A social housing group is calling on the province to pay for 10,000 new social and community housing units over the next year as it says hundreds of families had to leave their homes this month.
A total of 373 tenant households across Quebec are still unable to find housing as of July 2 - the highest number since 2003 – a housing rights group is reporting.
Hours after 38 homes along the Little Saskatchewan River were evacuated, people downstream of the Rivers Dam are watching anxiously to see if the decades-old structure will withstand the water that's been building up behind it over the last three days.
New permanent supportive housing complexes could be going up in four Edmonton neighbourhoods after city council this week agreed to transfer land to Homeward Trust.
Some families say they need to renovate to stay in the city, but others say allowing renovations will put vulnerable tenants at risk of eviction.
Gypsy moths are becoming a growing concerns for more communities across southwestern Ontario. In Port Franks, west of Pinery Provincial Park, a resident says the caterpillars have made hunkering down at home during the pandemic a much more confined experience.