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UPDATE: Housing ministers' meeting back to Wednesday

A senior official in the office of federal housing minister Monte Solberg has now confirmed that the federal, provincial and territorial housing ministers are Continue Reading…

UPDATE: Housing ministers set to meet Thursday

New information from a senior Ontario housing official has confirmed that federal, provincial and territorial housing ministers will be meeting this week in Continue Reading…

Breaking news: FPT housing ministers finally set to meet!

Federal, provincial and territorial housing ministers are set to meet on Wednesday for the first time in more than two and one-half years, according to several Continue Reading…

Housing rights bill gets first reading in Ontario Legislature

Bill 47, the Right to Housing Act, was tabled and received first reading in the Ontario Legislature on March 27, 2008. This historic legislation, introduced by Continue Reading…

Five questions for Ontario Finance Minister Dwight Duncan

As Ontario Finance Minister Dwight Duncan rises in the Ontario Legislature today (Tuesday, March 25, 2008) to deliver the 2008/09 provincial Budget, here are Continue Reading…

Canada's home ownership markets plummet…

Home ownership in Canada is at its most unaffordable level since the "housing recession" of 1990. That's the grim news today from RBC Economics and its latest Continue Reading…

Health inequalities gap widening in the UK

Health inequalities (the differences in health between the rich and the poor) are growing wider in the United Kingdom. That's the sobering news in the latest Continue Reading…

Unnatural causes – new PBS web site on health inequalities

"Unnatural causes" is a new on-line resource from the U.S. public broadcaster PBS that provides important info on the intersection between poverty, Continue Reading…

UN expected to criticize Canada's housing record

Canada's is expected to get a much-deserved censure from The United Nation's Human Rights Council, the highest human rights body within the UN, as it Continue Reading…