Posted July 20, 2017
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An organization which represents low- and moderate-income families is pushing to make affordable housing and landlord licensing key issues throughout the provincial election
Money Mart, Cash Money, Cash Now. Payday loan business line streets across the province, providing easy, short-term borrowing – at a price.
Residents say their neighbourhood, which is largely made up of low-income residents, is in desperate need of infrastructure investments.
ACORN members are tired of their neighbourhood being neglected and the poor state of their streets left unaddressed.
Ottawa ACORN undertook a new project his year called The Disability Benefit Clinics (DBC) ensuring over 800 disabled people did not have to pay a corporate preparer to claim benefits they are entitled to.
A rally in support of apartment licensing took place on Tuesday at Hamilton City Hall.
Ottawa has topped the livability list for the 2nd year in a row. However, our members know living in Ottawa isn’t always that easy. // Ottawa trône, pour la deuxième année consécutive, le palmarès de la meilleure ville où vivre. Cependant, nos membres savent que vivre dans Ottawa n'est pas si facile.
Pilot project aimed at buildings with a history of fire code and property standards violations
Staff report tells of strained budget and no staff time for planning expansion of RRHL system, council pushes for pilot project
Tenants, advocates question why freedom of information requests are required
This past Friday the City of Oshawa’s Council voted to do some incredible things for tenants in the city.
More than 100 Jane and Finch townhomes affected
L'Association communautaire pour une réforme nécessaire (ACORN) presse le gouvernement fédéral de protéger les personnes à faible revenu contre les pratiques des banques et des entreprises de prêts sur salaire. Réunis en congrès à Ottawa, dimanche, les membres ont planifié leurs actions à venir.
Provincial and Federal Finance Ministers are meeting upstairs
The federal government says it is concerned about high cellphone prices and is ordering the telecom regulator to review a recent ruling on roaming that makes it harder for some small wireless companies to provide inexpensive service.