CTV News on Toronto ACORN's affordable housing action in Weston
ACORN members will continue to be key leaders in the fight back to make sure Ontario is an affordable, livable province for low and moderate income people.
The Big Three have doubled down on their argument that there is no unsavoury sales problem in Canada’s telecom industry
Posted July 31, 2018
While I welcomed the news that Mayor Derek Corrigan and his Burnaby Citizens Association council are finally starting to seriously address the issue of displacement for the first time in ACORN’s four-year campaign opposing demovictions, there are some things I would like to clear up.
While most people are aware that housing is expensive in Mississauga (and the GTA in general), one advocacy group says that housing costs have reached crisis levels in Mississauga.
À l'approche des élections municipales le 22 octobre, l'accès à un logement abordable est un enjeu de plus en plus présent à Toronto. Différentes associations communautaires demandent aux candidats de mettre en place des actions concrètes pour répondre à ce besoin criant.
CBC News on Saturday's rally for an Affordable Weston
Posted October 11, 2018
Watch ACORN leader Murray Martin talk to Global News about demovictions
'You snooze, you lose,' said one Toronto resident about month-long application period
Two-year initiative would have landlords in Ward 1 and 8 pay $200 annual fees if approved by next council
On Friday, ACORN leaders and tenants at 160 Sherman Ave S rallied outside their 8-unit apartment to demand their new landlord Malleum Properties act on the urgent pest and repair issues.
Rents are spiking faster in the east end, according to city statistics
Hamilton’s tenant advocacy group has presented the results of an eye-opening survey to the city’s rental housing subcommittee.
60 membres d’ACORN de l'ouest d’Ottawa ont participé le 20 septembre au forum des candidats présenté par l’Alliance pour le changement d'ACORN, en préparation de l’élection municipale du 22 octobre.
Malleum Partners purchased the building at 160 Sherman Ave. N. back in July
City has struggled to keep up with repairs with inadequate funding from upper levels of government
With many on social assistance facing spiking housing costs, risk of homelessness on rise, Hunger Count 2018 warns
Right outside Ottawa City Hall on Wed, Sept 12th ACORN members decided to air out their landlords’ dirty laundry as part of the fight for landlord licensing! * À l’extérieur de l’hôtel de ville d’Ottawa, le mercredi 12 septembre, les membres d’ACORN ont décidé d'accrocher le linge sale de leurs propriétaires dans le cadre de la lutte pour obtenir des permis de propriétaire !