Los Angeles Might Start Punishing Homeless People Based on Where They Sleep
Like schools, parks, or otherwise “crowded public sidewalk areas.”
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The Reality of Living in the Back of a Van
The aspirational hashtag #vanlife has over 5.4 million posts on Instagram, but the truth looks very different.
Freya Marshall Payne
Toronto Is Rapidly Losing Its Most Affordable Housing
Up to a third of Parkdale’s rooming houses are at “imminent risk” of being closed, a recent report shows.
A Tory Campaign Promoted Our Article Calling Tory Policy 'Disastrous'
A lesson in selective quoting.
The Most Vulnerable Are Bearing the Brunt of PEI's Housing Crisis
Activists say the lack of decent housing is keeping people in abusive relationships.
Inside the Affordable Chinatown Haven That Narrowly Avoided ‘Renoviction’
Residents of the May Wah still pay less than $500 a month—a rare exception in a rapidly gentrifying Vancouver neighbourhood.
The Murder of the Homeless Woman Found Wrapped in Tape
Angela Millington's killing represents just one of the many under-reported murders of homeless people.
How residents are fighting a mass eviction in Canada
Housing advocates for Ottawa's Herongate community are taking their battle with real estate giant Timbercreek to court.
My Day with a Homeless Mother of Three
In May, Alva and her children were kicked out of their home. Now, they're part of a group of 37,000 homeless people in emergency accommodations in Berlin.
What a fatal fire in Toronto says about the housing crisis
Rooming houses are the only accommodations some people can afford. The death of Helen Guo exposes the risks foreign students take.
Angus Take House
Worst Take of the Week: Millennials Don't Need Living Rooms Vs. Kanye on Trump
Living in a box vs. thinking outside the box.
BC Just Announced a New Tax on Airbnb Rentals
The province is expected to collect an extra $16 million for affordable housing initiatives.