News in Housing Law
An analysis by the Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children shows how the 2017 federal budget will affect children and their families.
City of Toronto invites residents to share their views on regulation of short-term accommodation rentals
You're invited to share your views at meetings on March 28 and April 12, and residents can also fill out an online survey to provide their views on the proposed regulations.
A growing number of tenants say their landlords are forcing them out to charge higher rent, according to data from Ontario's rental-dispute board.
The Income Security Advocacy Centre says the federal Budget announced on March 22 does very little to address the poverty and income inequality that Canadians are experiencing right now.
The Income Security Advocacy Centre's bulletin includes news, updates, reports, and events from Ontario, across Canada, and around the world.
The National Housing Fund will prioritize support for seniors, Indigenous Peoples, domestic violence survivors, persons with disabilities including mental health and addiction issues, and veterans.
Hamilton normally charges multi-residential properties 2.74 times higher rates than single-family homes and this is passed on to tenants through their rents.
MPP Peter Tabuns will introduce a bill to close a loophole that exempts landlords who own units in buildings constructed after 1991 from rent-control guidelines.
The National Housing Collaborative proposes a subsidy paid directly to tenants who cannot afford rent.