Canada.
Governments across Canada need to recognize the housing crisis all around us
They call themselves Disrupt, and they’re ready for change.
"We have to have the back of those who stood on guard for our country."
Is health care the highest-return place for provincial governments to invest? Our analysis suggests the answer is "no."
It is clear that our inability to recognize "hidden homelessness" contributes to the denial of basic human rights and creates social exclusion.
When children understand that they can be active participants, empowered to improve situations for others, it builds self confidence and resilience.
It is hard for me to contrast my circumstances with kids — sometimes younger than I was — having to flee their homes out of despair and fear.
Our governments don't put enough money into building assisted housing for people with disabilities, so families turn to charities for help.