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Right2HousingTO 6h
It shouldn't be this way. Everyone has the right to adequate housing and no one should be without a home. We are in a housing crisis, and Toronto is not the only city affected. Homelessness needs to be addressed on an urgent basis.
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Right2HousingTO Jul 12
Affordable housing must be a top priority for all governments. In the midst of Toronto's housing crisis, delays in developing new affordable housing units, including a revitalizing community hub, hurt those in greatest need.
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CERA Jul 8
Statistics Canada has learned that nearly 40% of Toronto condos are not occupied by their owners! We must take action to curb the impacts of commodifying housing to this degree, which include severe unaffordability and homelessness.
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Maytree Foundation Jul 10
"After nearly 11 months in the shelter, with no progress finding permanent housing in the city, I made a decision: I’d leave town." Says John Clapp
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Right2HousingTO Jul 8
Troubling to hear of the eviction of residents from a Toronto seniors' home after the sale to a new owner. This highlights the need for a comprehensive rights-based approach in Toronto's upcoming Housing Action Plan.
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Right2HousingTO Jul 10
A rights-based approach to housing puts people first. "Choice. Self-determination. Dignity." These should be guiding factors as develops its upcoming HousingTO 2020-2030 Action Plan.
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Right2HousingTO Jul 8
How can Toronto make housing more affordable and accessible to all? Please share your ideas and help the City shape its HousingTO 2020-2030 Action Plan through this online questionnaire. Deadline is end of this week!
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Right2HousingTO Jul 11
How should shape its HousingTO 2020-2030 Action Plan? Let the the City know what is important to you. There is only one day left to provide the City with feedback through its online survey.
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Right2HousingTO Jul 12
There is not much time left. Don't miss this rare opportunity to ensure that Toronto's new housing policy is people-centred and responsive to one of the greatest human rights challenges of our time. Share your thoughts with today.
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Right2HousingTO Jul 9
The right to housing is rooted in dignity. Whatever level of income, vitality should be the goal, and this provides an example. Adequate housing is more than bricks and mortar. please take note.
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Maytree Foundation Jul 12
We need to work together to improve housing in Toronto. Share with the your innovative solutions for this and shape the City’s 2020-2030 Action Plan.
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Right2HousingTO Jul 10
Everyone deserves high quality housing and strong communities. As a priority, mixed-income communities should be the norm.
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Right2HousingTO Jul 8
Toronto is drafting its 2020-2030 Housing Action Plan. A rights-based approach to housing requires certain basic conditions to be met, including housing serviced by the necessary infrastructure. Let know what you need.
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Right2HousingTO Jul 10
Housing in should not be a struggle. The human right to housing is now recognized in federal legislation. We need to do better as a city to address this crisis, now and in future.
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effie vlachoyannacos Jul 9
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