Last week, ACORN members and public housing tenants in Greystone, Spryfield with the General Director of Metro Regional Housing Authority (MRHA), Janet Burt-Gerrans.
A concerned mother of two has made her pleas public after saying she isn't receiving the support she needs from Metro Regional Housing Authority. Global's Alexa MacLean went to her home to investigate.
Longstanding complaints about rodents, mould, asbestos and sloppy maintenance are justified and will be addressed, Spryfield tenants of the Metropolitan Regional Housing Authority (MRHA) were told this morning.
Greystone tenants meet with Housing Authority to deal with furry invaders.
CRTC Chairman Jean-Pierre Blais says there are no guarantees Canada's telecom regulator will enforce minimum internet speeds and service levels across Canada, even if it comes up with new target levels.
The CRTC has started a series of hearings looking at whether internet access should be considered a necessity.
At a rally held in front of the Money Mart at Columbia Street and Fourth Street on Friday, members of the B.C. chapter of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) called on the Solicitor General and Minister of Public Safety to follow Ontario and Alberta’s lead and reassess its payday loan regulations.
Une connexion Internet suffisamment rapide et fiable est nécessaire pour prendre part à l'économie numérique.
Le conseiller de Rideau-Vanier, Mathieu Fleury, a bon espoir de faire adopter une motion qui donnera des pouvoirs accrus à la Ville d'Ottawa pour encadrer la prolifération de commerces d'avance de fonds, comme c'est le cas dans son secteur.
Ottawa members held a press conference at city hall regarding councillor Fleury’s motion to look at a licensing program for predatory lenders and to ask the province permission to zoning the distances between lenders.
Vanier has the highest concentration of pay day loan shops in Canada, and a City Councillor is trying to make sure they don’t end up with even more.
The former municipality of Vanier in Ottawa has 16 payday loan outlets, or one for every 1,000 residents.
Advocacy groups ready to lobby for cheaper internet at CRTC public hearing
Rogers' cable Internet subscribers in Canada below the low-income belt can now avail fast Internet connections at a reasonable price.
The last time Canada's telecom regulator launched a review of "basic telecommunications services," one of its decisions focused on the necessity of the phone book. Now, five years later, hopes are high that its next review opens a new chapter.
CRTC to be asked to require that internet providers offer more affordable internet
Coun. Mathieu Fleury is asking that payday loan shops be licensed by the city, along with stricter regulations on where they can be located.
Low-cost Internet for public housing tenants in Toronto is expanding to all social housing tenants.
A motion to limit the number of pay day lenders that can operate in Toronto passed unanimously at Toronto City Council’s April 1 meeting.
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Rick Erb's letter to the Vancouver Sun on Burnaby affordable housing
Move may eventually limit number of lenders in some neighbourhoods