News in Housing Law
New affordable townhouse units are expected to fill up quickly in Campbellford.
Organizations are urging the government to make permanent $42 million in "transition funding" that replaced the Community Start-Up and Maintenance Benefit (CSUMB).
CLEO is pleased to announce that new or updated housing law resources are now available. All CLEO resources are provided free of charge.
Topics in the Winter 2013 issue of La Chronique juridique include (in French only), changes to Ontario social assistance programs, have you been fired or laid off?, email and internet scams, and credit repairers.
This is information for people in Hamilton who live in social housing and who received a notice of rental increases with their annual renewal package.
Canada is the only country among the G8 group of industrialized nations that does not have a national housing strategy.
A 92-year-old Hamilton woman is homeless with all of her items packed in a U-haul truck after losing her long-term care bed because of a short hospital stay.
The City of Toronto's Close the Housing Gap campaign aims to persuade the federal and provincial governments to keep funding social housing at existing levels and provide funding for social housing repairs.
Topics in the October 2013 issue include immigration law update: dependent children, migrant workers, and poverty reduction submission to the provincial government.
Topics in this issue of Bafflegab include vulnerable workers, changes to social assistance, the local poverty roundtable, resources for "trusted intermediaries", and Tenant School.