Though Budget 2022 is referred to as the “housing budget,” it certainly isn’t a right to housing budget—and that means already-marginalized folks will continue to bear the brunt of Canada’s … More
Today, housing and human rights advocates across the country celebrate Canada’s appointment of the long-awaited Federal Housing Advocate, Marie-Josée Houle—but over two years since the role was created via the … More
Renters who are facing eviction can take steps to protect their right to housing by using local resources that are at their disposal.
November 22 is National Housing Day, but today, we are joining our partners in instead honouring National Right to Housing Day, to highlight that housing is a human right for … More
The National Right to Housing Network is seeking a skilled and experienced writer and communicator to join our team as the Communications Coordinator. The successful candidate will ensure frequent and … More
In formal recognition of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, the NRHN will be closed on September 30 to allow staff to reflect on the historical and ongoing impacts … More
The National Right to Housing Network is seeking a skilled and experienced organizer to join our team as a Community Outreach Coordinator. The successful candidate will be committed to community-building … More
The COVID-19 pandemic has made it clear that adequate housing is essential for keeping people healthy and safe. Housing advocates from across Canada are hopeful that significant investments will be made in rent … More