Metrotown residents are organizing another rally to protest redevelopment in the area, which boasts one of the largest concentrations of rental housing in Burnaby.
A number of residents facing eviction in one Burnaby neighbourhood took to the streets today, protesting the demolition of low-rise buildings they say are being replaced with new condo towers.
A few dozen people braved the rain today to protest the demolition of affordable housing units
A group of Burnaby residents rallied at Metrotown Skytrain station to protect the neighborhood they live in.
Burnaby residents stage rally to protest lack of affordable housing, and demolition of rental buildings in favour of more expensive condos
Watch this video to find out how ACORN is fighting for victims of high-interest loans that prey on the poor.
ACORN and allies call for welfare benefits reform
Benefits Reform Action Group marched to the department of community services office Thursday to protest welfare reform.
About 25 people on welfare and their allies rallied at Victoria Park, just across the street from the Community Services headquarters in downtown Halifax.
ACORN says province’s disability support not keeping up with real-world costs
How ACORN is fighting for victims of high-interest loans that prey on the poor.
Why doesn’t Ottawa have a discounted pass for low-income workers — people who need the bus, but who struggle to pay for it, sometimes having to cut into their budgets for food, clothing or rent?
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair responds to questions about the NDP's stance on decriminalizing marijuana and on affordable housing.
Metro Van density plans invite wrecking ball to three lower-income neighbourhoods.
Get in on the Action to Increase the Housing Allowance.
A rally is being held in the Carlington neighbourhood, to draw attention to the issue of bed bugs and cockroaches in two Ottawa community housing buildings.
A new initiative is helping Ottawa residents to identify and address the barriers to walking, biking and accessing public transit in their own neighbourhoods.
Des membres d'ACORN Canada demandent une hausse de la subvention de logement du Programme ontarien de soutien aux personnes handicapées.
New forms of lenders are lining up to benefit from Canada's credit boom, charging high interest rates to the riskiest of borrowers. The shadow lending market is growing faster than it can be regulated, leaving the most indebted Canadians vulnerable to what activists describe as predatory lending practices. Borrower Beware will examine who these borrowers are, why they’re forced to turn to the shadow lending market and how Canada can do better.
Letter to the editor regarding affordable housing in Burnaby
Access to transit brings with it development, but also gentrification, says a new study.
As condo developments pop up around the Lower Mainland, it’s leaving some tenants out looking for affordable housing.
Housing provider refuses to provide engineers’ reports on 3171 Eglinton Ave. E., where bricks falling from the walls were just the latest problem.