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The report finds that the main statistical indicator upon which Canada builds its housing policy—core housing need—does not show an accurate picture of housing need in this country.
This month's newsletter is full of potential: how governments could be encouraging civic participation, the possibilities for Toronto's next mayor, how CWAS could strengthen the social safety net, and more.
Establishing and maintaining dynamic relationships with residents is a fundamental responsibility of governing. Hearing what people have to say about the problems they face and how to solve them is a fundamental democratic practice.
In this session, Agapi Gessesse, Executive Director, CEE Centre for Black Young Professionals, shares her five good ideas on how to advance the social change we all want to see.
The right mayor can lead the revival of Canada’s largest city, reactivate good solutions, and engage problem solvers within and outside government.
This policy brief illustrates the impact of the proposed Canada Working-Age Supplement on unattached working-age single adults without children earning minimum wage in Ontario.
March 31, 2023
Dr. Tanya (Toni) De Mello, Vice-President, Equity and Community Inclusion Toronto Metropolitan University