Adam Sandler's visit to the Royal City, pediatric vaccines now available, and a residence crunch at University of Guelph round out the top stories of the week.
A widespread doctor shortage on P.E.I. coupled with the Island's housing crisis left one city appealing on social media for the public's help to find accommodations for a locum doctor.
Nearly a dozen tenants about to be evicted from their small mobile homes are calling on the District of Metchosin to enact an emergency bylaw that would allow them to stay in the rural community, especially given the region's housing crisis.
There are indications the Maritime housing market is starting to cool off significantly, but those in the industry say it remains far less volatile than the rest of the country.
Rooming house tenant Viji Murugaiyah says she asked her landlord "10 or 15 times" to arrange for forensic cleaning after her neighbour's body was found.
When Justine and Martin Obed moved to Sheshatshiu in 2004, they never thought that they would one day be faced with the possibility of homelessness. But since the spring, after their landlord decided to move into their long-time residence, the couple has been leaning on friends and family for places to stay.
A recent report by RBC has predicted housing prices to fall almost 23 per cent across the country. However, homebuyers in Saskatchewan won’t see such a dramatic drop.
Members of a local advocacy group for tenants say Ontario government rules are failing to protect renters from landlords who are issuing multiple N5 notices in a bid to oust them.