National Housing Strategy
Canpoli, Economic Justice

Keep Affordable Housing in the Federal Budget

Let’s not let affordable housing be another broken promise from Trudeau. 235,000 Canadians experience homelessness in a year. 1 in 5 renters spend more than half their income on housing. 1.5 million households can’t find decent housing they can afford. The affordability of housing for low-income families living in social and co‑operative housing is uncertain,… Continue reading Keep Affordable Housing in the Federal Budget

Canpoli

Wheelchairs are Not Suitcases: a great opportunity for some #RealChange

Sign the Petition. Every time I fly I make a silent apology to my wheelchair. I leave the chair at the gate, fingers crossed, as I’m transported to the cushy seat on the plain with a small screen in front to distract me from what’s happening to my wheelchair in the cargo hold. For my wheelchair this… Continue reading Wheelchairs are Not Suitcases: a great opportunity for some #RealChange

Activism, Canpoli, Disability Movement, Events, Human Rights

Why Disabled Canadians should care about Bill C – 51

Today I was asked why disabled people should be concerned about bill C-51. This was my response : I'm not sure I'm understanding your question, are you saying that the serious potential for the violation of human rights is not a concern of the disability community? "Demonstrating without an official permit or protesting despite a… Continue reading Why Disabled Canadians should care about Bill C – 51