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Quebec landlord ordered to pay $14,000 after refusing family with service...

A Quebec human rights tribunal has ordered a landlord to pay about $14,000 to a family who was refused an apartment rental due to...

B.C. considers ‘transition measures’ for landlords, renters as rental supplement is...

The B.C. government is grappling with how to support landlords and renters as the BC Temporary Rental Supplement is set to expire at the...

Library branch to be incorporated into east Hamilton affordable housing project...

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Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing says renters won’t be evicted...

The Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing is reassuring renters that they will not get evicted during the COVID-19 pandemic.The province has made a...

Why this Annex apartment building sits vacant in the middle of...

The peeling white paint gives it an institutional air.Its Juliet balconies hint at better days. There are still curtains on some of the...

Six families with disabilities move into affordable housing units in Saskatoon...

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Developer funding for parks, daycares, affordable housing may be at risk...

Parks, daycares and affordable housing may no longer receive adequate funding from developers in Toronto under changes to provincial rules proposed Friday by...

Toronto council meets at city hall to debate housing, vacant storefront...

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Is Toronto’s housing market headed for a repeat of 2017? A...

Never mind that the calendar says it’s 2020. A current of concern is coursing through Toronto real estate circles about whether the region’s...

Abigail Bond was hired to help solve Toronto’s housing problems. Here’s...

In week two as the executive director of the city’s housing secretariat, Abigail Bond has already been through her first round of budget...
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