Toronto carpenter Khaleel Seivwright has been building ‘tiny shelters’ for the city’s many homeless people. The city says they are dangerous. He says the city is doing nothing to help the unhoused.
Toronto is the latest city looking to replace police with mental health crisis workers on non-violent 911 calls.
Ontario's Durham College denied authorizing the LinkedIn ad, which has since been taken down.
COVID-19 has taken away shelter and safety from many homeless people. Outreach workers are worried more deaths are inevitable unless something changes.
The number of Canadians estimated to be food insecure has risen sharply during the pandemic.
A backlog in evictions has meant that tenants now have only minutes—in a virtual court—to make the case that they should keep their homes.
The government is asking for up to $14,000 back before December 31, due to poor wording on their part, in order for Canadians to avoid impacting their tax returns.
Danielle Warriner, 43, was a patient at Toronto General Hospital who had recently been treated for COVID-19.
The Special Investigative Unit declined to confirm whether the father was armed at the time of the police shooting.
Toronto woman Danielle Warriner died due to an "altercation" with hospital security that was captured on video, a coroner’s investigation has found. But police won’t let the public see the footage.
Hundreds of bodies—mainly the homeless—are labelled "unclaimed" every year in Ontario, with Seth Maclean being just one of 2020’s many victims.
In Toronto and Vancouver, we've already seen homeowners push back hard against housing solutions for the homeless.