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Toronto Gets a New Homeless Shelter
Sunday October 31, 2010 – 1:12 pm | Comments Off on Toronto Gets a New Homeless Shelter
Toronto Gets a New Homeless Shelter

By Hollie Pollard
Toronto got a new homeless shelter this week. Some have even called it the Homeless Hilton or a place of luxury. Let me tell them a thing or two about any homeless shelter …

Housing activists remember three more homeless deaths in Toronto – By John Bonnar
Wednesday December 9, 2009 – 11:51 pm | Comments Off on Housing activists remember three more homeless deaths in Toronto – By John Bonnar
Housing activists remember three more homeless deaths in Toronto – By John Bonnar

By John Bonnar
A sombre memorial vigil marked by both song and silence commemorated three more homeless deaths in Toronto during the monthly vigil held Tuesday outside the Church of the Holy Trinity.
More than 30 people …

Why Ontario needs a long-term affordable housing strategy – By John Bonnar
Wednesday November 25, 2009 – 10:31 am | One Comment
Why Ontario needs a long-term affordable housing strategy –  By John Bonnar

Photo of Panhandler on Sparks Street in Ottawa courtesy of  Rick Carroll on Flickr.
By John Bonnar
People who have experienced homelessness or inadequate housing are the experts in what is needed in a housing strategy, according …

Paul Croutch remembered
Saturday August 29, 2009 – 11:31 am | Comments Off on Paul Croutch remembered
Paul Croutch remembered

By John Bonnar
It was a rainy night in Toronto, damp enough to keep most people indoors. But not Paul Croutch, who was wrapped in garbage bags and sleeping on a bench in Moss Park …