But funding falls short of homelessness needs.
And why some industry leaders worry it will come ‘back to haunt us.’
This week’s federal budget is a chance to bring tax fairness to Canadian renters.
House prices on the rise again despite foreign buyer tax.
Unaffordability in our top cities widens the divide between elites and everyone else.
Early diagnosis, access to multiple supports keep people off the street.
See how cities are turning ‘single family’ lots into several homes.
Where transit goes, land values rise. Should cities and the public get a share?
Your call to diversify housing in emptying neighbourhoods lacks one prime ingredient: A citywide plan.
And why they make it harder to fix Vancouver’s housing crisis.
Renting shouldn’t be just a ‘stop-over to something better.’ And more quick highlights from our sold-out evening.
These nine graphs show how government widened the wealth gap between Canadians who rent, and Canadians who own a home.
A seismic shift in the global financial system is driving Vancouver’s soaring housing costs.
City, Ottawa, Vancity Credit Union — and one man’s estate — make for innovative transition housing.
A building boom decades ago is still housing half of Canada’s tenants. But time is running out on a generation of apartment buildings.
For some, much-maligned ‘single-room occupancy’ means independent shelter within their budget. And it’s vanishing.
A guide to options for at-risk young adults, and why advocates say they aren’t enough.
In a video address, Leilani Farha to discuss her report on housing ‘financialization.’
Staggering increases in property value attract wealthy investors and force the rest of us out.
Shortage of detox beds, doctors makes getting well tough. Part of a reader-funded series.
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