City, Ottawa, Vancity Credit Union — and one man’s estate — make for innovative transition housing.
For some, much-maligned ‘single-room occupancy’ means independent shelter within their budget. And it’s vanishing.
First Nations architect Ouri Scott has ideas on how building design can further reconciliation.
Recent Solutions: News Articles that Investigate Social Problems, Problem-Solving Journalism
Stopping the drug war and improving housing access is key. Part of a series.
From an Albertan reserve to Vancouver’s inner city, caregivers share solutions for turning the tide. Part of a series.
Simply put, ‘fentanyl is a product of our drug policies.’ Second in a series.
Meet the people on the front lines of a public health emergency, and the solutions they seek. First in a new series.
Our love affair with the private vehicle is waning. Does it still deserve a third of our urban living space?
New registry tests landlords on knowledge of tenants’ rights and their own obligations.
Once homeless herself, Katherine McParland now campaigns to shelter the most vulnerable. Part of a reader-funded series.
Calgary and other cities are ‘wrapping’ their citizens in help, starting with shelter. It works.
‘Inclusionary zoning’ has worked in US cities, but is tricky to get right.
Partnership between Yale and modular building company sprouts affordable green homes.
A UBC urban planning student attended the United Nations’ Habitat III conference in Quito. He came away inspired, but also impatient.
Municipalities and non-profits sponsor help for some when homelessness looms.
Many housing experts say yes. Here are at least four ways.
A commitment to neighbourliness eases resistance to new supportive housing. Part of a series.
Association wants to see providers make best choices to stay open and debt free.
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